Survivorship 101 Speakers Bureau

Elevating SurvivorshipNCCS developed a Survivorship 101 presentation that Speakers can use to educate community members about cancer survivorship and the post-treatment needs of cancer survivors. Speakers can customize the presentation to include their own experience and to reflect the audience, which could include support groups, provider groups, or other community-based organizations.

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NCCS will provide the template and training/support to deliver the Survivorship 101 presentation, which includes the following components:

  • Share perspective on post-treatment needs of cancer survivors
  • Stimulate discussion about what good survivorship care means
  • Lay groundwork for improving survivorship care
Note: Speakers were selected for the 2019 pilot program. We hope to offer the opportunity again in 2020. If you are not already a member of our Cancer Policy and Advocacy Team (CPAT), complete this questionnaire to sign up for free and you’ll be notified by email about future Elevating Survivorship advocacy opportunities.

Criteria

A Speaker must be:

Time Commitment

  • View the Survivorship 101 presentation training webinar.
  • There is no set time commitment for Speakers, though ideally Speakers will deliver the presentation 2-4 times per year. It’s up to Speakers to identify opportunities/audiences to deliver the Survivorship 101 presentation in their community and provide feedback to NCCS.
  • Speaker mentoring/support by NCCS team, brainstorming, and action conference calls.
  • Report presentation times and venues, outcomes, evaluations, and action items to NCCS staff.

Preferred Expertise & Composition

Speakers should have lay or general knowledge of survivorship care. They should also have connections with individuals and/or institutions in their cancer community to help identify opportunities to deliver Survivorship 101. In addition, Speakers should be timely in communicating with NCCS support staff and other Speakers as necessary.

Sign-Up Requirements

Any CPAT member can sign up for the Survivorship 101 Speakers Bureau. Please review and submit the form below, including a short narrative bio.


Survivorship 101 Speakers Bureau Sign Up Form

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Applications must be submitted by February 11, 2019 at 11:59 PM ET.


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