Search Results

You are looking at 231 - 240 of 1,090 items for :

  • "community" x
  • Refine by Access: Content accessible to Me x
Clear All
Full access

Screening for Lung Cancer: An Expert Review

Presented by: Ella A. Kazerooni, Jacob Sands, and Douglas E. Wood

.” Lung Cancer Screening: Benefits and Challenges According to Dr. Kazerooni, addressing the challenges of identifying eligible patients, optimizing electronic health records (EHRs), and engaging with communities are crucial for the success of lung

Full access

NCCN News

by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)—of which NCCN is a member. The theme “I Am and I Will” encapsulated the extraordinary spirit and strength of the cancer community. For 2021, NCCN employees took part in a 21-day challenge to get

Full access

Advocating for Older Adults With Cancer: Merging Medicine and Law

Arti Hurria and Laura A. Levit

incidence, driven largely by an aging population. If asked a few years ago what is the best way to improve evidence on older adults, we would have said, work with the medical community. This community understands the issues at hand, is immersed in the care

Full access

Enhancing Value for Patients With Cancer: Time to Treatment as a Surrogate for Integrated Cancer Care

Brian J. Bolwell and Alok A. Khorana

anxiety. Many of these outcomes are time-dependent variables that are easily measured. Yet we in the oncology community rarely measure them. An initial diagnosis of cancer is fraught with fear, trepidation, and anxiety. During this initial phase

Full access

NCCN News

than 2400 employees. In 2012, Mr. Weyhmuller played an essential role in the successful integration of Fox Chase Cancer Center with Jeanes Hospital, an acute care community hospital and part of the Temple University Health System. Since the

Full access

NCCN News

Session, March 31–April 1, 2016, at The Diplomat, in Hollywood, Florida. NCCN welcomes original abstracts from investigators in the general oncology community; submissions will be accepted from NCCN Member Institutions, academic institutions, teaching

Full access

NCCN News

Poster Session, March 12-13, 2015, at The Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida. NCCN welcomes original abstracts from investigators in the general oncology community, and submissions will be accepted from NCCN Member Institutions, academic institutions

Full access

Cancer Survivorship: We’ve Only Just Begun

Mary S. McCabe

, these programs have increasingly become established by community hospitals and private practices as well. This is an important evolution because these centers and practices are where most patients receive care. Over the past decade, models of care have

Full access

Physician Burnout

Paul F. Engstrom

will not benefit and who will succumb to the disease. Medical oncology can be seen as “a jealous mistress.” Our training reinforces innate workaholic tendencies, creating tension between work and a larger life with family and community. Physicians

Full access

Counterpoint: Wealth, Health Expenditure, and Cancer—Translating Research Into Efficient Policies

Jad Chahoud, Adele Semaan, and Alyssa Rieber

other community-based and low-cost preventive measures is critical, especially in prevalent cancers such as breast and colorectal cancers. As noted in the conclusion of our paper, “Future research is needed to monitor the evolution of the highlighted