The UNC Cancer Network is always looking for Site Coordinators and Program Promoters.

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Site Coordinators

Site Coordinator

Site Coordinators make it possible for oncology professionals to gather in rooms at healthcare facilities across North Carolina and to participate in the UNC Cancer Network’s Live Lectures. A Site Coordinator needs access to a conference room with a video conferencing system or large display connected to the internet and the ability to publicize a lecture with fliers, emails, and listservs. To be a Site Coordinator, contact the UNC Cancer Network at unccn@unc.edu.

Before a Live Lecture

Each lecture needs to be publicized so that clinicians know about the lecture and the location for viewing. Publicizing the lectures consists of posting fliers on bulletin boards where clinicians work or congregate as well as sharing emails and PDF fliers through email and listservs. Publicizing the lecture includes ensuring that people know where to go at the appropriate day and time to watch the lecture. Site Coordinators can find fliers on the Learning Portal in the Site Coordinator Materials section.

Also on the Learning Portal in the Site Coordinator Materials section is connection information that Site Coordinators use to connect their video conferencing system or computer with large-screen monitor to the UNC Cancer Network’s Live Lecture. The connection should be made about 30 minutes before the lecture to ensure that any problems can be worked out before the lecture begins.

After a Live Lecture

The Site Coordinator needs to make certain that only those attendees who watch a minimum of 50 minutes of the presentation sign a roster provided by the UNC Cancer Network. During the next week, that roster needs to be scanned and returned to the UNC Cancer Network via the Learning Portal Site Coordinator Materials section.

Once attendees have signed the roster, the Site Coordinator gives a copy of the Live Activity Evaluation Instructions (found in the Learning Portal Site Coordinator Materials section) only to those individuals who have watched at least 50 minutes of the lecture. This sheet has a password and instructions for how the attendees get their certificates.

The Site Coordinator does not give attendees their certificates. Instead, attendees use their own computers to go to the UNC Cancer Network’s Learning Portal and use the provided instructions and password to fill out an evaluation for the lecture, select the appropriate certificate, and download it and/or print it out. Attendees can also manage previously-earned certificates on their Learning Portal Dashboard.

Publicizing Self-Paced, Online Courses

Site Coordinators also share information with fliers, emails, and newsletters about the UNC Cancer Network’s Self-Paced, Online Courses in our Learning Portal. The Self-Paced, Online Courses (SPOC) are recordings of the Live Lectures. To earn FREE continuing education credit, a clinician can watch the video associated with a SPOC at any day/time that is convenient for them, fill out an evaluation, complete an assessment, and claim their certificate.

Program Promoters

 

Program Promoters

Program Promoters

Program Promoters help expand the range of publicity to clinicians across the state. A Program Promoter posts fliers and shares information in emails and on listservs. To be a Program Promotor, contact the UNC Cancer Network at unccn@unc.edu.

Publicizing a Live Lecture

Each lecture needs to be publicized so that clinicians know about the lecture and how to register through the webinar link. Publicizing the lectures consists of posting fliers on bulletin boards where clinicians work or congregate as well as sharing emails and PDF fliers through email and listservs. Publicizing the lecture includes ensuring that people know where to go at the appropriate day and time to watch the lecture. Program Promoters receive this information from emails provided by the UNC Cancer Network.

Publicizing Self-Paced, Online Courses

Program Promoters also share information with fliers, emails, and newsletters about the UNC Cancer Network’s Self-Paced, Online Courses in our Learning Portal. The Self-Paced, Online Courses (SPOC) are recordings of the Live Lectures. To earn FREE continuing education credit, a clinician can watch the video associated with a SPOC at any day/time that is convenient for them, fill out an evaluation, complete an assessment, and claim their certificate.

Telehealth Lecture Sites

 

Telehealth Lecture Sites

Each month, the UNC Cancer Network transmits live lectures to designated sites throughout North Carolina. Contact the UNC Cancer Network at unccn@unc.edu to host our live lectures at your location.

Telehealth Lecture Sites

Lecture Sites for Healthcare Practitioners:

  • Caldwell Memorial Hospital-McCreary Cancer Center (Lenoir)
  • Carteret General Hospital (Moorehead City)
  • Cone Health Cancer Center (Mebane)
  • High Point Regional Hospital (High Point)
  • Lenoir Health Care Auditorium (Kinston)
  • Mission Health (Asheville)
  • Nash Cancer Treatment Center (Rocky Mount)
  • Pardee Hospital (Hendersonville)
  • Randolf Cancer Center (Asheboro)
  • Rex Hospital (Raleigh)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Blue Ridge)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Cary)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Clayton)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Garner, Smithfield, Wakefield)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Smithfield)
  • Rex Hematology Oncology Associate (Wakefield)
  • Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center (Boone)
  • SECU Comprehensive Cancer Center at CarolinaEast Medical Center (New Bern)
  • The Outer Banks Hospital (Nags Head)
  • UNC CCSP PFRC (Chapel Hill)
  • UNC Health Care Morrisville (Morrisville)
  • UNC POB 3125 (Chapel Hill)
  • Vidant Cancer Center (Greenville)
  • Zimmer Cancer Center (Wilmington)