AONN+ 2020 Conference Highlights Special Feature
Attendees seeking to maximize the educational benefits of the conference took part in 4 preconference workshops, addressing topics including genetics and genomics, financial navigation amid the COVID-19 pandemic, professional development, and motivational interview skills for navigators.
Honoring the best in the navigation field, the AONN+ awards are presented each year in various professional categories, also recognizing a patient for outstanding contributions to the cancer community with the CONQUER: the patient voice Hero of Hope Award.
Allowing providers to connect with and care for their patients without in-person visits, telehealth has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. While advocates push for the expansion of telehealth and the opportunities it represents, providers and patients seek to overcome associated challenges.
The culmination of a mission to create standardized metrics by which navigation programs can demonstrate outcomes and value, the AONN+ Navigation Metrics Toolkit provides guidance for putting the metrics into practice.
In a timely keynote presentation that struck home for navigators, Bina Parekh, PhD, discussed the profound impact of vicarious trauma and how to develop the resilience to transform it into something positive.
When the Clock Is Ticking: The Importance of Fertility Preservation for Adolescent and Young Adult Patients with Cancer
Amid the anguish of a cancer diagnosis, childbearing may be far from a patient’s mind. However, fertility preservation is an important consideration, which providers must be prepared to discuss.
After experiencing multiple struggles during his own journey toward becoming a breast cancer survivor, Bret Miller, co-founder of the Male Breast Cancer Coalition, is sharing his experiences to raise awareness and ease the burden of other men with the disease.
Although rare, cancers of unknown primary origin present a quandary for clinicians. Fortunately, the pathology team is equipped with an array of tools to help narrow down the malignancy site so that patients can receive the best possible treatment.
Underrepresented in cancer clinical trials, racial and ethnic minorities often miss out on the benefits of research participation. Educating potential participants on clinical trials can increase enrollment among populations that have been commonly overlooked.
Prioritizing quality over quantity of care, value-based care and the alternative payment models it incorporates are complicated concepts to master. A primer for navigators dispelled some of this complexity.
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