Managing Cancer at Work is Making New Strides

Managing Cancer at Work is Making New Strides

We’re excited to tell you about the updates we are making to improve your Managing Cancer at Work employee benefit.

Work Stride: Your Gateway

Whether you want to understand and manage your cancer risk factors, navigate your treatment, help care for a loved one with cancer, or better manage your staff member, the Johns Hopkins Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work program is your gateway to information and support for managers, caregivers and those in treatment.

Work Stride: Your Web Portal

The newly designed Work Stride online portal is more streamlined and intuitive.

Know what you’re looking for? Use the new search feature to get directly to where you want to go.

Prefer to explore a wider range of information? Topics have been restructured and are easier to navigate. With one click, managers and caregivers can more easily find valuable resources.

There are shortcuts to information about cancer-related finances, legal issues and navigating treatment while continuing to work.

And the web portal now features more information about cancer types, treatment options and screening and prevention including an enhanced, customized Screening Tool and a

Work Stride: Your Oncology Nurse Navigator

You’ve always been able to communicate with a nurse navigator 24/7 through phone and email. Now, you can also use video and text messaging to get the support and guidance you need at each stage of the cancer journey.

And all Johns Hopkins workplace oncology nurse navigators are certified by the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators.

Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work
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