January 2023 Vol 14, No 1
January 2023 Vol 14, No 1 | January 2, 2023
How Will You Get Involved in Your Academy in 2023?
Implementing Lay Navigation to Increase Breast Cancer Screening in an Underserved Population After COVID-19
January 2023 Vol 14, No 1 | January 3, 2023
Although cancer diagnoses and deaths have been declining in the United States, COVID-19 has impacted cancer screening rates, and the concern is this will lead to increases in late-stage diagnoses and increases in cancer mortality.
Navigation programs continue to flourish in the oncology setting and expand into the chronic disease space. As navigation continues to grow and evolve, the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) is committed to providing professional development opportunities.
The January 2023 CATCH Is Awarded to Kammi Fox-Kay, MSN, RN, AOCNS, ONN-CG(T), of the University of Chicago Medicine
It was September 2019. My colleagues and I had been immersed in articles and presentations regarding the “financial toxicity” that was affecting a large cohort of our cancer patients.
January 2023 Vol 14, No 1 | January 5, 2023
American Indians (AIs) and Alaska Natives (ANs) are the only racial groups with documented, statistically significant geographic differences in cancer incidence, mortality, and survival compared with all other racial groups in the United States, according to Linda Burhansstipanov, MSPH, DrPH, member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and president of Native American Cancer Initiatives, Inc.
January 2023 Vol 14, No 1 | January 6, 2023
Navigation researchers are recognized at the AONN+ Annual Conference for outstanding contributions to the field and to the navigation literature. It is our pleasure to present the 2022 Exceptional Research in Navigation Award winners!
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