Highlands Oncology CPAN Chapter Launch
Thursday, June 17 – 5:30-6:30pm
Highlands Oncology is teaming up with the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) to launch a local chapter. CPAN is a nationally recognized patient advocacy group providing the patient’s voice along with community oncologists, nurses, and healthcare administrators in the fight to preserve community cancer care and access to local care.
Educational topics will include: Insight into Highlands Oncology connection to COA, how national policy issues impact local patient care, how oncologists advocate for their patients, an overview of COA and CPAN advocacy initiatives, and opportunities for you to become a CPAN Cancer Care Advocate.
If you are a patient, cancer survivor, family member/caregiver, clinician, employee, or a member of the community, we welcome you to join us for an informative event.
Guest speakers include:
• Jeff Hunnicutt, Chief Executive Officer
• Dan Bradford, MD, Medical Oncologist
• Rose Gerber, Director of Patient Advocacy & Education Community Oncology Alliance, Washington, DC
• Rachel Parker, LPN, Assistant Director of Clinical Services CPAN Chapter Advocacy Co-Leader
• Tracy Thurow, RN, OCN, Director of Clinical Services CPAN Chapter Advocacy Co-Leader
HOW TO ATTEND
Highlands Oncology – 3901 Parkway Circle, Springdale, AR 72762
To participate virtually, send your email address to:
Tracey Banks – CPAN Executive Assistant: [email protected]
Prior to the event you will receive the email invitation and meeting link to join the event.