Together, Equitable, Accessible, Meaningful (TEAM) Training Application Now Open
The GW Cancer Center is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the second cohort of the Together, Equitable, Accessible, Meaningful (TEAM) Training. The TEAM Training aims to support equitable, accessible and patient-centered cancer care. This no-cost training is for organizations that provide cancer care services or address cancer disparities. Applications are due via email by Wednesday, January 9th, 2019. Learn more and apply today!
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New Survivorship Resource
The Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership recently released a new resource compendium on healthy behaviors for cancer survivors, including nutrition, physical activity, tobacco cessation and much more.
11/27 Webinar: Religious Diversity in Health Care: Improving Safety and Quality of Care for Patients
Learn more and register
12/12 Webinar: Balancing Work & Cancer Webinar: Body Confidence, Self-Confidence in the Workplace Learn more and register
RESOURCES FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
Research-Tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) for Improving the Psychosocial Care and Mental Health of Cancer Survivors These
om the National Cancer Institute are designed to improve the psychosocial and mental health of cancer survivors.
Lung Cancer Screening: A Summary Guide for Primary Care CliniciansThis guidefrom the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality gives providers an overview of the recommended lung cancer screening test.
Working Together to Find the New Standard of Care This videofrom the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators
®talks about the benefits of working within an interdisciplinary team to advance cancer care and help patients.
Supportive and Palliative Care Clinical Trials This resource from the National Cancer Institute provides information on supportive and palliative care clinical trials being conducted in the United States that are now accepting participants, as well as links to clinical trial results about supportive care.