With respect to Winship Cancer Institute, outreach is any cancer related activity outside of the Emory University system that works to prevent, improve or impact cancer care.
Community Outreach Report
Each year, the Winship Community Outreach team creates and distributes a report of program outcomes to the public.
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University is a Commission on Cancer accredited Integrated Network Cancer Program. As a member of the program, Winship provides results of activities completed in the areas of evidence-based guidelines, quality improvements, or cancer prevention and screening.
Below are the results of a quality study of evidence-based guidelines for the surgery of patients with non-small cell lung cancer.
Emory Healthcare recently presented results from the lung cancer screening program. View report below for details.
Winship hosts a number of community outreach events every year, with a few being co-sponsored events. Following are selected recent co-sponsored events:
Educate. Engage. Empower. - A Conference for Those Impacted by Breast Cancer
October 15, 2016
The Glenn Family Breast Center at Winship and Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta hosted a conference for those impacted by breast cancer at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital. The half-day program included presentations from Winship clinicians and staff about survivorship and mindfulness, clinical trials, screening recommendations, and nutrition. Drs. Jane Meisel, Cletus Arciero, Mylin Torres, and dietitian Tiffany Barrett spoke at the event which was well attended.
September 23, 2017
Winship Cancer Institute partnered with AIM at Melanoma to host a Melanoma Patient Symposium at the John Kaufmann Auditorium at Winship on Saturday, September 23, 2017. An engaging audience of 40 attended in person and 40+ attended virtually. Winship melanoma experts covered various topics of interest on melanoma. A patient panel comprising of three Winship survivors shared testimonials on their cancer journey.