Native Patient Navigation Training Course
Date(s) - 08/15/2016 - 08/17/2016
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Native American Cancer Research (NACR) proudly announces a training course on Native Patient Navigation that includes American Indian Cultural Competency training, along with other sessions that address competency standards for patient navigators.
Date/Time: Aug. 15 & 16, 8 am-4 pm, Aug 17, 8 am-1 pm
Location: 3605 S. Hampden Ave. (Wadsworth & Hampden), Denver, CO
The attached overview of the 2.5-day training outlines the course content as well as the location, schedule, and expectations for participants. To register, complete the form and email to LindaB@NatAmCancer.net. Register early to hold your slot. Payment is due with the registration by Aug 1, 2016.
Native American Cancer Research is a leader in the field of American Indian cultural patient navigation, focusing on cancer patient navigation. The course has been designed to provide the new patient navigator basic skills necessary to begin providing patient navigation to patients while under the supervision of or in partnership with a clinical partner. The course will also provide current nurses, CN, lay individuals, and family members a guideline for establishing a patient navigation program or for providing patient navigation for a family member.
Go to the Native American Cancer Research website to learn more about NACR and the training and outreach work that has been done over the last twenty years. Course perfect for Community Health Representatives, Nurses, Community Health Aides, and other interested in learning more about Native Patient Navigation.