Breast Cancer Care Patient Navigation

Globally, breast cancer is the most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among women (WHO, n.d.). Women in low-and-middle-income countries are disproportionately affected by breast cancer, due to inequities in breast health care.

RAD-AID is proud to have collaborated with Breast Course for Nurses (BCN), a South African non-profit, on an open-source publication for healthcare workers in low-resource settings that provide breast care navigation so that individuals are referred for timely access to diagnostic and treatment options. This resource addresses the WHO Global Breast Cancer Initiative’s pillars of Health Promotion for Early Detection, Timely Diagnosis, and Comprehensive Breast Cancer Management (WHO, 2022) by providing guidance to healthcare workers for improving breast health outcomes.

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*** Please note that the guide and associated content are for educational purposes only and that all educational material in this guide does not constitute clinical guidelines or convey licensure/certifications of any kind. Users of the content, not RAD-AID or BCN, are solely responsible for their management and delivery of all diagnostic, clinical, and treatment-related medical, surgical or other health services delivered to their patients.