Additionally, Outcome Health will distribute BCAN
's message across Waiting Room TV screens, which can promote specialty-specific content and deliver lifestyle management videos to patients' pre-consultation, and Exam Room Wallboards, which offer access to 3D anatomical renderings for use during the consultation.
During the launch of the official uniforms for the state chapter of BCAN
on August 2, 2017 at Sheraton Hotels, Amaechi told the members: 'You have to change the perception of the people; you have to create a positive impression about yourself and make yourself accessible.'
As the leading voice for bladder cancer, BCAN redesigned its website to align with its mission and improve the user experience.
“We work every day to cultivate a community of hope and support for people touched by bladder cancer,” says Diane Zipursky-Quale, president and co-founder of BCAN. “Our new website has tools and resources to help people with bladder cancer find answers and become advocates in their own care."
Founded in 2005, the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) is the only national organization devoted to advancing bladder cancer research and supporting those touched by the disease.
Smith comes to BCAN with nearly 20 years of experience working in the non-profit sector, which includes more than 13 years working with oncology organizations.
“As a seasoned non-profit professional, we are delighted to have Monica on board at BCAN,” says Diane Zipursky-Quale, president and co-founder of BCAN.
Before joining BCAN, Smith served as Director of Development for Susan G.
“I am looking forward to advancing BCAN's mission and to being on the front-lines advocating for greater public awareness and research funding for bladder cancer,” says Smith.
The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN
- pronounced beacon) is the first national advocacy organization dedicated to improving public awareness of bladder cancer, advancing bladder cancer research and providing information and support to people affected by bladder cancer.
As well, Lawtons is a supporter of Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia (BCANS
) and a major backer of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
study showed that test rates for women who live off reserves were particularly low.