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As a patient navigator, you are a critical member of the cancer care team by helping patients access treatment and supportive services.
What do navigators do? If you are not careful, they will be stuck doing what others don't feel like doing, or what ends up being a new task that needs to be done and is shoved over on YOU. How do you prevent this from happening?
AONN recently became AONN+ to expand the reach of its professional network to include all patient navigators. If you are a non-clinically licensed navigator, the plus is for you!
>A common theme heard at this year's conference was - I have just been asked to be a navigator - where do I start? Membership statistics show that the majority of navigators are new in their role and many do not have oncology experience.
Treatment for treatment's sake is not quality of care.
Navigators often feel overwhelmed to meet “all” the patient needs. One area of stress is financial planning with patients and their families.
When Winship Cancer Institute in downtown Atlanta considered creating an onsite workout facility for patients, it realized many of these patients wouldn’t be willing to drive into the city to exercise.
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