Webinars

BrainBaseline CARE: Cognitive Assessment Platform Study

This webinar featured Joan Severson, President of Digital Artefacts, who conducted the "ReFLECT" and "BrainBaseline CARE" studies, which were supported by the Love Research Army. Ms. Severson discusses the study results and answers questions from Dr. Susan Love and webinar attendees.

Financial Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment Study

This webinar featured Dr. Rachel Greenup, the Principal Investigator of the study titled, "Financial Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment Study," which was supported by the Love Research Army. Dr. Greenup discusses the study results and answers questions from Dr. Susan Love and webinar attendees.

Development of Fit2Thrive: A Technology-Supported Physical Activity Intervention

This webinar featured Dr. Siobhan Phillips, the Principal Investigator of the studies titled, "Designing With Dissemination in Mind: Optimization of a mHealth Physical Activity Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors (OPT-ACT)" and "Fit2Thrive" studies, which were supported by the Love Research Army. Dr. Phillips discusses the results of the studies and answers questions from Dr. Susan Love and webinar attendees.

Evaluating Patient Reported Outcomes in Breast Cancer

The webinar featured Dr. Dunya Atisha, MD, the Principal Investigator for the study, "Evaluating Patient Reported Outcomes in Breast Cancer," which was supported by the Love Research Army. The overall goal of this study was to learn about the impact of breast-conserving surgery/lumpectomy, mastectomy, and mastectomy with breast reconstruction on a woman's quality of life, general health care experience, and satisfaction with care and outcomes. The research team needed women who underwent surgical treatment for ANY type of breast cancer, including LCIS, DCIS and Stage IV metastatic...

About the Love Research Army and Young Women's Breast Cancer Programs

Interested in using the Army of Women to recruit for your breast research study but not sure how to get started? Considering an upcoming RFP but have never heard of the Army of Women? The Army of Women has more than 371,000 people (~70% without a history of breast cancer) from throughout the country, eager to hear about YOUR study. The Love/Avon Army of Women (AOW) is excited to provide an opportunity for researchers to learn more about the AOW initiative AND hear from Jennifer Ivanovich, MS, a researcher recruiting for her study via the AOW. Learn how Ms. Ivanovich and her co-PI, Dr....

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