Key Elements of a Sustainable Navigation Program

Video Library published on December 4, 2023 in Navigation
Linda Fleisher, PhD, MPH
Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators, Cranbury, NJ
Andrea (Andi) Dwyer, BS
Program Director, Instructor, The Colorado School of Public Health and University of Colorado Cancer Center;
Advisor, Fight Colorectal Cancer, Research and Patient Education

Building a sustainable navigation program relies upon several key elements: financial support, leadership, metrics, and more. Linda Fleisher, PhD, MPH, and Andrea Dwyer, BS, discuss these elements as well as the importance of assessing your program. They also highlight some of the resources available to evaluate your programs, such as the Oncology Navigation Standards of Professional Practice and the Navigation Metrics.

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