Cancer Classroom Series
The Cancer Classroom Series are webinars that provide the educational content, tools, and resources necessary for health professionals, especially those working in public health, to address cancer as a public health problem.
Format: Webinar Presentations; Closed Captioned
Audience: Those new to the field of oncology, especially public health professionals, community health educators, and patient navigators.
Culture and Literacy: Bridging Communications Gaps
Culture and its relation to cancer is an important but poorly understood concept. Culture influences patients’ and communities’ perceptions of cancer risk, their trust in oncology professionals, and their approach to cancer treatment including clinical research. This webinar, the second in our 2012 series, will focus on culture and how its incorporation into clinical practice may help reduce cancer health disparities across the cancer care continuum.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 2:00 PM ET (Registration is Closed; Archive Coming Soon!)
Presenter: Cathy D. Meade, PhD, RN, FAAN
Social Determinants of Health: Implications for Cancer Control
The social determinants of health are the complex, integrated, and overlapping social structures and economic systems that are responsible for most health inequalities. These social structures and economic systems include the social and physical environment, health services, and structural and societal factors. This webinar will provide an overview of the social determinants of health in the United States, their influence on cancer, and implications for cancer control.
These two sessions include an overview of cancer, etiology, screening, and treatment and highlights; issues related to survivorship. The archived sessions below have been closed captioned.
These two sessions will focus on the clinical trials process, patient protections,
barriers to participation, strategies to overcome barriers; NCI resources to assist identifying and teaching others about clinical trials. The archived sessions below have been closed captioned.