Preconference Programming


About Preconference Sessions

Join us in Denver a day early to get a jump start on your learning! You can earn four additional CNE contact hours by attending preconference sessions. Add preconference sessions to your full Congress registration or choose to attend preconference sessions only.

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Preconference Pricing

 

Registration Type Price (Per Session)
Member $99
Nonmember $189

Session Information

 

Wednesday, May 3

13 PM 

 

Clinical Programming Built to Survive

How can we implement sustainable survivorship programs that fit our work culture and provide buy-in from colleagues and peers? What are the forces pushing us and how do we meet CMS expectations? Leaders who have started successful programs will walk you through their progress, including set-backs and novel approaches.

Breaking Down Evidence-Based Practice

In the ever-changing healthcare environment, implementing current research, guidelines, and recommendations is not an easy job. Break down the steps of how to develop and implement evidence-based practice through the process of literature review through implementation and evaluation.


 

3:305:30 PM 

 

It Is a Big Deal: Obesity and Cancer

With links to the development of cancer, as well as recurrence and poorer survival, obesity has become a significant issue in patient care. Discover the role that obesity plays in cancer, how this issue can be managed including therapeutic dosing of chemotherapy and management of toxicities, as well as clinical pearls for weight loss, exercise, and lifestyle change. Learn strategies for managing the difficult conversations inherent in dealing with a stigmatizing topic.

Oncodermatology Nursing: Crash Course

What is oncodermatology? The emerging field of dermatologic care in the oncology setting. This interactive session will cover anti-cancer related dermatologic skin adverse events, emergency conditions, dermatologic diseases in cancer patients, infectious etiologies, skin metastasis and wound care. Discuss identification methods, skin assessment descriptions, when to refer and nursing supportive cancer care.

 


*Schedule is tentative and subject to change.