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|American Cancer Society Prostate Cancer Survivorship Care Guidelines||
From the article: "Survivorship guidelines are advice from the American Cancer Society to help doctors, nurses, and other professionals take care of cancer survivors who have finished their cancer treatments. The survivorship guidelines presented here address issues that can occur in men after the treatment of prostate cancer."
|Survivorship Resources: Improving the Quality of Life for Iowa Cancer Survivors||
This webinar recording addresses resources available through the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center (The Survivorship Center), and describes ways to partner with The Survivorship Center.
|Understanding Cancer: Treatment and Survivorship||
The objectives of this archived webinar from NCI are:
1. Describe factors that influence the selection and initiation of cancer treatment
|2014 National Community Health Worker Advocacy Survey Reports||
The 2014 National Community Health Worker Advocacy Survey (NCHWAS) is the largest on-line survey of Community Health Workers (CHW) conducted to date. NCHWAS represents the voices of approximately 1,767 CHWs from 45 United States and 4 US territories. Data gathered through NCHWAS is intended to be ‘open source’ and used for CHW workforce development and sustainability. The NCHWAS aims to describe (1) the state of CHWs as a professional field and (2) the impact of CHW community advocacy on community engagement to address health disparities. Although Community Health Workers or CHWs go by a variety of titles including, Promotora de Salud, Community Health Representatives, Community Health Aides, Peer Educators, and Patient Navigators to name just a few, we use the term Community Health Worker or CHWs as the umbrella term to describe the workforce.
|2017 State of Tobacco Control Report||
The 15th annual American Lung Association "State of Tobacco Control" report evaluates states and the federal government on the proven-effective tobacco control laws and policies necessary to save lives. This includes tobacco prevention and cessation funding, programs and insurance coverage; smokefree workplace laws; increased tobacco taxes; aggressive implementation of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act; and new for our 2017 report: raising the minimum age of sale for tobacco products to 21. The report assigns grades based on laws and regulations designed to prevent and reduce tobacco use in effect as of January 2017. The federal government, all 50 state governments and the District of Columbia are graded to determine if their laws and policies are adequately protecting citizens from the enormous toll tobacco use takes on lives, health and the economy.
|2018 Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide||
The 2018 Patient Assistance & Reimbursement Guide has the most up-to-date information on cancer drug assistance and reimbursement programs to help your patients alleviate the financial burden of their treatment.
|A Collection of Resources for Patient Navigators Assisting Cancer Survivors After Treatment||
|A Patient Navigation Manual for Latino Audiences||
A Patient Navigation Manual for Latino Audiences: The Redes En Acción Experience outlines the necessary steps and provides tools to incorporate patient navigation for Hispanics/Latinos at an organization. Many of the patient navigator templates and examples provided throughout this manual stem from the Redes En Acción: National Patient Navigator Intervention Study, which tested patient navigation’s ability to decrease Latinas’ lag times from abnormal screening to confirmatory diagnosis and treatment initiation.
|ACCC Financial Advocacy Network Boot Camp||
Whether you are an experienced financial advocate or new to the field, the ACCC Financial Advocacy Boot Camp prepares you to help your patients and your program address the growing issue of financial toxicity.
The Financial Advocacy Boot Camp is a dynamic online curriculum for you to help cancer patients navigate the complex and fragmented healthcare system to pay for their treatment. Work at your own pace to acquire the key knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the increasingly essential field of oncology financial advocacy. With ongoing changes in healthcare coverage and reimbursement, education and resources to keep up are critical.
|Addressing Barriers to Care: Process and Summative Evaluation of the Competency-Based Oncology Patient Navigator Training||
Presented at the 2017 CDC Cancer Conference on August 14, 2017. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the no-cost, self-paced, online Oncology Patient Navigator Training: The Fundamentals, designed to train patient navigators on addressing barriers to care. The George Washington University Cancer Center analyzed pre- and post- assessment data from 384 learners who completed the training from 2015 to 2016. Most questions were asked on a 5-point Likert scale (Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree). STATA®/IC 14.2 was used to assess changes in confidence across learning objectives (paired t-test) and compare differences in means between patient navigators and licensed health professionals (independent samples t-test).