15.5 MILLION AMERICANS ARE LIVING

WITH A CANCER DIAGNOSIS.

NEARLY 215,000 CANCER SURVIVORS

LIVE IN COLORADO ALONE.

Despite the prevalence, gaps in care exist and people who have finished cancer treatment often have needs that go unrecognized. This four-week ECHO learning series is funded by the Colorado Cancer Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease fund. The purpose is to help community agencies and non-profits (outside of the medical setting) understand the cancer burden in their communities and identify core strategies for supporting the needs of their cancer survivors. ECHO sessions will teach participants to effectively connect with cancer survivors through the use of registries and surveillance systems, understand the treatment summary and care plan, identify resources, and better support cancer survivors coping with post-treatment physical, emotional, and social changes.

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After Cancer Treatment:
Effective Connection, Identifying Resources, and Understanding Post-Treatment Change in Care

Commitment:
Four weekly ECHO sessions held
Thursdays from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. (MT)
May 11–June 1

  • ECHO SESSION 1

    Using Data to Plan for the Cancer Burden in Your Community

    May 11, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Using Evidence-based Strategies and Recommendations in Program Planning

    May 18, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    Physical and Functional Issues

    May 25, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Psychosocial and Practical Issues

    June 1, 2017

Other Current and Upcoming ECHO Series

We are always expanding our ECHO series topics. Click here for email notification of all future ECHO series as they are added