Does your navigation program measure the outcomes of your work?
Do you find it challenging to collect data on your navigation program?
Or has your program created successful practices to demonstrate the value of your navigation program?
The National Navigation Roundtable wants to hear from you!
We are gathering input from navigators of all types and all settings (community health workers, patient navigators, nurse and social work navigators) and program administrators to identify the challenges, successes, and barriers to the implementation of cancer patient navigation metrics. The National Navigation Roundtable is interested in hearing your feedback and will use this information to develop tools and resources for navigators and navigation programs in an effort to support programs.
This survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes of your time. Your feedback is extremely important, and your responses are completely anonymous.
The survey is an open link and open for 6 weeks, closing on June 7. Please forward to other individuals who are appropriate to complete, forward to other navigators in your organization, navigation supervisors, and cancer program administrators.
If you have any questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This survey is being administered by the Evidence Based Promising Practices Task Group of the National Navigation Roundtable (NNRT). The NNRT is a national coalition of over 50-member organization and invited individuals launched by the American Cancer Society in 2017, dedicated to achieving health equity and access to quality care across the cancer continuum through effective patient navigation.
For more information about the National Navigation Roundtable, please visit navigationroundtable.org.
Thank you for your input and contribution to this important survey!
Source: The National Navigation Roundtable