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.
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....» Read More
Health literacy is the degree to which individuals can access, comprehend, and use information to make health care decisions. To view the full article please visit...» Read More
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.
Recent advances in cancer treatment have resulted in greatly improved survival, and yet many patients in the USA havenot benefited due to poor access to healthcare and difficulty accessing timely care across the cancer care continuum. Recognizing...» Read More
The field of cancer rehabilitation and prehabilitation has grown significantly over the past decade. Advancements in early detection and treatment have resulted in a growing number of cancer survivors in the United States (US), expected to reach...» Read More
In order to celebrate the accomplishments of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP), the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partners (CCCNP) developed this Special Issue on...» Read More
Cancer causes significant death and disability globally. However, costs of more personalized cancer care continue to climb, while access to basic cancer screening and treatment is not available to much of the world.
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