Block time on your calendar for NNECOS! The NNECOS Lunchtime Webinar Task Force is excited to feature a lunchtime webinar on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Each quarter, we'll include at least one original content webinar, in addition to a mixture of industry partner and encore webinars. Continuing Nursing Education Credits available for some sessions.  Register once and you're on the list for the entire series! 

We look forward to seeing you!

    Future 2022 Dates: 

    October 20th - Know Your Driver - Using Precision Oncology to Inform Diagnosis and Treatment Decisions

    Adnan Masri, PhD

      • Precision Medicine Lead, Oncology, New England, Bayer Pharmaceutical
      • Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Dept of Clinical Chemistry and Pathology
      • PhD in Molecular Genetics
      • Over 15 years in the Diagnostics & Pharmaceutical Industry
      • Reside with Family in North Andover, NW Boston area

    November 17th - Bringing Awareness To Cultural Differences To Improve Health Care 

    Jae Lee, RT(T)

    Chief Radiation Therapist

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center

    Lebanon, NH


            • Thursday, December 15th - Creating a Ripple Effect: Knowing When to Take Action - Deborah Center, PhD, MSN, RN, CNS, CTA-CC, Chief Program Officer, Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence

    If only there was an “on-off” switch for creating resiliency. As care providers in oncology, we are expected to be “on” and role model resiliency with every interaction. The reality is that we are tired too and our level of resiliency has a real ripple effect on patients and our team. When we are “on” our ripple enhances other’s resiliency and further fills our cup. When we are “off” or barely hanging on, the ripple effect can be dangerous, and we can unintentionally be uncivil or make errors that have lasting impacts. We prioritize the resiliency of our patients and may struggle to put our own oxygen mask on first.

    This highly interactive session will provide an overview of a quick assessment tool that can be utilized real-time to assess ourselves and our team resiliency. Together we will discuss the implications of the results and identify strategies for action to promote resiliency.

    Corporate member companies are eligible to submit a non-branded presentation for consideration for inclusion in a future webinar. Email for more details. 

    Webinar Recordings

    Kecia Boyd, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, AOCNS, BMTCN

    Director, Inclusion, Diversity and Equity, Nursing and Patient Care Services at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

    “I’m your nurse”: A Qualitative Descriptive Study of the Experiences of African American Registered Nurses in the Greater Boston Area

    Dr. Boyd also recommends this Allyship Video:

    Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society
    P.O. Box 643
    Sandown, NH 03873-0643
    Telephone (603) 887-1948

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