This free one-hour Web Forum will provide important information to share with patients about lung cancer screening regarding possible follow-up procedures, based on comprehensive data from long-term screening performance in clinical practice. The presenters will also discuss recommendations for referring providers in management of lung screening results, as well as the benefits to primary care providers of screening program patient navigation.
At the conclusion of this Web Forum, participants will be able to:
- Describe accurate data needed for the shared decision-making conversation from one of the largest clinical CT lung screening U.S. programs regarding possible follow-up pulmonary procedures.
- Explain the rationale behind radiologist recommendations for incidental findings.
- Discuss the importance of lung screening navigation to patient recommendation adherence.
Rescue Lung Rescue Life Society
Dr. Andrea McKee is a senior partner at Radiation Oncology Associates, PA, former Chief of the Division of Radiation Oncology at the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (LHMC) Sophia Gordon Cancer Center in Burlington and Peabody, MA and current President of the Rescue Lung Rescue Life Society, an independent 501(c)(3)…
Patient Navigator and Associate Research Scientist; Clinical Assistant Professor
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center; Tufts University
Dr. Shawn Regis is a Patient Navigator and Associate Research Scientist at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Clinical Assistant Professor at Tufts University, and current Secretary of the Rescue Lung Rescue Life Society. Dr. Regis manages a CT lung screening database with data on >8000 patients and >19,000 scans, is…
Director, LuCa National Training Network
University of Louisville
Celeste Worth has over 20 years of experience in cancer control and provider education. She is the Director of the LuCa National Training Network, a national center for primary care provider education on lung cancer care based at the University of Louisville. She was previously a co-investigator for the Provider…