Partnerships in Health Care: Enhancing the Cancer Survivorship Experience

Approved by NASW, NH Chapter, for 5.75 Category 1 CE Credits, Approval #3309

Three plenary sessions:

Importance of Community Partnerships toward Advancing Cancer Care and Research
Implementing Survivorship Care Plans: What’s Happening in Practice?
Living Well After Cancer

Who should attend?

Individuals, organizational leaders, and decision makers who are interested in addressing policy and systems change to improve care planning for all cancer survivors in NH communities
Patients, providers, nurses, social workers, cancer registrars, health educators, and others involved in oncology care coordination

Click here to register. Register by Friday, February 24 to take advantage of the reduced Early Bird fee of $70.

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