Integrate your Cancer Care, Join NBHN for New Webinar Series

Want to improve the quality of cancer care your organization provides? Join the National Behavioral Health Network this summer for a new webinar series on cancer control.

Throughout the series, participants will have the opportunity to explore examples of interdisciplinary collaborative efforts being made in the field to deliver more integrated comprehensive care, develop patient-centered survivorship plans to further increase outcomes and enhance patient quality-of-life, and address barriers to care across the cancer continuum in behavioral health populations.

The first webinar of the series, “Essential Elements for Integrating Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) Strategies into Clinical Practice for Behavioral Health Populations,” will take place Tuesday, July 11, from 2-4 p.m. ET.

During this session, presenters will:

  • Discuss the impact of a cancer diagnosis for people with behavioral health conditions and how to address the resultant care challenges.
  • Discuss opportunities for providers to partner with CCC coalitions on strategies to address cancer prevention in behavioral health populations.
  • Describe strategies providers can use to help cancer patients with behavioral health issues and their families access valuable community-based resources.


Presented by Kelly Irwin, PsyD, Psychiatrist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and Schizophrenia Program, and founder of the Collaborative Care Program in Psychiatric Oncology; Trena Mitchell, MA, Executive Director, Arkansas Cancer Coalition; Jennifer Siozos, Chief Transformation Officer, Terros Health.

Upcoming Webinars

Aug. 8
Applying Best Practices to Develop Survivorship Care Plans for Behavioral Health Populations

Sept. 12
Promising Practices to Track, Monitor and Address the Needs Across the Cancer Continuum in Behavioral Health Populations

Oct. 17
Financing Cancer Control for Behavioral Health Populations

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