POSTPONSED: What is Cancer Survivorship?
This event has been postponed - a new date will be updated shortly.
At MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, The Wellness After Cancer Survivorship program is dedicated to helping survivors live their lives to the fullest throughout their cancer journey.
Our goal is to address the unique (physical, psychological, social and educational) needs of our cancer survivors and assist our patients in living their best lives with, through and beyond cancer.
Join our expert, Evelyn Robles Rodriguez DNP, APN, AOCN, Director of Outreach, Prevention and Survivorship and a few of our wonderful cancer survivors as they address how the Wellness After Cancer Survivorship program has impacted their care at MD Anderson at Cooper.
This online webinar will cover all the comprehensive survivorship services and programs available at MD Anderson at Cooper and address the following questions.
What survivorship services are available at MD Anderson at Cooper?
- How can you access survivorship services/programs at MD Anderson at Cooper?
- Am I a survivor and when does this happen?
- What does cancer survivorship mean to the cancer survivor?
- How has survivorship care at MD Anderson at Cooper impacted the survivor’s care?
This free one-hour online presentation will include a Q & A session
About the presenter: Evelyn Robles-Rodriguez, DNP, APN, AOCN is an Oncology Advanced Practice Nurse at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, NJ, where she serves as Director of Outreach, Prevention & Survivorship. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degree in nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, and completed her doctorate in nursing at Wilmington University. Dr. Rodriguez regularly writes and manages grant-funded efforts and is involved in developing patient and community equity programs as well as in the direct care of patients. Ms. Rodriguez is bilingual (English/Spanish) and committed to cancer education.
There are currently no upcoming sessions for this event