10th Annual National Conference on Work & Cancer
The 10th-year anniversary of our National Conference on Work & Cancer will be held virtually on Friday, June 19, 2020!
This free, online daylong conference explores the complexities of balancing treatment and recovery with employment and is open to patients, survivors, caregivers, healthcare professionals, employers/HR professionals and anyone else touched by cancer.
Complimentary CEUs/PDCs are available for nurses, social workers and HR professionals. For more information on accreditation, click here.
Note: This event was previously scheduled to be held at the CUNY Graduate Center in NYC. Due to COVID-19, the National Conference will be hosted virtually instead.
Friday, June 19, 2020
8:45 AM-5:00 PM Eastern Time
Please log/dial in 10-15 minutes prior
Webinar & phone options available
Login and dial-in info will be emailed to registrants
Registration is required. Click here to register.
- Disclosure & privacy
- Working through treatment
- Legal issues
- Job search
- Building confidence
- Setting boundaries
- Managing stress
- ...and more!
2020 Community Partners
Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program, American Urological Association, CancerCare, Cancer Hope Network, Cancer Support Community, Cervivor, Colorectal Cancer Alliance, Elephants and Tea, Family Reach, Gilda’s Club New York City, IHadCancer.com, Imerman Angels, International Myeloma Foundation, Lacuna Loft, Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Life with Cancer, LUNGevity, Lymphoma Research Foundation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Mount Sinai Health System, National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, New York Legal Assistance Group, The Oncofertility Consortium, OncoLink, Ronald McDonald House New York, The Samfund, SHARE, Sharsheret, Stupid Cancer, Tell Every Amazing Lady® About Ovarian Cancer, Testicular Cancer Foundation, Triage Cancer, True North Treks, Ulman Foundation, Weill Cornell Medicine, Young Survival Coalition