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    Maryland Patient Navigation Network

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    The Marylan​d Patient Navigation Network (PNN) was formed in 2012 with a goal to bring together individuals from public and private organizations that work in navigating patients through cancer care, in order to provide opportunities for networking, sharing resources, and training.
    Members can be any individual working in the cancer field to navigate patients through the cancer continuum including prevention, early detection (screening), treatment, and survivorship.  To join the Network, please complete our Membership Form.
    The summary below provides more information about the PNN's activities:


    March 24, 2016 -  Insurance Appeal Rights and Mediation Program

    March 17, 2015 - Integrative Oncology Webinar

    Meetings and Training:

    2019 Annual Meeting and Training - June 19, 2019

    Lung Cancer Screening - Dr. Albert Porambo
    Obesity and Cancer - Dr. Kimberly Robien 

    2018 Annual Meeting and Training - June 14, 2018

    Resources from the Advancing Concepts in Survivorship Care Personalized Cancer Care: Changing Perspectives and Approaches - Lillie Shockney

    2017 Annual Meeting and Training - June 13, 2017

    Patient Care - Cancer and Sexual Health: How and When to Have the Discussion with Patient, and Spouse/Partner in an Appropriate Way - Julie Everett

    2016 Annual Meeting and Training - June 14, 2016
    Resources - Nueva Vida - Ms. Astrid Jimenez

    2015 Annual Meeting and Training - September 16, 2015
    2014 Annual Meeting and Training - June 6, 2014

    Selling the Value of Patient Navigation in Different Oncology Settings Breakout
    American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Standards, Guidelines for Patient Navigation Breakout
    Tools from Dr. Jennifer Klemp: