Effective Navigation and Survivorship Care

15.00
Webinar
Elective
Tue Dec 1 | 11:59 pm
About this Webinar Course

This webinar course has been previously recorded.

Cancer survivorship is an important topic for nurses and members of the care team who care for patients with cancer. Survivor rates continue to improve, most notably for breast cancer. This webinar course discusses why survivorship is an essential element of the overall plan of care, the importance of focusing on the patient’s quality of life, both during and after treatment, and recognizing the challenges many patients encounter when they finish treatment and consequently lose access to key services and ways to address them. Through evidence-based information, professional and personal experiences of the presenter, and case study discussions, learners will appreciate the value of this topic and gain an appreciation for a patient’s life plan when faced with a cancer diagnosis.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Understand the importance of survivorship care and timing with diagnosis.
  • Describe the changes in cancer care over the past decade.
  • Explain the value of survivorship care and the impact on quality of life for the patient.
  • Identify barriers to transitioning a cancer survivor back to their community providers.

About the Presenter:
Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, HON-ONN-CG

Lillie D. Shockney, RN,  BS, MAS, HON-ONN-GC, clinically specializes in breast cancer care and is well-known, especially in navigation, survivorship, patient-centered care, preservation of quality of life, and end-of-life planning and care, to improve the cancer patient’s experience and clinical outcomes. Her national and international public speaking, authorship of 20 books and 350 articles on a variety of cancer topics, and notable roles she has held over the last 40+ years is long and distinguished including, to name a few, Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Co-Developer and medical advisory of Work Stride: Johns Hopkins Managing Cancer at Work Program, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Oncology Navigation and Survivorship. A two-time breast cancer survivor, originally diagnosed in her 30s, Ms. Shockney has worked tirelessly to improve the care of breast cancer patients around the world, working at Johns Hopkins since 1983. She consulted for many nationally known news shows and currently serves on 28 medical advisory boards. Ms. Shockney has received over 60 national and state awards including being inducted into the Maryland Women Hall of Fame, Women in Business Healthcare Trailblazer Award, Johnson & Johnson’s Most Amazing Nurse in America Award, National Komen for the Cure’s Professor of Survivorship award, and several national life time achievement awards. Her research area of focus is preservation of quality of life for patients with metastatic breast cancer. Currently, a documentary is being made about her life and her life’s work. She tells people she never forgets where she came from—she will always be “a farmer’s daughter.”

Content Reviewer:
Michelle Doran, MS, RN

Michelle Doran, MS, RN, is a Professional Development Manager at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, and the Lead Nurse Planner and Director of Nursing for Elite Healthcare. Ms. Doran’s clinical and leadership experience spans primary, acute and rehabilitation care, school nursing, and the health plan industry. Her career has been heavily rooted in community health and working with vulnerable populations in urban and rural communities. Ms. Doran received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing where she was in the AmeriCorps program, and her Master’s in Nursing Leadership from Regis College. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at The George Washington University School of Nursing.
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Effective Navigation and Survivorship Care

15.00
About this Webinar Course

This webinar course has been previously recorded.

Cancer survivorship is an important topic for nurses and members of the care team who care for patients with cancer. Survivor rates continue to improve, most notably for breast cancer. This webinar course discusses why survivorship is an essential element of the overall plan of care, the importance of focusing on the patient’s quality of life, both during and after treatment, and recognizing the challenges many patients encounter when they finish treatment and consequently lose access to key services and ways to address them. Through evidence-based information, professional and personal experiences of the presenter, and case study discussions, learners will appreciate the value of this topic and gain an appreciation for a patient’s life plan when faced with a cancer diagnosis.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Understand the importance of survivorship care and timing with diagnosis.
  • Describe the changes in cancer care over the past decade.
  • Explain the value of survivorship care and the impact on quality of life for the patient.
  • Identify barriers to transitioning a cancer survivor back to their community providers.

About the Presenter:
Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, HON-ONN-CG

Lillie D. Shockney, RN,  BS, MAS, HON-ONN-GC, clinically specializes in breast cancer care and is well-known, especially in navigation, survivorship, patient-centered care, preservation of quality of life, and end-of-life planning and care, to improve the cancer patient’s experience and clinical outcomes. Her national and international public speaking, authorship of 20 books and 350 articles on a variety of cancer topics, and notable roles she has held over the last 40+ years is long and distinguished including, to name a few, Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Co-Developer and medical advisory of Work Stride: Johns Hopkins Managing Cancer at Work Program, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Oncology Navigation and Survivorship. A two-time breast cancer survivor, originally diagnosed in her 30s, Ms. Shockney has worked tirelessly to improve the care of breast cancer patients around the world, working at Johns Hopkins since 1983. She consulted for many nationally known news shows and currently serves on 28 medical advisory boards. Ms. Shockney has received over 60 national and state awards including being inducted into the Maryland Women Hall of Fame, Women in Business Healthcare Trailblazer Award, Johnson & Johnson’s Most Amazing Nurse in America Award, National Komen for the Cure’s Professor of Survivorship award, and several national life time achievement awards. Her research area of focus is preservation of quality of life for patients with metastatic breast cancer. Currently, a documentary is being made about her life and her life’s work. She tells people she never forgets where she came from—she will always be “a farmer’s daughter.”

Content Reviewer:
Michelle Doran, MS, RN

Michelle Doran, MS, RN, is a Professional Development Manager at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, and the Lead Nurse Planner and Director of Nursing for Elite Healthcare. Ms. Doran’s clinical and leadership experience spans primary, acute and rehabilitation care, school nursing, and the health plan industry. Her career has been heavily rooted in community health and working with vulnerable populations in urban and rural communities. Ms. Doran received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing where she was in the AmeriCorps program, and her Master’s in Nursing Leadership from Regis College. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at The George Washington University School of Nursing.