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Navigating Patients with Advanced Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Available for Credit: June 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022
The educational webinar will serve as an essential tool for oncology nurse navigators, patient navigators and other oncology healthcare team members involved in the management of patients with metastatic advanced prostate cancer.

Digital Health Information: Media Coverage and Impact on Patients
Available for Credit: May 16, 2021 - June 16, 2022

In collaboration with Living Beyond Breast Cancer, join us June 16, 2021, for this upcoming webinar on Digital health information: Media coverage and impact on patients.

In this increasingly digital age, the ability for people to distinguish credible health information from misinformation is more important than ever. Healthcare professionals benefit from understanding the challenges their patients face in finding, assessing and using online health information and learning about tools and resources to improve their patients’ health literacy and empower them to make informed medical decisions.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant changes to the delivery of healthcare while increasing care needs in certain areas. In this article, the authors present the journey their comprehensive cancer center underwent to implement telemedicine service for a short period during the COVID-19 pandemic, lessons learned from the process, and future directions for telemedicine use in cancer care.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant changes to the delivery of healthcare while increasing care needs in certain areas. In this article, the authors present the journey their comprehensive cancer center underwent to implement telemedicine service for a short period during the COVID-19 pandemic, lessons learned from the process, and future directions for telemedicine use in cancer care.

Networks Leadership Interviews: A Deeper Look into Development
Available for Credit: February 25, 2021 - March 31, 2022
To further explore more detailed information about local network development (LNN) , five LNN leaders were invited to participate in phone interviews. Hands on knowledge from active leaders can help others seeking to build or sustain effective networks as they have a look into LNN successes and challenges, developmental resources, program strategy and evaluation. The voice of experienced LNN leaders can point out unique findings to enrich navigation programs.

Collaboration on Building and Sustaining Local Navigator Networks
Available for Credit: February 25, 2021 - March 31, 2022
The Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) has encouraged local navigation network (LNN) formation in communities since 2015 with basic foundational structure to allow individuality of local groups. A survey was sent to LNN leaders to capture the groups composition, meeting structure, as well as successes and best practices in implementing, developing, and sustaining networking at the local level. The survey provided rich insight into what is going well for LNNs as well as ideas for improvement that existing or future groups can use to successful cultivate LNNs.

The 2020 AONN+ Annual Conference was held on Nov 4-8, 2020, virtually online. The contents of the below noted sessions were summarized into this monograph. Within this monograph, the learner will have the opportunity to explore four themes important to the profession of oncology navigation including: Navigating the Waters of Telehealth: Impact on the Practice of Oncology Navigation, Navigating Mental Health and Cancer: What’s an Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigator to Do?, Prehab & Rehab for Oncology Patients, Value-Based Care and Alternative Payment Models: An Overview. To further extend the reach of the print monograph, it will be available online for one year at aonnonline.org

This article provides details on a cross-sectional study investigating the prevalence of survivorship care plan (SCP) receipt and exploring associations between SCPs and patient-reported psychosocial and health behavior outcomes in a sample of cancer survivors (N = 123) enriched with individuals with a family history of cancer. Study results suggest that SCPs are infrequently provided and not uniformly implemented, even among patients at higher risk based on a family history of cancer. Findings also provide initial support for the association between written care plans and psychological distress and coping self-efficacy, constructs which have implications for cancer survivors’ communication with providers, psychosocial adjustment, and seeking/understanding medical information. The online monograph will be available for 1 CE credit hour: www.aonnonline.org

AONN+ On-Demand 2020 11th Annual Navigation & Survivorship Conference
Available for Credit: December 21, 2020 - December 31, 2021
Gain access to the Archived AONN+ 11th Annual Conference On-Demand!

This course will highlight navigation models of delivery so that navigators can advocate for patients with cancer by utilizing evidenced based shared decision -making tools, best practices in coordinating care, and assessment strategies in addressing barriers to care. The monograph will be available for 1 CE credit hour: www.aonnonline.org

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