2020 NNRT Annual Meeting

Due to COVID-19 guidance, the 2020 Annual Meeting will be held virtually this year through a free interactive virtual meeting series.

If you missed part 1 of the annual meeting, you can hear the replay and view the slides at the link below.

https://navigationroundtable.org/2020-annual-meeting/

Collective Action to Advance Patient Navigation

The National Navigation Roundtable is a collaboration of navigation stakeholders and field experts, dedicated to establishing patient navigation as a recognized and valued part of the healthcare system to assure optimal health outcomes for cancer patients.

Invite to navigators and community health workers providing navigation to lung, colorectal and breast cancer patients, survivors and caregivers!

We need to hear from you about how to improve communication between patients and their support networks, how to better link to the care team and resources, and what role technology plays in these efforts.

Please share your experience by participating in one-hour interview or focus group in the fall of 2020. To join in the discussion, please take a moment to fill out the survey to share your contact information and availability.

As a thank you for participating in the interview/focus group, after the event we will send along an Amazon $25 gift card for your time.

Information from these interviews and focus groups will be used to improve technology to better serve patients and caregivers after a cancer diagnosis.
Project Name and Funding: “Educational, communication, and care coordination benefits of information technology systems SBIR NCI Funded Lead Agency San Diego University.

Remember to update your NNRT Membership Application

If you are a current member of the NNRT, please take a moment to complete the membership application so we can have an accurate record for our files.
 
If you are not a member of the NNRT, but would like to become one, please complete the membership form so we may gather information in order to process your application. All applications are reviewed by the Roundtable Steering Committee for approval.
 
The National Navigation Roundtable members are expected to attend at least one meeting per year in order to maintain membership. There are no dues or fees. Members are encouraged to actively participate on one of the task groups.

Summary of Our Work

Through coordinated leadership in policy, standards, research and training, National Navigation Roundtable members work on collaborative projects and initiatives that can reach beyond the scope of their individual organizations for greater impact.

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NNRT Task Groups