Monthly Patient Webinars

monthly patient webinars

Our monthly patient webinars are packed with trustworthy information about pressing topics within the colorectal cancer community. Each webinar is hosted by a distinguished member of the medical community, often an individual that serves on our Medical Advisory Board.

Webinars are designed to provide in-depth information about a range of topics that colorectal cancer patients and their families face. Our webinars are platform friendly and hosted online via industry leader Citrix GoToWebinar. Upon registration you’ll receive information about how to download the needed software; mobile apps are available for those on the go.

If you have any questions or suggestions about our webinars, please contact our Patient Resources program.

September’s Webinar:

Coping After a Cancer Diagnosis – What does this mean and how?

Coping after cancer – what does this mean and how can coping help you? Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with colorectal cancer or are managing side effects after treatment, you have been impacted greatly and life has likely changed.  Coping strategies can help you  regain a sense of control, and learn that there is always hope for an improved quality of life.  This webinar will touch on how to successfully integrate coping so you and your support team can face the road going forward.



Dr. Kristin Kilbourn, Ph.D., M.P.H

Kristin is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Colorado Denver.  She is a member of the University of Colorado Cancer Center and also holds an adjunct faculty position in the Division of Internal Medicine.  As a clinical health psychologist specializing in psychosocial oncology, Dr. Kilbourn has extensive training and experience in the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders in oncology patients. Her current research interests include the development and implementation of psychosocial interventions for cancer survivors and their families.  She currently serves on the leadership team for the Lance Armstrong Center of Excellence award and she has research funding through the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society and the Center for Disease Control.

Details:  Sept 15, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. EST

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