Policy Approaches to Achieving Equity in Cancer Pain Management: Narrowing the Gap

NIH
4/9/21, 3:00 PM
America/New York GMT -4 summer

Description

In this webinar, two experts will address policy barriers to equitable delivery of cancer care. Specifically, they will discuss policies created in response to the opioid epidemic and Medicare policies that impact end-of-life care for cancer patients, particularly those who suffer from cancer pain. The webinar will conclude with a panel discussion, led by a discussant who is an expert in policy implementation science.

Speakers:

“Opioid Epidemic and Cancer Pain Care: Lessons from Converting Policies into Practice"

Salimah H. Meghani, Ph.D., M.B.E., R.N., F.A.A.N.
Professor of Nursing & Term Chair of Palliative Care
Associate Director, NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health
Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics
University of Pennsylvania


“Structural Inequity and Cancer Pain management policy: A Social Work Perspective”

Suzanne Marmo, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., A.P.H.S.W.-C.
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Sacred Heart University

Discussant:

Jonathan Purtle, Dr.P.H., M.Sc.
Associate Professor at Drexel University
Dornsife School of Public Health

Moderators:

Amanda Acevedo, Ph.D.
Cancer Research Training Fellow, Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch
NCI Behavioral Research Program

Rebecca Ferrer, Ph.D.
Program Director, Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch
NCI Behavioral Research Program

Sandra Mitchell, Ph.D., C.R.N.P.
Program Director, Outcomes Research Branch
NCI Healthcare Delivery Research Program

The Achieving Equity in Cancer Pain Management Webinar Series is hosted by the NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences. Taking a multilevel perspective, the series examines the factors that individually and jointly affect disparities in the quality and outcomes of cancer pain management, and considers approaches to reduce the unequal burden of suffering.

Reasonable Accommodations Individuals who need reasonable accommodations to participate in this event should contact ncidccpsbrpadvances@mail.nih.gov. Requests should be made at least five business days in advance of the event.

Previous registration necessary?

NO

YES
Simultaneous translation ?

NO

YES
Will it be recorded?
NO
YES

Amanda Acevedo, Rebecca Ferrer, Sandra Mitchell

Opioid Epidemic and Cancer Pain Care: Lessons from Converting Policies into Practice, Structural Inequity and Cancer Pain management policy: A Social Work Perspective

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Speakers

Salimah H. Meghani, Suzanne Marmo, Jonathan Purtle