Survivorship Champions webinar about survivorship care implementation, “Survivorship at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center: Creating a Practical Workflow.” In this webinar, Dr. Stacy Wentworth and Jill Hyson, MSN, NP-C discuss survivorship care as a critical component of a patient’s cancer journey.The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) hosted a
The presenters review the NCCN guidelines and the different models of survivorship care, including medical monitoring versus survivorship care. They also provide an overview of the Survivorship Program at Atrium Wake Forest Baptist Health Comprehensive Cancer Center. Jill Hyson, NP presents a case study on the Lung Cancer Survivorship Pathways and discusses the patient and provider workflow, best practices for managing moderate and severe distress, and referrals and orders.
This webinar is designed for health care and oncology professionals seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in survivorship care. Watch below and learn practical strategies for providing quality survivorship care to your patients.
Watch the full video below or watch on YouTube.
Webinar Slides and Presentation Resources
- Webinar Slide Deck (PDF)
- Wake Forest Baptist CCC Survivorship Clinic Welcome Video – Video introduction for the clinic by Dr. Wentworth
- “Using Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System® (PROMIS) to Identify Physical and Psychosocial Quality of Life Issues in Lung Cancer Survivors” (PDF, shared with permission)
- PROMIS-29 Profile v2.0 (PDF, shared with permission)
- Survivorship Post-Visit Survey (Word Document)
- A video about using BPAs in EPIC:
This webinar is a part of NCCS’s Survivorship Champions program for clinicians and researchers who are interested in improving cancer survivorship care. Learn more at canceradvocacy.org/champions.
About the Speakers
Stacy Wentworth, MD, is Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and medical director of Cancer Survivorship at Atrium Wake Forest Baptist Health Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research has been selected for presentation at national conferences and she has numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals. She also is a regular contributor to Psychology Today where she addresses common concerns of cancer survivors.