LBBC’s Young Women’s Initiative will be holding its second webinar for healthcare providers on Tuesday, September 10th from Noon–1 p.m. EST. The webinar entitled, “Bring it up! How To Talk With Your Young Breast Cancer Patients About Sex,” will feature Anne Katz, RN, PhD. This webinar seeks to equip healthcare providers with the skills to address the sexual health concerns of young women affected by breast cancer. Register to participate!
This free webinar for will help healthcare providers
- understand common sexual challenges young women affected by breast cancer face and possible solutions to these common problems.
- learn about unique sex and intimacy needs of young women affected by breast cancer.
- explore strategies for how to ask young patients about their sexual health and function, including two evidence-based models for addressing sexuality with young patients.
Continuing education credits (CEC) are available for social workers and nurses. The CEC fee will be waived for the first 30 social workers and nurses who register for the program!
The first Young Women’s Initiative webinar for healthcare providers, “Understanding the Unique Needs of Young Women,” was held in May 2013 and featured Kimlin Ashing-Giwa, PhD, Stacy Lewis and Elyse Spatz Caplan, MA, as speakers. The May webinar had 279 participants. The majority of the participants reported increased knowledge based on participation and 71% were very likely to recommend LBBC programs to the women they work with based on their participation in the webinar. If you would like to download the podcast and view the presentation of the May webinar, click here.