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Food and Fitness for the Cancer Survivor Webinar Registration

This webinar covers how food and fitness may impact cancer survivors and how to create a healthy plan post treatment, including how to to choose an appropriate food plan to coincide with a fitness program to decrease comorbidities. It will also cover how health care professionals can team up with their local exercise experts on managing post treatment side effects.

December 6, 2022
10am PT | 12pm CT | 1pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Course Level: Beginner

Meet our Experts

Presenting the Food and Fitness for the Cancer Survivor webinar are Shayna Komar, RD and Joel Hardwick, MS, ACSM CEP, EP-C, CET, EIM3

Accreditation Information

For professionals: profession-specific accreditation information, and other requirements.

Registration

Register for the Food and Fitness for the Cancer Survivor webinar directly below. To register for multiple 2022 Triage Cancer webinars at once, visit the main Webinar page.

Participants who need accommodations for a disability should email webinars@triagecancer.org.

Accreditation Information

During this live and interactive webinar, social workers, nurses, and board certified patient advocates in attendance obtain a better understanding of how food and fitness impacts cancer survivors. This webinar covers how food and fitness may impact cancer survivors and how to create a healthy plan post treatment, including how to choose an appropriate food plan to coincide with a fitness program to decrease comorbidities. It will also cover how health care professionals can team up with their local exercise experts on managing post treatment side effects.

This webinar will provide social workers, nurses, and other types of health care professionals with a foundation to help patients make decisions about their food and fitness choices and provide appropriate referrals. All attendees will have the opportunity to ask the speakers questions in real-time via a chat box.

Nurses

Triage Cancer is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Nurses who meet the requirements will be awarded 1.0 contact hour.

60 minutes of instruction/60 minutes = 1.0 contact hour

Social Workers

Triage Cancer, #1689, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Triage Cancer maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 08/26/2020 to 08/26/2023. Social workers completing this course receive 1.0 continuing education credit.

Triage Cancer is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0626. Social workers completing this course will receive 1.0 contact hour.

Board Certified Patient Advocates

Triage Cancer (Provider Code BCPA-ACE2006) Webinar ‘Food & Fitness for the Cancer Survivor’ is approved for 1 CE by the Patient Advocate Certification Board to satisfy the requirements for Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA). Program Approval Code BCPA-ACE2006.20221206.

Other Professionals

If you would like a general certificate of completion, you must indicate that when completing the webinar evaluation form. You must attend the entire event.

Evaluation forms are emailed after the webinar and are required for a certificate. You will also receive a post-test, which is not mandatory, but strongly encouraged.

Agenda

12:00-12:05pm Central – Welcome, Speaker Introduction

12:05pm-12:55pm Central – Overview of how food and fitness impacts cancer survivors and how to create a healthy plan post treatment

12:55pm–1:00pm Central – Questions

1:00-1:10pm Central – Post Test

Objectives

  • Attendees will be able to describe the benefits of being physically active as it relates to an appropriate survivorship care plan.
  • Attendees will be able to identify and recommend medical nutrition therapy and exercise strategies for the long term cancer survivor.
  • Attendees will be able to explain five take home fitness and exercise ideas that can be implemented by cancer survivors.

Requirements to Receive Credit (all professionals)

In order to receive CE/contact hour/PDC, attendees must register individually. Participants who “listen in” on another participant’s phone/computer will not be eligible for credit. Participants must attend the entire webinar. No partial credit will be given.

Post-test & Evaluation

Participants will be emailed a link to the online evaluation and post-test one DAY after the completion of the webinar and will have one week to complete both. Participants must receive a passing grade (80%) on the post-test to receive CE/contact hour (only required for nurses and social workers). Participants who do not pass the post-test will be given one opportunity to re-take the test. Instructions and a link to re-take the exam will be emailed to every participant who does not receive a passing grade on the post-test. If participants do not pass the post-test on the second attempt they will not receive credit.

Certificates

The relevant certificates will be emailed to eligible attendees within 4 weeks of the event.

Accreditation Questions or Grievances

Questions about Triage Cancer’s accreditation can be made by phone at424.456.4628 or via email at CE@TriageCancer.org. Complaints may be filed via fax (424) 258-7064, email CE@TriageCancer.org or by mail to 6348N. Milwaukee Ave. #136, Chicago, IL 60646.

While this educational program has received commercial support from the previously listed sponsors the content of the program has no relation to the commercial interest of the organization’s products or services.

System Requirements

Triage Cancer uses the Zoom platform to host its webinars. Please see Zoom's system requirements for more information.

An email will be sent to you after you register with additional login information.

Experts

Presenting the Food and Fitness for the Cancer Survivor webinar are Shayna Komar, RD, and Joel Hardwick, MS, ACSM CEP, EP-C, CET, EIM3.

Shayna Komar

Shayna Komar, RD
Registered and Licensed Dietitian

Shayna Komar, RD, is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian based in Atlanta, Georgia. She completed her undergraduate degree in Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise at Virginia Tech and her dietetic internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Shayna currently contracts with Cancer Wellness of Piedmont Hospital where she provides individual nutrition counseling, cooking classes and group lectures for cancer patients and caregivers. She was the proud recipient of the 2006 Distinguished Dietitian of the Year Award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. In 2019, Shayna was one of the “Top 10 Dietitians of the Year” from Today’s Dietitian. She is on the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic Speakers' Bureau for oncology dietitians and speaks all over the country. Shayna has been featured as a nutrition expert on Fox News Atlanta, CNN Accent Health, WSBTV Radio, and most recently, 11Alive Atlanta and Company. She writes weekly with her colleague, Chef Nancy Waldeck, on their blog living and eatingwell.com and she's an avid fitness enthusiast who has been teaching group fitness classes for 20 years.

Joel Hardwick

Joel Hardwick, MS, ACSM CEP, EP-C, CET, EIM3
Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Joel Hardwick is a clinical exercise physiologist, cancer exercise trainer, and brain health ambassador based in Atlanta, Georgia. Joel received his graduate degree in Exercise Science from Georgia State University and has over 5‐years of experience working with patients who have a stable or unstable chronic disease. Joel currently works for Piedmont Atlanta Hospital where he has a unique interest in exercise oncology. His work currently centers on prehabilitation and rehabilitation interventions for pancreas, prostate, lung, and breast cancer patients.

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