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As they face the challenges of a cancer diagnosis, patients and their loved ones turn to you for support – even when that means help with personal needs, like knowing what to eat and finding ways to cope with emotional stress. At Lilly Oncology, we’ve worked closely with care teams across the country to develop resources designed to support you as you strive to provide the best care possible.
There are millions of untold cancer stories happening every day. Through Lilly Oncology on Canvas, people living with cancer – and those who care for them – tell their stories through creativity, and these stories may help bring comfort and support to others affected by cancer.
If you would like to display Lilly Oncology on Canvas artwork at your clinic or other event, please reach out to your local sales specialist, or call 1-800-LillyRx (1-800-545-5979).
Team communication in the patient-care environment is more critical than ever. In continuation of our commitment to support you as you provide the best possible patient care, we’ve partnered with EDI Institute™ to design an interactive program experience, Lilly Moments.
In a Lilly Moments session, care teams transform pictures into personalized images, facilitating conversation around themes of teamwork, connection, and resilience.
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Lilly Oncology knows patients turn to you for support every day. That’s why we’ve developed Advancing Cancer Care Today (ACCT), an interactive educational speaker program series designed to help healthcare providers enhance patient care. Please contact your local sales specialist to learn more about ACCT and to schedule a program for your office.
This program is designed to help participants enhance patient care by focusing on patient-centered communication functions and skills that can be effectively employed in various types of patient encounters in the cancer-care setting.
This presentation is designed to help participants enhance patient care by improving their ability to address and discuss eating and diet behaviors with patients.