2019 Breast Health Navigator Manual

The role of the Breast Health Navigator has evolved to meet the changing demands of breast healthcare. The complexity of breast health treatment and the growing demand for out-patient services requires a trained nurse case manager with the ability to increase patient outcomes and patient satisfaction while containing costs. The Breast Health Navigator serves as a consistent coordinator throughout the continuum of care assessing the physical, educational, psychological and social needs of the patient.

This manual provides instruction in all aspects of breast health. Readers receive the tools, knowledge and skills to immediately become an effective navigator and program coordinator.

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Manual Topics Include:

  • Navigator Role
  • Historical Overview
  • Statistics and Risk Factors
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Benign Breast Conditions
  • Diagnosis of Breast Disease
  • Breast Pain
  • Breast Discharge
  • Male Breast Disease
  • Hormones and Breast Disease
  • Understanding Breast Cancer
  • Navigator as Coach
  • Surgical Decisions
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Breast Cancer Treatment
  • Pregnancy and Breast Cancer
  • Fertility Issues
  • Recurrent Breast Cancer
  • Sexuality After Cancer
  • Hereditary Breast Cancer
  • Survivorship Challenges
  • Spiritual Needs
  • Terminal Patient
  • Support Programs
  • Survivorship Programs
  • Navigation Program Organization
  • Breast Center Marketing
  • EduCare Information

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Is the EduCare Breast Health Navigator training manual affiliated with other organizations that are certifying breast navigators?
Will the EduCare manual prepare me for the test to be certified by another organization?

EduCare is not affiliated with any other organizations providing certification nor are we acquainted with the test or requirements of these organizations.
If you plan to receive certification from an organization, it is recommended that you contact that organization for an understanding of their requirements.