More people in the United States die from lung cancer than any other type of cancer. Lung Cancer Awareness Month in November is a annual opportunity to support survivors, caregivers and families of those who have been diagnosed with lung cancer. If you're looking to be a part of these important efforts and support Lung Cancer Awareness Month,
the GW Cancer Center offers several tools and resources to get you started.
Cancer Survivorship E-Learning Series for Primary Care Providers
This is a no-cost continuing education program to educate primary care providers about the needs of and how to care for survivors in the primary care setting. Download the
informational flyer or
access the course. Help us spread the word by sharing our companion
10/15-10/19 National Health Education Week -
10/23 Webinar: The Modern Hospital Operating Room: Overcoming Obstacles for Organizational Transformation
Learn more and register
Health Equity Resources These resources from the GW Cancer Center can help providers and organizations promote health equity and improve care for patients from all backgrounds, identities and national origins.
Follow-Up Medical Care for Cancer Survivors This web page from the National Cancer Institute provides information about
follow-up medical care for patients who have completed cancer treatment.
Patient Perspective: Why Navigators Are Important This videofrom the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators
®talks about why nurse navigators are a critical component of the treatment team.
Local Implementation and Capacity of Cancer Prevention and Control This report from the National Association of County and City Health Officials provides a national review of local health department activities.