AONN+ Conference Abstracts
Efficacy of an Electronic Survey to Establish Reconnection, Assessment of Clinical Compliance, and Provision of Resources for a Large Cohort of Hereditary Cancer Patients
Kathryn A. Pratt, BSN, RN, OCN, CBCN, Sayoni Lahiri, MS, CGC, Sara Pirzadeh-Miller, MS, CGC, Parker Read, MS, CGC
The UT Southwestern Cancer Genetics Program implemented a genetic patient navigator (GPN) to assess patients’ barriers to care, assist patients in identifying resources to increase compliance, promote healthy lifestyle education, and assist with coordination of cascade testing for at-risk relatives.
Lung cancer has the highest mortality rate of all tumor sites.
Carla Strom, MLA, Maria Alejandra Combs, JD, OPN-G, Emily Copus, MSW, Alexis Daniels, MS, Kelsey Shore, BA, CCRC, Karen Winkfield, MD, PhD
The use of acuity scales to assess cancer patient needs when undergoing treatment is gaining recognition as a way to optimize caseloads for patient navigators (PNs).
How Coordination of Care Along the Diagnostic Continuum Improves Timeliness to Care for Lung Cancer Patients
The process of screening and/or detection to the actual diagnosis of lung cancer involves multiple specialties and diagnostic testing, which can be quite daunting for an individual and his/her family.
Impact of a National Clinical Trial Nurse Navigation Service on Trial Enrollment for Patients with a Hematologic Malignancy
Ashley Giacobbi, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, AOCNS, Alissa Gentile, MSN, RN, Leah Szumita, MS, RN, CCRN, ACNS-BC
Low enrollment rates for cancer clinical trials have been an ongoing barrier to scientific advances in oncology care.
Leveraging Mobile Phone Navigation for Cancer Care Continuity and Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic at Kenyatta National Hospital
Catherine Nyongesa, MbChB, FC RAD ONCO, MMED RAD ONC, Anastacia Bosire, MScN Onco, Grace Omulogoli, BSc, HSM, Ronniey Obulemire, MPH, Hayley Freedman, MPH, Erica Krisel, MPH
Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) is the main public hospital in Kenya delivering comprehensive cancer care and receives patients from throughout the country.
E. L. Saavedra Ferrer, W. L. Hine, S. L. Arellano, P. Ortega de Corona, M. C. Cardenas, B. Vicuna Tellez
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among New Mexico Hispanic women, and Hispanic women are less likely to be diagnosed with early-stage cancer compared with Anglo women.
Patients’ Perception of the Quality of Patient Navigator Services at Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
O. Odumosu, A. O. Alabi , A. O. Lawal , E. Mbanugo, N. Irurhe, C. K. Yakubu, C. Nwigwe, A. C. Sowunmi , M. Y. M. Habeebu , A. O. Fatiregun
Lack of access to care, funding limitations, and cultural and social barriers are challenges that have led to adverse cancer outcomes among breast cancer patients in Nigeria.
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