Role of the Navigator

Ryan Soisson, MA Phil, MA HR, offers advice to oncology navigators who have colleagues that have difficulty understanding their role.
When difficult conversations arise in the workplace, oncology colleagues may experience different reactions.
Oncology navigators can serve as the point person to unite their cancer care teams and provide better patient care.
Ryan Soisson, MA Phil, MA HR, shares how oncology navigators can use their empathy to address conflict among oncology colleagues.
Oncology navigators may face barriers when engaging in difficult conversations about workplace conflict among their colleagues.
Addressing workplace conflict allows oncology navigators and multidisciplinary care teams to provide better care for their patients.
Cancer care teams may have trouble integrating their individual roles into a team approach. Ryan Soisson, MA Phil, MA HR, addresses these common barriers.
To provide quality care, a good team dynamic is essential among the multidisciplinary cancer care team.
Oncology navigators need to set boundaries with their patients and their colleagues to ensure their mental health is a priority.
Working in oncology can take a toll on one's mental health; oncology navigators should take measures to avoid burnout and preserve their mental health.
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