15.5 million Americans are currently living with a cancer diagnosis.

By 2026, that number is expected to rise to more than 20 million.

There are nearly 215,000 cancer survivors in Colorado alone. Survivors live in all of our Colorado communities. Despite the prevalence, gaps exist and people who have finished cancer treatment often have needs that go unrecognized and unmet.

This free, four-week ECHO learning series is designed for primary care clinicians and oncologists to explore the fundamentals of survivorship care and the role and support needed to implement the treatment summary and survivorship care plan. ECHO sessions will focus on defining ‘cancer survivorship’, discussing best practices, supporting emotional and social changes, and bridging from oncology to primary care after treatment.

After Cancer Treatment:

Bridging Oncology to Primary Care 

Audience:
Primary care provider and oncologists who interact with cancer survivors or are starting cancer survivorship programming in their clinics. 

Commitment:
Four weekly ECHO sessions held
Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. (MT)
June 2–June 23

LEARN MORE ABOUT FUTURE SERIES

  • ECHO SESSION 1

    Care Coordination Across the Cancer Continuum

    June 2, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Supporting the Needs Identified in the Treatment Summary Survivor Care Plan

    June 9, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    The Role of Treatment Summary Survivor Care Plan

    June 16, 2017

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Emotional and Social Support

    June 23, 2017

Other Current and Upcoming ECHO Series

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