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Meeting Agenda and Presentations

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

6:30PM-8:30PM Opening Plenary
  Welcome and Avon Breast Cancer Crusade Update
Carolyn Ricci, Program Director, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  2015-16 BHOP and Safety Net Program Trends
  Kathryn Gates-Ferris, MS, MPA Avon BHOP Project Director, CAI Global       
  Avon BCC Jeopardy (optional)
  Abigail McCulloch, MPH, Avon BHOP Project Officer, CAI Global            

Thursday, September 8, 2016

8:15AM-8:30AM       Welcome and Avon Global Philanthropy Update

Cheryl Heinonen, President, Avon Foundation for Women

8:30AM-10:15AM Plenary I: Health Disparities and Impact on Breast Cancer Outreach, Screening and Treatment
  Moderator: Carolyn Ricci, Program Director, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  Breast Cancer Prevalence and Mortality Among Hispanic Subgroups in the U.S.
  Bijou Hunt, MA Epidemiologist, Sinai Urban Health Institute, Sinai Health System
  Outreach to Latina Communities

Mita Sanghavi Goel, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University

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  Claudia Campos Galván, MA, PhD candidate, Chief Programs Officer, Nueva Vida, Inc.
10:30AM-12:15AM Plenary Session II: Impact of the ACA on Access to Breast Health Care
  Moderator: Kathryn Gates-Ferris, MS, MPA, Avon BHOP Project Director, CAI Global
  National Level Overview and CDC NBCCEDP Update
  Faye Wong, MPH, Branch Chief, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention /
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion /
Division of Cancer Prevention and Control /Program Services Branch
  Results of the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade ACA Survey
  Emily Leung, MPH Research and Evaluation Associate, CAI Global
  Panel: Impact of ACA on our Clients
  Janice Zaballero, Executive Director, Breast Treatment Task Force - NY
Dorothy Gibbons, CEO and Co-Founder, The Rose - TX
Sherrl Ann Fry, Project Director, Mammography Voucher Program - FL
Diane Masseth-Jones, CEO, YWCA of North Orange County – CA
1:30PM-2:30PM  Skill-building Workshops (Choose One)
  1. Integrating Nutrition for Breast Cancer Patients into Programs
  Dorella Walters, BS, MPA, Senior Director of Program Services, God’s Love We Deliver
  Mark A. Ryle, LCSW, CEO, Project Open Hand
  2. Self-care and Staff Motivation
  Melanie Steilen, RN, BSN, ACRN, Director, Nursing Education, CAI Global  (Unavailable)
  3. Social Media, Communications and Public Speaking
  Jill Surdyka, MA, Director, Community Engagement, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  4. Project Data Collection Support
  Kathryn Gates-Ferris, MS, MPA, Avon BHOP Project Director, CAI Global and
Emily Leung, MPH Research and Evaluation Associate, CAI Global
 2:45PM-4:00PM Plenary Session III: Addressing the Conflicting Guidance around Screening
  Moderator: Sheryl Gabram-Mendola, MD, MBA, FACS, Surgeon-in-Chief, Grady Memorial Hospital; Director, AVON Comprehensive Breast Center at Grady
  What is Breast Density and Why Does it Matter?
  JoAnn Pushkin, BBA, Executive Director, DenseBreast-info.org (Unavailable)
  Messaging Around Screening Guidelines and Relevant New Technologies
  Kathleen R. Gundry, MD, Associate Professor of Radiology and Imaging Sciences,
Emory University School of Medicine Director of Breast Imaging, Grady Memorial Hospital
  Strategies to Reach New Patients in Vulnerable Communities
  Tamara A. Mason, MPH, CHES Project Director, Avon Foundation Outreach Initiative,
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
 4:15PM-5:30PM Plenary Session IV: Patient Navigation - Getting to Sustainability
  Moderator: Dana Huber, MA, MPH Program Officer, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  Exploring Patient Navigation Competencies for Reimbursement
  Elizabeth Calhoun, MEd, PhD, Associate Vice President, Population Sciences,
University of Arizona
  Patient Navigation Metrics and Tracking Impact
  Sarah E. Raskin, PhD, MPH Research Scientist, Patient Reported Outcomes,
George Washington Cancer Institute
  From Start-up to Sustainability: A Patient-centered Urban Model
  Beth Beck, MA, CHES, President/CEO, Breast Care for Washington
5:30PM-6:30PM Networking and Posters
  ACCESS - Risk Factors for Assessment for Breast Cancer in Arab American Women
  Alameda Health System Foundation - The Evolving Role of the Patient Navigator:Addressing the Despair Behind the Disparities
  Montefiore Medical Center BOLD Living Program, Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care - The BOLD Buddy: A Peer Navigation  Program for Breast Cancer Patients in the Bronx, NY
  Center for Pan Asian Community Services - Unmet Needs of Georgia Breast Cancer Survivors 
  Memphis Breast Cancer Consortium Common Table Health Alliance - Memphis Breast Cancer Consortium       Development of an Effective Consortium to  Adddress Breast Cancer Disparities
  Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation- Breast Ductal Pattern Generation with 3D Automated Ultrasound 
  God's Love We Deliver - Food is Medicine, Food is Love : How God's Love We Deliver Addresses Food Insecurity 
  Grady Health System, Avon Comprehensive Breast Center at Grady - Implementing the Prospective Surveillance Model (PSM) of Rehabilitation for Breast Cancer Patients with 1 Year Post Operative follow up a Prospective Observational Study
  Living Beyond Breast Cancer- Evaluating Living Beyond Breast Cancer Program and Resource Accessibility for Low Income People Affected by Breast Cancer
  MBC Alliance - Dandelion Project - Educating Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients Through Visual Communication Aids: The Dandelion Project
  MedStar Washington Hospital Center - Get2 Breast Care Program
  NYU School of Medicine - The  Impact of Integrated Breast Cancer Care for Medically Underserved Multi-ethnic women in New York City Program
  Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center - Novant Cancer Center's Patient Navigation Impact, Charlotte NC
  The West Cancer Center - Improving Outcomes by Addressing Disparities (Unavailable)
  Tufts Medical Center- Navigating Chinese Patients Through Breast Cancer Treatment
  Vista Community Clinic - Outreach, Education, and Patient Navigation Activities Targeting Medically Underserved, Low Income Women of Color
  Young Survival Coalition - Innovative Methods for Reaching, Connecting, Educating and Supporting Young Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer 
  University of San Francisco/San Francisco General Hospital - Assessing The Impact of Post Surgery Areola Repigmentation and 3 Dimensional Nipple Tattoo Procedures on a Body Image and Quality of Life amongMedically Underserved Breast Cancer Survivors 
  CAI - 2010-2016 Avon BHOP and Safety Net Program Data Summary
  CAI - 2016 Avon Breast Health Outcome and Safety Net Programs' Diagnostic Data Summary
  CAI - The Effect of Hispanic Nativity and Ethnicity on Mammography use through the Avon Breast Health Outreach Program 

