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Johns Hopkins Medicine Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute 2024 Virtual Grand Rounds

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Please join us for important updates from Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute leaders, hosted by Dr. David McConkey, Director of the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute. The program consists of one-hour Zoom webinars focused on engaging the broader bladder cancer community, including patients, families, and our advocates. The webinars will consist of presentations with slides lasting approximately 20-25 minutes followed by 40 minute conversational question and answer opportunities to chat with experts. Zoom links will be shared in advance of each session. 

Spare Me September 10, 2024 - September 10, 2024   04:00:00 PM - 05:00:00 PM

Join urologic surgeons and members of the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute - Dr. Armine Smith and Dr. Max Kates for an informative session on new thinking about Bladder Cancer surgery with a specific emphasis on nerve and organ sparing techniques for bladder cancer patients.

Help me Rhonda and DebbieUnsung Heroes: The Nurses that Care for Bladder Cancer Patients October 8, 2024 - October 8, 2024   04:00:00 PM - 05:00:00 PM

A guided conversation with Hopkins’ nurses Rhonda Sewell, MSN, RN, WOCN and Debbie Schwartz, RN, BSN, OCN, MBA on the role of nurses in the pre and post op bladder cancer care – how they care for patients, and the indispensable tips and advice they share with patients and families.

Bone health, Urinary Diversions and Bladder Cancer  November 12, 2024 - November 12, 2024   04:00:00 PM - 05:00:00 PM

Urinary diversions, cancer treatments and chemotherapy are known to cause adverse changes to bone and metabolic health. Dr. Kendall Moseley, Clinical Director of the Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism and Medical Director of the Johns Hopkins Metabolic Bone and Osteoporosis Center will share insights and expertise on how patients can keep their bodies strong given a cancer diagnosis.

I Wish I Had Asked That!  December 10, 2024 - December 10, 2024   04:00:00 PM - 05:00:00 PM

Join Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Service Professor of Breast Cancer Lillie Shockney, R.N., M.A.S., HON-ONN-CG with Greenberg Institute Co-Founder Stephanie Cooper Greenberg for a lively conversation about how to be a better patient and ask the right questions. 

Lillie is recognized across the cancer field, especially for her work in navigation, survivorship, patient-centered care, preservation of quality of life, end-of-life planning and care, improving the cancer patient’s experience, and clinical outcomes.  As a breast cancer survivor, she will share how to empower our community to ask the right questions for better outcomes.

 Event Date
Tuesday, September 10, 2024
Start Time: 4:00pm EDT
End Time: 5:00pm EDT

 Contact
School of Medicine
4103616391
BladderCancer@jhmi.edu

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