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Lung Cancer
Navigator Workshop

GO2 has supported lung cancer navigators for over 15 years.

Our experienced team is uniquely qualified to provide navigators with guidance and resources to help them to deliver the highest-quality lung cancer screening and care.

Our core curriculum is customized for all navigators.

The Lung Cancer Navigator Workshop offers a comprehensive core curriculum covering essential knowledge and skills needed to serve people at risk and living with lung cancer. This one-day workshop prepares, empowers, and positions lung cancer navigators for success.

Benefits of attending the Navigator Workshop

Novice Navigators

Build a foundation of core concepts and gain a clearer understanding of the role

Seasoned Navigators

Expand and broaden the professional role and scope to provide a higher level of care

Clinical Expertise

Improve knowledge of pathophysiology, diagnostic workup, staging, treatment, and lung cancer survivorship

Valued Team Member

Prepare to be an integral part of a multidisciplinary lung cancer team

Quality of Care

Identify ways to address barriers and provide access to high-quality screening and care

Education & Support

Enhance readiness to educate and support people at risk or living with lung cancer 

The workshop offers up to 10 hours of ANCC accredited continuing nursing and medical education credits.

Workshop topics include:

  1. Stigma and nihilism
  2. Risk assessment and risk prediction for equitable health outcomes
  3. Early lung cancer detection by low-dose CT scan
  4. Diagnostic work-up of lung cancer and staging 101
  5. Smoking cessation services
  6. Essentials of clinical program development
  7. Multidisciplinary team and tumor board
  8. Incidental pulmonary nodules
  9. Lung cancer survivorship

Upcoming events

2024 Lung Cancer Navigator Workshop

InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile

September 30, 2024

2024 Centers of Excellence Summit

InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile

October 1-2, 2024

Jean Comeau

Carol Manes, MSN, RN

Lung Cancer Screening Coordinator

Robert J. Dole Veterans Administration Medical Center

This was literally the BEST conference I have ever attended in 26 years of nursing.

Impact to your program

  • Develop strong leaders to spearhead lung cancer screening and cancer care programs
  • Elevate quality lung cancer care
  • Improve quality healthcare outcomes and program performance metrics
  • Garner higher patient satisfaction scores
  • Increase job satisfaction resulting in better performance and stronger retention
  • Standardize comprehensive training of lung cancer navigator workforce

“I left with a notebook full of ideas and new knowledge to benefit my program.”

Annie Lally, BSN, RN

Program Manager, Lung Cancer Screening, Rush University, Medical Center, Chicago, IL

“The expertise in this workshop was exceptional.”

Andrea Searle, RN

Lung Cancer Navigator, Memorial Healthcare System

“Super exciting! And the best is the resources this has opened up . . . I’m not on an island, there are people to help!!!”

Kara Febus, BSN, RN

Lung Cancer Navigator, Grand View Health, Souderton, PA