Friday, September 9, 2016

8:30AM- 8:50AM         Welcome and Role of the ABCC Scientific Advisory  Board
  Elaine Gallin, PhD and Ginny Mason, RN, BSN ABCC Scientific Advisory Board Members   
8:50AM-10:00AM Plenary Session V: Asessing Breast Cancer Resources - The Chicago Model and Beyond
  Moderator: Dana Huber, MA, MPH Program Officer, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  Assessing Breast Care Resources and Developing Interventions to Reduce Breast Cancer Outcomes and Disparities
  Anne Marie Murphy, PhD, Executive Director, Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force
  Applying the Model to Other Cities – The Memphis Experience
  Veronyca Washington, MS Public Health, Project Director, Memphis Breast Cancer Consortium, Common Table Health Alliance
10:30-12:45 Plenary Session VI: Metastatic Breast Cancer
  Moderator: Carolyn Ricci Program Director, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade
  New Developments in Diagnosis and Treatments for Metastatic Breast Cancer
  Ruth O’Regan, MD, Professor, Chief, Hematology/Oncology Division, University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center
  Panel: Navigating Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer
  Moderator: Christine Benjamin, LMSW, Breast Cancer Program Director, SHARE

Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, University Distinguished Service Professor of Breast Cancer,
Professor of Surgery and Oncology Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine;
Administrative Director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer and Johns Hopkins Cancer Survivorship Programs - Retreat Manual (Sections I and II)   (Sections III and IV) 

Helen Palomino, MSW, LCSW Assistant Director, Cancer Resource Center of the Desert 

Ray Anne Evans Executive Director, Breast Cancer Resource Center

  Patient-Provider Communication - Dandelion project
  Christine Benjamin, LMSW Breast Cancer Program Director, SHARE
12:45PM Closing Comments
  Carolyn Ricci Program Director, Avon Breast Cancer Crusade