Lung Cancer Screening: Patient Navigator Roadmap

The Lung Cancer Screening Patient Navigator Roadmap provides patient navigators with tools to improve lung cancer screening rates among their clients.

In the toolkit, you will find:

  • How to use navigators in lung cancer screening programs
  • Evidence-based strategies to address screening barriers and disparities
  • Lung cancer screening program set-up to tools
  • Tips on integrating smoking cessation into screening programs

Ultimately, this toolkit is designed to improve lung cancer screening rates and adherence, maximize screening benefit, and reduce lung cancer deaths.

The Toolkit is divided into distinct chapters. These chapters are based on the specific aspects of patient navigation in lung cancer screening uptake, implementation, and processes. The use of the toolkit will depend on the needs and phase of your individual program, you may not need to use every tool, or even read every chapter.

Click on the icons below to view individual chapters or enter your name and email to download the entire toolkit. Browse more tools below.

 

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This work was funded by the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (Disparities Grant 07/01/19 – 12/31/21; PI: Risendal, University of Colorado Cancer Center)

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