Through Triage Cancer’s Speakers Bureau, cancer centers, hospitals, cancer organizations, and other groups that are coordinating educational events can be connected with expert speakers on various cancer survivorship issues.
Triage Cancer’s Speakers Bureau also includes cancer survivors and caregivers who have experience sharing their cancer journey with a variety of audiences. If you are planning an event, it is a good idea to request speakers as early as possible. Some of our speakers are often booked months in advance.
Triage Cancer can also assist in the comprehensive coordination of educational events, in addition to providing speakers on specific topics.
Below you can learn more about each speaker, sort speakers by particular areas of expertise, and read about potential topics that you may want to include in your next event!
Dr. Susan Hong is a board-certified internist who currently runs the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program at the University of Chicago. Since 2002, Dr. Hong has been a key member of the Program for Personalized Health and Prevention, a program that features comprehensive full-day physical exams and tailored recommendations for optimal health. In addition to the Program for Personalized Health and Prevention and the Breast Cancer Survivorship Program, she sees patients in the Primary Care Group.
Dr. Hong’s research interests focus on cancer survivorship especially as it relates to other chronic health conditions. She currently serves on the national advisory board for the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization and is a member of the University of Chicago Cancer Research Center.
In addition to clinical care and research, Dr. Hong’s other activities include teaching and providing mentorship to both medical students and internal medicine residents. She regularly speaks on various topics related to both women’s health and cancer survivorship to health professionals and has served on various committees both within the University of Chicago and externally.
Topics: Caregiver Support; Clinical Assessments; Health Disparities; Late Term Side Effects; and Survivorship Care Planning.