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Bringing together researchers and clinicians from across the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, UNC, and beyond to foster collaboration and advance cancer survivorship research initiatives.

 

The Spring 2022 Cancer Survivorship Research & Networking Forum featured talks by Drs. Boehmer, Kamen, and Scout on the topic of Advancing cancer survivorship among sexual and gender minorities. Please view the seminar recording and additional resources provided by the speakers below.

View the seminar recording here

Additional resources
Measuring Sex, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation for the National Institutes of Health: https://nap.nationalacademies.org/read/26424/chapter/1
Welcoming Spaces training for treating LGBTQ+ patients: https://www.sgo.org/welcomingspaces/


Previous survivorship research seminars

Research supporting cancer survivors living with advanced or metastatic disease
– Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH
Nurse AMIE: Addressing symptoms among advanced cancer patients in the rural setting 
– Lisa Gallicchio, PhD and Michelle Mollica, PhD, MPH, RN, OCN
Key opportunities in advanced metastatic cancer survivorship research

Who Participates in Population-Based, Young Adult Cancer Survivor Studies? Results from the FUCHSIA study
– Penelope Howards, PhD
Women’s Study Population-based cancer registries are valuable resources for recruiting young adult cancer survivors into studies that collect information not available in medical records. But, who agrees to participate in these studies, and do they differ from those who are eligible to participate? Are potential participants lost because of incorrect contact information, refusal, or other reasons?

View all video recordings from previous seminars here or click the image.

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