General Membership Criteria

Candidates must meet one or more of the following criteria listed below to be considered for membership:

  • Have a strong interest in reducing health disparities through patient navigation
  • Have outstanding expertise and reputation in navigation programs and research
  • Have special expertise in screening navigation, treatment navigation, survivorship navigation and/or end of life navigation
  • Have the ability to deliver navigation education
  • Have the ability to deliver navigation services

Apply for Membership

Apply to become a part of NNRT.

Categories of Membership

The NNRT consists of member organizations, invited individuals and corporations who reflect broad involvement in achieving access to quality equitable cancer care through various types of patient navigation. Applications for membership will be reviewed by the Roundtable Steering Committee for approval.

 

Member organizations shall designate a representative member and an alternate member. Each member organization shall have full membership rights including the right to attend NNRT meetings, to participate in discussion, to vote, to be a candidate for elective office, and to accept appointment to committees and task groups. Members with governmental affiliation (designated as non-advocacy members) will abstain from voting on policy issues.

Organizational/Institutional Membership

  • medical professional organizations
  • federal agencies
  • cancer centers
  • state health departments
  • hospitals
  • educational institutions
  • research institutions
  • advocacy organizations
  • voluntary organizations

 

Corporate Membership is open to companies and organizations that demonstrate a commitment to:

  • navigation education
  • navigation programs

Corporate associates shall have all of the participatory rights of organizational or institutional members with the exception of voting rights and or the right to serve as an elected officer of the NNRT. Corporate members are, however, encouraged to seek and accept appointments to task groups and vote on matters within that task group.

 

Individual Membership includes invited individuals with outstanding expertise in navigation, and a commitment to improved access to care for all individuals. Individual members shall have all of the participatory benefits of organizational/institutional members. Individuals must be invited to apply.

 

Membership Overview

The National Navigation Roundtable (NNRT) is a national coalition of public, private and voluntary organizations, and invited individuals dedicated to advancing the field of patient navigation through:

  • coordinated leadership
  • strategic planning
  • advocacy

Membership Responsibilities

National Navigation Roundtable (NNRT) 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 our task groups.

Membership Criteria

The NNRT consists of member organizations and invited individuals who reflect broad involvement in achieving access to quality equitable cancer care through various types of patient navigation. Applications for membership will be reviewed by the Roundtable Steering Committee for approval.

Membership Application

The following form will be used to gather information in order to process your membership application. Be sure to complete the entire form.