Survivorship care plans (SCPs)—documents intended to improve care for cancer survivors who have completed active treatment—are required, yet implementation is poor.
Patient navigation has expanded as a promising approach to improve cancer care coordination and patient adherence.
Purpose Patient navigation has emerged as a promising strategy in reducing disparities among diverse cancer patients. However, little is known about navigators’ own perspectives on their roles in providing culturally competent care.
Patient navigators play a critical role in working across interdisciplinary cancer teams and guiding patient care throughout the cancer continuum.
There is a growing number of post-treatment cancer survivors in the USA. Cancer survivors can have a variety of care needs and health care professionals must be prepared to meet these needs.
Brittany Wilbourn presented on a Molecular Epidemiology panel at the 2018 DC CFAR Research Symposium highlighting the DC Cohort.
Publication of an original research article as a first author in the Journal of Ultrasound Medicine.
Romiya Barry, MS and Landria Sheffey, MPH partnered with Anab Mohamed, MS, Walden University on a pilot project to explore the alignment of international clinical research priorities to global health disparities.