Breast Cancer Forum

Registration for this event is sold out!

 

October 9, 2018
Valley River Inn
Eugene, OR

Lunch. Learn. Share.

Join Susan G. Komen Oregon & SW Washington for the Breast Cancer Forum! We welcome anyone interested – cancer survivors and fighters, support persons and community members, to discuss important topics related to health, reducing the risk of cancer recurrence, and survivorship. 

Schedule

11:30 AM-12:00 PM- Check in & networking

12:00 PM- Lunch & Presentation

1:00 PM – Q&A with Speaker

1:15 PM- Closing Remarks

Exercise Medicine for Breast Cancer:
Can Moving Save Your Life?

Registration for this event is sold out.
Live and recorded video of the keynote presentation will be available to watch on the Komen Oregon Facebook Page.

Keynote Speaker

Kerri Winters-Stone, PhD

Elnora E. Thompson Distinguished Professor, School of Nursing, Oregon Health & Science University
Co-Director, Knight Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program, Oregon Health & Science University
Research Professor, School of Nursing, Oregon Health & Science University
Program Co-leader, Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Knight Cancer Institute, Oregon Health & Science University

As an exercise scientist, Dr. Winters-Stone’s research focuses on the effects of cancer treatment on musculoskeletal health and cancer recurrence risk and the ability of exercise to improve health and longevity in cancer survivors. The long-term goal of her research is to develop prescriptive exercise programs for cancer survivors that meets their needs and preferences and optimizes their health outcomes.

Her research has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control, the Lance Armstrong Foundation, the American Cancer Society, Movember Foundation and the Susan G. Komen Oregon & SW Washington.  She has completed numerous randomized controlled exercise trials aimed to optimize body composition, physical function and survival in breast and prostate cancer survivors and recently completed the largest clinical exercise trial aimed to reduce falls among women cancer survivors. Dr. Winters-Stone is committed to translating her evidence-based interventions to the community and to survivors across the country. She has authored the book “Action Plan for Osteoporosis” which is part of the American College of Sports Medicine’s Action Plan series of evidence-based exercise guides for health and is leading a project sponsored by the Movember Foundation to develop an internet based tailored exercise program and support program to prostate cancer survivors across the US.


2017 Breast Cancer Forum
“Reducing Your Risk of Cancer Recurrence and Maximizing Your Quality of Life”
Michelle Niesley, ND, MS, FABNO, Clinic of Natural Medicine
Naturopathic Physician; Master of Evaluative Clinical Sciences; Fellow, American Board of Naturopathic Oncology

2016 Breast Cancer Forum
“Navigating Work and Cancer”
Rebecca Nellis, MPP, chief mission officer, Cancer and Careers / CEW Foundation
Followed by a panel discussion featuring:
  • Tammy Donahue, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, senior human resources generalist, Oregon Community Credit Union
  • Anne Gallagher, OCM/quality administrator, Willamette Valley Cancer Institute
  • Rebecca Nellis, MPP – chief mission officer, Cancer and Careers / CEW Foundation
  • Lisa Tucker, RN, CBCN – nurse navigator, Northwest Surgical Specialists

 

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