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2017 International Cancer Education Conference Late-Breaking Abstracts

2017 International Cancer Education Conference Late-Breaking Abstracts Journal of Cancer Education https://doi.org/10.1007/s13187-019-01518-1 Late-Breaking Oral Abstracts Co-Provided by: Program Co-Chairs: Kathleen Heneghan RN, PhD, PNP-C Paula Schultz MSN-ED, RN, CNRN Program Vice-Chairs: Jointly Organized by: Carolyn Messner DSW, OSW-C, FAPOS Charles Moore MD Local Arrangements Chair: Chesley Cheatham MEd, MCHES J Canc Educ 1C-5: Predictors of Group-based Medical Mistrust among Black obtained. A number of programs were conducted with sustainable and Breast Cancer Patients success. The scope of these programs/project was at national, regional and global level. Each program was designed to achieve the needs of our Arnethea Sutton, Vanessa Sheppard core group and those in the low and middle-income countries. 1. The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine holistic approach to palliative care programs for the hospital and commu- nity nurses and also for the clinical pharmacists and primary health care Abstract: Background/Purpose: While studies indicate significant differ- physicians. 2. Training for the Journalists to empower on Cancers. 3. ences regarding medical mistrust among Black and White breast cancer Educational training courses to empower the patients, their families, the patients, little has been done to determine perceptions and determinants of community and healthcare providers were organized. 4. Hands on train- mistrust amongst Black breast cancer patients. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Cancer Education Springer Journals

2017 International Cancer Education Conference Late-Breaking Abstracts

Journal of Cancer Education , Volume OnlineFirst – May 3, 2019

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2019 by American Association for Cancer Education
Subject
Biomedicine; Cancer Research; Pharmacology/Toxicology
ISSN
0885-8195
eISSN
1543-0154
DOI
10.1007/s13187-019-01518-1
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Abstract

Journal of Cancer Education https://doi.org/10.1007/s13187-019-01518-1 Late-Breaking Oral Abstracts Co-Provided by: Program Co-Chairs: Kathleen Heneghan RN, PhD, PNP-C Paula Schultz MSN-ED, RN, CNRN Program Vice-Chairs: Jointly Organized by: Carolyn Messner DSW, OSW-C, FAPOS Charles Moore MD Local Arrangements Chair: Chesley Cheatham MEd, MCHES J Canc Educ 1C-5: Predictors of Group-based Medical Mistrust among Black obtained. A number of programs were conducted with sustainable and Breast Cancer Patients success. The scope of these programs/project was at national, regional and global level. Each program was designed to achieve the needs of our Arnethea Sutton, Vanessa Sheppard core group and those in the low and middle-income countries. 1. The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine holistic approach to palliative care programs for the hospital and commu- nity nurses and also for the clinical pharmacists and primary health care Abstract: Background/Purpose: While studies indicate significant differ- physicians. 2. Training for the Journalists to empower on Cancers. 3. ences regarding medical mistrust among Black and White breast cancer Educational training courses to empower the patients, their families, the patients, little has been done to determine perceptions and determinants of community and healthcare providers were organized. 4. Hands on train- mistrust amongst Black breast cancer patients.

Journal

Journal of Cancer EducationSpringer Journals

Published: May 3, 2019

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