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If you are working as a navigator and haven’t begun to capture data that accurately depicts what you do, how you do it, and why it is important, then you are placing yourself at risk for a lot of questions when it is time for your performance review (or for when next year’s fiscal budget is being determined).
Studies have shown that nonclinically licensed oncology patient navigators play a huge role in eliminating health disparities.
Professional development should be a major focus for patient navigators. Setting learning and improvement goals and participating in skill development and networking activities can address one’s gaps in knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities.
The need for research regarding long term cancer survivorship: For decades pediatric oncology professionals have followed their patients long term.
A special one-day track for nonclinically licensed oncology patient navigators is being offered at the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) Sixth Annual Navigation and Survivorship Conference in Atlanta on October 1-4, 2015.
In the last e-newsletter, you met Mandi Pratt-Chapman who oversees a nationally recognized training center leading the development of navigation and survivorship programs at the George Washington University Cancer Institute.
Case managers vs nurse navigators:  more and more insurance companies are hiring nurses as case managers. some actually refer to them as nurse navigators however. There tasks and functions are not quite the same as a nurse navigator who is involved with the actual care delivery process of a cancer patient.
This is a continuation of the last article that featured leadership council members as a membership benefit. Meet more leadership council members for you to share best practices, use as clinical resources and improve care for your patients.
Patient navigators support the smooth transition of patients across the cancer care continuum. By educating, assessing and working with patients, navigators can identify potential barriers at each stage of cancer care, including screening, diagnosis, active treatment, survivorship and/or end-of-life care.
As the organization has grown, so too have our members' needs. Educational webinars have been held, the bimonthly e-newsletter Navigation and Survivorship News has been launched, and both regional and national meetings have been organized.
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