Sharing the Knowledge: Minnesota
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Sharing the Knowledge: Minnesota

Sharing the Knowledge "Lunch & Learn Series" goals are to provide breast cancer survivors, spouses, family, friends, health care professionals and students with the latest advancements in the medical care for breast cancer.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/26/2019
When: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Where: Courtyard by Marriott St Paul Woodbury
185 Radio Dr
Woodbury, Minnesota  55125
United States
Contact: Klara Hartfiel
608-661-4178


Online registration is available until: 6/24/2019
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Sharing the Knowledge "Lunch & Learn Series" goals are to provide breast cancer survivors, spouses, family, friends, health care professionals and students with the latest advancements in the medical care for breast cancer.

Registration: This is a free series, we ask that you RSVP.

11:30 am Check In & Lunch

12:00 pm Welcome

  • Breast Cancer Recovery
  • Firefly Sisterhood
12:10 pm Finding meaning after a breast cancer diagnosis

Is cancer success simply being cancer free, or is it being cancer free AND returning to a pain-free, active lifestyle?

Mary’s current work is examining whether or not people see improvement in their sense of well-being as a result of participating in the Compass Course, an 8-session progressive course designed to provide participants with information, tools and support to empower them to reclaim a sense of purpose in daily life following breast cancer treatment.

Speaker: Mary Vining Radomski, PhD, OTR/L

Mary Vining Radomski is an Occupational Therapist and Senior Scientific Advisor at the Courage Kenny Research Center. She earned her doctorate in Educational Psychology (focus – learning and cognition) from the University of Minnesota and co-edits the widely used textbook, Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction with Dr. Catherine Trombly Latham. Her clinical work and writing of the past two decades have centered on cognitive assessment and intervention for adults with mild cognitive impairment. These interests inform her two primary programs of research: cognitive assessment and treatment of soldiers with mild traumatic brain injury and cancer patients.

1:30 pm Questions & Answers

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6180 Verona Road, Suite 300
Fitchburg, WI 53719
Phone: (608) 661-4178 
Email: info@bcrecovery.org