Cordella Lyon: Hepatitis B and C: Prevalence and Care with Dr Matthew Andrews

Cordella Lyon: Hepatitis B and C: Prevalence and Care with Dr Matthew Andrews

Hepatitis B and C: Prevalence and Care with Dr Matthew Andrews By Cordella Lyon, RN About 3.5 million Americans are currently living with Hepatitis C, and half are unaware of their infection. With Routine Screening and Linkage to Care we can end HCv by 2030. Get Tested! Like what you heard? More from Cordella Lyon […]

Cordella Lyon: Caring Connections Podcast with HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon

Cordella Lyon: Caring Connections Podcast with HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon

Caring Connections Podcast with HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon By Cordella Lyon, RN HPHR Fellow Cordella Lyon discusses matters of public health and HIV with representatives from Caring Connections, Houston, TX. Like what you listened? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin-in Youtube

Cordella Lyon: HIV 40 Years Later: Interview with Helen Turner

Cordella Lyon: HIV 40 Years Later: Interview with Helen Turner

HIV 40 Years Later: Interview with Helen Turner By Cordella Lyon, RN 40 years after the first diagnosed case of HIV, advocay and public policy have led the progress in treatment and care. From treatment cocktails to one pill a day. Like what you heard? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon […]

Cordella Lyon: Life By Proxy: Interview with Greg Schwartz

Cordella Lyon: Life By Proxy: Interview with Greg Schwartz

Life By Proxy: Interview with Greg Schwartz By Cordella Lyon, RN Cordella Lyon discusses the importance of Living Wills and Healthcare Proxies with Chaplain Greg Schwartz Like what you listened? More from Cordella Lyon here. Stay Connected with Cordella Lyon Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin-in Youtube

Brian Shim discusses the burden of stigma in lung cancer

Brian Shim shares an overview of lung cancer, screening, and disparities

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Smoking, Stigma, and Screening Previously on Screen the Lungs!, we have focused on several of the logistical barriers that many patients face in receiving screening and how to address them. In today’s blog, I will discuss a different side of making a decision to screen, focusing on the emotional […]

Brian Shim and Dr. Chris Lathan discuss engaging community-academic partnerships for lung cancer screening

Dr Latham

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Creating Community-Academic Partnerships to Promote Lung Cancer Screening Previously on Screen the Lungs!, we’ve discussed many patient-level strategies to improve lung cancer screening initiatives. Today, I will focus on healthcare systems, and how systems from multiple levels can work together to improve screening outcomes.  Developing and running a robust lung […]

Brian Shim discusses policy approaches to improve national lung cancer screening

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Advocating for Policy that Supports Lung Cancer Screening Today on Screen the Lungs!, we will brainstorm some of the policy approaches that cancer care and health equity advocates can adopt to bolster high-level federal support of lung cancer screening programs. We Need to Make Lung Cancer Screening Coverage Mandatory! […]

Brian Shim and Dr. Candice Carpenter discuss the role of trust and racism in oncology

Dr Carpenter

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Trust and Mistrust – the role of implicit bias and discrimination in medicine and cancer care Previously on Screen the Lungs!, we discussed the multi-level barriers to Lung Cancer Screening (LCS), as well as some of the challenges at the patient-to-provider level that can marginalize patients. One particularly pressing […]