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The Tenth Annual Navigation & Survivorship Conference was held on November 6-10, 2019, at The Gaylord Opryland Convention Center which was a 4½ -day live conference plus enduring materials, for which content has been developed, assessed, and delivered to a large audience in order to extend the educational impact beyond the initial live program. The conference provided a forum for an open dialogue among the nurse navigators in attendance who are involved in providing navigation and survivorship care services for patients with cancer. In order to extend the reach of the live program to include oncology nurses and nurse/patient navigators who were not able to attend the live conference, a summary highlights monograph from the live program will be hosted for a period of one year on: https://www.aonnonline.org and will be certified for up to 1 contact hour.

Tell Your Story Through Numbers
Available for Credit: October 31, 2019 - November 15, 2021
This education initiative is designed to meet the needs of Navigation Program Leaders who use data to demonstrate the value of Oncology Nurse Navigation.

Engaging in Grassroots Advocacy
Available for Credit: September 30, 2019 - December 31, 2021
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.

Understand the Foundations of Acuity in Oncology Patients
Available for Credit: September 30, 2019 - December 31, 2021
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 Role of the Navigator in Fertility Preservation
Available for Credit: September 17, 2019 - October 16, 2021
Survival rates among young cancer patients have steadily increased over the past four decades in part because of the development of more effective cancer treatments. Today, both women and men can look forward to life after cancer, yet many may face the possibility of infertility as a result of the disease itself or these lifesaving treatments. This webinar will highlight emerging topics in oncofertility as well as introduce interventions strategies that all healthcare providers, especially nurse and patient navigators need in order to provide the best possible patient centered care.

How Patients Can Use Advocacy and Policy to Improve Cancer Care
Available for Credit: April 17, 2019 - September 15, 2021
In collaboration with the Midwest Cancer Alliance, we are pleased to invite you to a FREE webinar entitled “How Patients Can Use Advocacy and Policy to Improve Cancer Care,” to be held Wednesday, April 17, 2019, at 1 pm EDT. This webinar, worth 1 CEU for AONN+ members, will be presented by Peggy L. Johnson, Executive Director/COO, Wichita Medial Research & Education Foundation and Lisa Simms Booth, Senior Director of Patient and Public Engagement, Biden Cancer Initiative.

Efficacy of the Competency-Based Oncology Patient Navigator Training
Available for Credit: December 31, 2018 - August 14, 2021
This article analyzes data from 2015-2017 to evaluate the efficacy of Oncology Patient Navigator Training: The Fundamentals, an online program designed to train navigators in core competencies and build learner confidence.

Clinical trials have improved the treatment of cancer, and it has been shown that participants in clinical cancer trials have better outcomes than does the population at large. However, a number of barriers to participation in clinical studies exist, especially in minority populations.

Design and Development of a Prostate Cancer Survivor Self-Reported Registry
Available for Credit: December 1, 2018 - December 31, 2021
This article describes the creation of an online registry for African American prostate cancer survivors that was designed to capture data regarding their epidemiological, social, emotional, and clinical experiences.

Posttreatment Health and Wellness Priorities Among Cancer Survivors
Available for Credit: November 20, 2018 - November 14, 2021
This article provides education on identifying cancer survivors’ posttreatment health and wellness priorities and preferences and discussing patient support services.

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