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Discover the newly launched CancerChoices.org site, designed to help people with cancer and those who care for them make informed choices in integrative cancer care. The co-creators of the new site will join The New School at Commonweal to highlight the new features and answer your questions.
This webinar will be presented through Zoom 9–10:30 am PDT and will be recorded.
Explore the Your Choices section of the CancerChoices website and discover how it may inform and aid you in your cancer care.
This is the first in a series of learning circles hosted with our partner Healing Circles that will explore the CancerChoices website in a conversational, small-group format.
The circle will meet at 10am PDT on Zoom.
Two friends share learnings from over 300 week-long cancer retreats
Join Host Michael Lerner in conversation with Janie Brown, founder of Callanish Society—a grassroots non-profit organization in Vancouver, BC, for people living with, and dying from, cancer.
Janie Brown RN, MSN, MA, was raised in Scotland and educated with a masters in psychology at St. Andrews University, and then a masters in nursing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. She worked for many years as an oncology nurse and clinical nurse specialist at BC Cancer in Vancouver. In 1995, inspired by the Cancer Help Program at Commonweal, she founded the Callanish Society, a grassroots nonprofit organization for people living with, and dying from, cancer, based in Vancouver. She co-produced a documentary film: I’m Still Here: Young Adults Living Life with Recurrent Cancer. Janie’s book Radical Acts of Love: Twenty Conversations to Inspire Hope at the End of Life (Canongate, UK, 2020) describes her work of 30 years working with families living with cancer.
This webinar will run 10–11:30am PDT and will be recorded.
Events from our partners and other groups
Join experts as they discuss treatment of thyroid cancer. Attendees will learn about
- Overview of thyroid cancer, including patient-reported outcomes, prognosis, and initial treatment
- Decision to treat or observe advanced/high-risk thyroid cancers and an overview of treatment for these cancers
- Doctor-patient relationship, shared decision-making, and resources and advocacy
The webinar will be held at 12:00pm EDT.
Join Mindfulness Instructor Margaret Fletcher who will summarize key points from the Mindset module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. She will also review and answer questions from the audience. Please note that completion of the Mindset module is not required—however, it’s highly recommended—you’ll get a lot more out of the Q&A that way.
If you have a question for Margaret, feel free to submit it in advance by emailing email@example.com, or ask your question live during the Ask the Expert.
This webinar will be offered at 4:00pm PDT.
This virtual education summit will focus on the intersection of health equity and patient navigation. It will feature interactive panels, informative discussions and networking sessions that provide navigators with strategies to address barriers and other factors contributing to health inequities.
This event will be offered through Zoom, 10:00am-3:00pm CST.