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AONN+’s Local Navigation Networks (LNNs) tackled the industry’s hottest topics and trends. Sharon Gentry shares LNNs’ biggest takeaways and lessons learned as related to navigational challenges due to the lack of oncology coverage, the impact and appropriateness of genetic testing, and the difference between a mediocre and phenomenal career.
It turns out that the Oncology Navigation Standards of Professional Practice aren’t just for clinical and patient navigators. In her latest contribution to the AONN+ member blog, Sharon Gentry explains how people in nonclinical roles can benefit from these standards too.
Early detection is key in the fight against cancer. Now, a powerful tool could make early detection easier—all with a simple blood test. Sharon Gentry’s latest contribution to the AONN+ member blog shares how the Academy and navigators at-large are playing an important role in bringing this cutting-edge technology to providers and their patients.
AONN+ has been making a concerted effort to develop a local and regional network of navigators to facilitate communication and education among peers and to improve patient outcomes and survivorship.
The AONN+ Scholarship Program provides scholarships for navigators, social workers, physicians, and administrators to attend the AONN+ Annual Conference.
Oncology navigators are well aware of the effect that financial toxicity can have on cancer outcomes and the patient’s quality of life. Explore the financial knowledge and resources to share with your coworkers and patients.
AONN+ members are encouraged to explore the resources that the AONN+ leadership team shared at recent oncology conferences and events.
This webinar will help providers understand what patients struggle with the most in managing the impact of breast cancer on sexuality and how to approach communicating about this sensitive topic with the patients.
Explore this resource to find answers to various types of geriatric populations and see a visual of where we are headed in 2060.
Oncology navigators, like many other people, may be drawn to information that is novel and unusual. It is important that we know how to identify and share with patients only the reliable and trustworthy health information.
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