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Maura Kadan explains that it is the job of the navigator to know about current drug approvals. Navigators really are looking for the best interest of the patient, not just hospital or academic center he/she works for.
Juli Aisters insists that oncology navigators need to know what is current in the media in relation to oncology products, to educate, and know what the research shows. The navigator needs to be able to field controversy in the media.
Mary Rooney insists that navigators need to be in the know about the latest products and newest indications due to the increasingly saavy patient. Navigators address how sometimes the media perceptions are not quite what the patient things, and the drug is not right for everyone.
Lillie Shockney considers how product development impacts the patient, and how navigators are involved in presenting this to the patient confidentially.
January 2, 2014 | Video Library
Clinical Pearls
Dr. Julie Silver discusses the importance of cancer rehabilitation services, which include physiatry, PT, OT, speech language pathology, and other evidence-based services.
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