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Navigation Training, Tools, and Resources

  • Mandi Pratt-Chapman
  • Linda Burhansstipanov
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Abstract

Patient navigation has arisen quickly as a new health profession with great heterogeneity of background, training, roles, and practices. This chapter provides an overview of key tools and resources available to new and experienced navigators of various types, including core competencies, training, certificate and certification options, guides and toolkits, and evaluation support.

Keywords

Patient navigation Training Resources 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Patient-Centered Initiatives and Health EquityThe George Washington University Cancer CenterWashington, DCUSA
  2. 2.Native American Cancer Research CorporationPineUSA

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