Project Echo Cancer Patient Navigation


Project ECHO Cancer Patient Navigation

Maine Cancer Foundation serves as the hub site for Project ECHO Cancer Patient Navigation. This is an opportunity for professionals who navigate cancer patient care to come together virtually to increase their knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy related to cancer patient navigation, both in the medical and community settings.

Anyone who navigates cancer patient care is welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please contact Heather Drake, Program Manager, Maine Cancer Foundation at [email protected]

All Project ECHO sessions are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 3pm-4pm.

Session Dates and Topics:
•    Patient Navigation Workflows (May 22nd)
•    Financial Toxicity Part I (June 26th)
•    Financial Toxicity Part II (July 24th) 
•    Transportation (August 28th)
•    Cancer Prevention and Screening (September 25th) 
•    Patient Empowerment (tbd)
•    Survivorship (tbd)
•    Palliative Care (tbd)

•    Patient Navigation Workflows
          o    TeleECHO session recording
          o    Didactic Presentation
          o    Case Study Recommendations
          o    MaineGeneral Community Needs Assessment