Has your navigation program been using the Patient Navigation Barriers and Outcomes ToolTM (PN-BOTTM) for your data management and reporting needs?
Have you been trying out the PN-BOTTM to see if it meets your program's needs?
Have questions or issues come up while using PN-BOTTM?
Have your questions addressed by the PN-BOTTM development team at the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center. We'll deepen your understanding of how PN-BOTTM works, show you how to avoid pitfalls and help take your PN-BOTTM use to the next level.
Note: This webinar will NOT cover the basics of how to use PN-BOTTM. You will get the most out of this webinar if you already have some familiarity and experience with the tool. Please visit the PN-BOTTM web page to download the tool or view introductory tutorial videos about the tool.
- Understand PN-BOTTM's basic data structure and logic
- Identify PN-BOTTM best practices to maintain data integrity and avoid data loss
- Identify ways to tailor PN-BOTTM to meet setting-specific data and reporting needs
- Learn how to complete advanced tasks in PN-BOTTM (e.g. troubleshooting, using Pivot tables, etc.)
Serena Phillips is a project manager at the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center and lead developer on the Patient Navigation Barriers and Outcomes ToolTM (PN-BOTTM) project team. Prior to joining the GW Cancer Center, she worked for the Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where she coordinated a hospital-based food pantry program and navigated cancer patients at safety net hospitals throughout New York City. She received her MPH from Columbia University in 2012 and is currently a DrPH candidate at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at GW, studying Health Behavior.