Patient navigation (PN) is an increasingly recognized element of high-quality, patient-centered cancer care, yet PN in many cancer programs is absent or limited, often because of concerns of extra cost without tangible financial benefits.
Kellie Bodeker, MSHS, CCRC, ACRP-PM is proud to announce that she is the first cohort of the THS doctoral program. In addition, she is also the co-first author of a paper reporting the results of our first-in-human clinical trial in glioblastoma multiforme.
New publication by Phillips, S., Villalobos, A.V.K., Pratt-Chapman, M.L. (2019). Evaluating an Online Training Course to Develop and Sustain Cancer Navigation and Survivorship Programs. Oncology Nursing Forum.
A study led by student Mandi Pratt-Chapman introducing new LGBTQI health curricula to health care professional students at GW was accepted for publication in the Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Lauren Crowder was recently accepted into two AABB committees for the 2019-2020 year, beginning October 1, 2019.
TAPUR is a phase II basket study evaluating anti-tumor activity of commercially available targeted agents in pts with advanced cancers with genomic alterations.
Case reports and small prospective trials suggest that administering targeted therapies to patients with advanced cancer and an identified genomic target may be associated with clinical benefit.
Objectives: To evaluate the impact of the Executive Training on Navigation and Survivorship (Executive Training) online training course, designed by the George Washington University Cancer Center, on nurses and other healthcare professionals.