There are nearly 215,000 cancer survivors in Colorado.

Cancer survivors live in all of our Colorado communities. Despite the prevalence, gaps still exist and people who have finished cancer treatment often have needs that go unrecognized and unmet.

This ECHO learning series is offered by the University of Colorado Cancer Center (UCCC), in partnership with the Patient Navigation Training Collaborative (PNTC) and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC). This effort is funded by the Cancer, Cardiovascular and Chronic Pulmonary Disease Grants Programs at CDPHE. 

This free, four-week series is designed for care coordinators working in primary care or cancer center settings. Sessions will cover key strategies and resources to identify support and engage patients with psycho-social needs after cancer treatment. ECHO sessions will focus on defining cancer survivorship, discussing best practices, supporting emotional and social changes, and bridging the need gap for patients after treatment.

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ECHO COLORADO LEARNING SERIES

Coordinating After Cancer Behavioral Health Support:
Bridging the Gap for Cancer Survivors

Commitment:
Four weekly ECHO sessions held virtually

Audience:
Care coordinators within the state of Colorado (including non-licensed and licensed) who work with after cancer treatment patients in primary care or cancer center settings

 

 

  • ECHO SESSION 1

    Identifying Cancer Survivors and their Behavioral Health Needs

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Patient-centered Communication and Behavioral Health

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    Care Coordination and the Assessment of Patients with Behavioral Health Needs

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Behavioral Health Resources and Referral Strategies

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