KPPEPR - Kansas Patients and Providers Engaged in Prevention Research
iSURVIVE provides education about cancer survivorship to rural primary care practices and communities in Kansas. This project has two components:
1. Implementation of the iSURVIVE curriculum in primary care practices to explore the needs of cancer survivors, team-based strategies and resources;
2. A survivorship manual for patients to use in collaboration with their caregivers and providers.
KPPEPR offers a 4-session lunch and learn curriculum encourages primary care teams to identify existing roles and processes within the practice and apply them to the care of cancer survivors. Everyone in the practice has a role to play in helping cancer survivors navigate their health care. All are welcome to attend!
For more information, please contact:
or Dr. K. Allen Greiner
Last modified: Jan 09, 2019