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This LNN developed an idea that stuck and has become an AONN+ initiative.
Consider starting meditation as a way to keep yourself healthy.
As it is often underdiscussed prior to beginning hormonal treatment, it’s important for oncology navigators to counsel their patients on potential adverse side effects that can last for years to come.
Reach out to other LNN leaders when considering LNN programs for your network.
Here are some educational resources for patient navigators just getting into the field.
Lillie D. Shockney says it is important for patients with cancer to counsel their kids on their disease in a way that is easy to understand.
Through local navigator networks and other resources, you can learn how to reinforce the importance of your profession.
This free, on-demand training is a valuable resource to help those who are at any step along the way in creating or sustaining a navigation or survivorship program.
It’s important to be an advocate for patients with cancer as they go through the process of deciding about continuing or discontinuing treatment.
The East Tennessee Navigator Network has shared how this new chapter formed, and the consensus building to become the latest LNN.
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