Lung Cancer Patient Education

Patient education delivered for all learning styles can lead to a better understanding of your cancer diagnosis and the many options available to you in your journey toward survivorship. Shared decision-making between providers and patients has been shown to improve health outcomes.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, as well as a a Celgene Patient Advocacy Sponsorship, A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation (ABOH) was able to partner with Mechanisms in Medicine (MIM) to develop and implement this interactive, highly visual, evidence-based e-learning web resource for lung cancer patients and their families.

The Animated Patient’s Guide to Lung Cancer is unique because it delivers information in easy-to-digest segments for different learning styles. For some, auditory input is most valuable; others rely upon a visual style.  Whether the user of this product is a college grad or fifth grade student, they will learn about the diagnosis and thereby be better prepared to participate in discussions about treatment and care.

Patients with lung cancer have innumerable unmet needs and care gaps. A Breath of Hope’s goal is to educate, inform, ease the burden of disease, provide practical decision tools and support patients and their caregivers during the journey.

LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR LUNG CANCER DIAGNOSIS:

We are pleased to offer you an Animated Patient’s Guide to Lung Cancer in Español

EXPERT VIDEOS

Understanding Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer; Presented by Pasi Janne, MD, PhD, Scientific Professor, Farber Cancer Institute:

Understanding Small Cell Lung Cancer; Presented by Pasi Janne, MD, PhD, Scientific Professor, Farber Cancer Institute:

Diagnosis and Staging of Lung Cancer; Presented by Pasi Janne, MD, PhD, Scientific Professor, Farber Cancer Institute and Shandra Blackmon, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Mayo Clinic:

Treatment and Management of Lung Cancer; Presented by Pasi Janne, MD, PhD, Scientific Professor, Farber Cancer Institute and Shandra Blackmon, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Mayo Clinic:

Biomarker Testing and Targeted Therapy in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer; Presented by Robert Winn, MD, Director, VCW Massey Cancer Center:

Here is an excerpt of one of the videos you can find in the animated program: