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OsteoBites Welcomes David Poplack, MD and Ellen Shohet, MN, RD
Osteosarcoma Webinar Series: David Poplack, MD and Ellen Shohet, MN, RN of "Passport for Care". We will talk about the critical need of Survivorship Care Planning and how Passport for Care Portal can help osteosarcoma families. After a short presentation we will take questions from attendees. Share your questions in advance with us at Ann@MIBAgents.org or with panelist Amanda Levine.

Jul 16, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Shohet, MN, RN @Passport for Care
Ellen is the Nurse Navigator for the Passport for Care Survivor Website www.cancersurvivor.passportforcare.org . She joined the Passport for Care team in 2014. after completing a graduate certificate in instructional design, working in medical education for McKesson, several years as nursing faculty, and as a pediatric oncology nurse practitioner in bone marrow transplantation and solid tumors. Ellen brings years of experience in pediatric oncology to the Passport for Care Survivorship portal where she assists over 140 participating pediatric oncology clinics and over 40,000 enrolled childhood cancer survivors worldwide to obtain access to and maximally employ the Passport for Care for optimal Survivorship care.
David Poplack, MD
Director, Global Hematology-Oncology Pediatric Excellence @Texas Children's Hospital & Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. David Poplack is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of pediatric oncology and served as Director of Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers for 25 years. Under his leadership, Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers grew exponentially. In 2018, Dr. Poplack transitioned to serve as Associate Director of the Cancer and Hematology Centers and to become Director of Global Hematology-Oncology Pediatric Excellence (HOPE), a comprehensive capacity building program aimed at improving pediatric cancer treatment in sub-Saharan Africa. Global HOPE is building Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Centers of Excellence in 7 sub-Saharan African countries. He is the developer of the Passport for Care®, an interactive website that addresses the need to provide long-term survivors of childhood cancer and their caregivers with screening guidelines and resources individualized to the survivor’s treatment history.