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ACCC education and advocacy support offers our multidisciplinary membership a variety of diverse and enriching resources that address the complex changes and challenges in delivering quality cancer care.

Our ever-growing ACCC community of nearly 30,000 practitioners and healthcare professionals have access to member-driven education programs delivered in a wide range of formats. These formats include live national and regional meetings, webinars, workshops, publications, white papers, case studies, surveys, environmental scans, and literature reviews, as well as onsite learning opportunities, peer-to-peer learning, focus groups, and more.

ACCC members are invited to get involved. Contact us at to learn more.

Webinars & E-Learning

The ACCCeLearning platform provides multidisciplinary education and resources that support the different needs of our members. With a variety of flexible online learning options that fit individual learning preferences, you have your choice of in-depth courses or shorter learning formats to gain quick knowledge.

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Presentations and Abstracts

ACCC presents oral and poster presentations that represent the spectrum of cancer care at international conferences throughout the year.

  • Enhancing Coordination around Cancer Biomarker and Hereditary Genetic Testing among Members of the Multidisciplinary Care Team
    [Abstract] Enhancing Coordination around Cancer Biomarker and Hereditary Genetic Testing among Members of the Multidisciplinary Care Team Presented at The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) 2022 Annual Meeting,  September 7-9, 2022. 
  • Using Real-World Data to Assess Variations in Cost and Healthcare Utilization for Patients Diagnosed with Bladder Cancer
    [Abstract e18815] Using Real-World Data to Assess Variations in Cost and Healthcare Utilization for Patients Diagnosed with Bladder Cancer This is a visual representation of an online publication from the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2022 Annual Meeting, June 3 - 7, 2022.
  • 2022_ASCO_Annual_Meeting_Poster_Abstracte18599
    [Abstract e18599] Assessing Feasibility and Utility of an Implicit Bias Training Program for Addressing Disparities in Cancer Clinical Trial Participation  

Oncology Issues

Oncology Issues is the official journal of the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC). As one of the only non-clinical, programmatic journals covering cancer, Oncology Issues provides “how-to” articles for the entire multidisciplinary oncology care team, on a wide range of topics.


Home as a New Site of Care for Acutely Ill Patients with Cancer

By Amanda Patton

An interview with Kathi Mooney, PhD, RN, FAAN, about the Huntsman at Home model, including development and implementation of Symptom Care at Home, an automated remote monitoring platform system that allows patients to proactively call into the cancer program daily and report on their symptoms.

Also in This Issue:

  • Delivering Hospital-Level Acute Care at Home: Learning from Huntsman at Home
    This program delivers intensive hospital-level care to eligible patients in their own homes through a care team that includes oncology nurse practitioners, home health registered nurses, and allied healthcare staff.
  • Anti-Cancer Therapy Privileging for Oncology Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
    APPs able to sign anti-cancer therapy orders practice at the top of their license and can help free up physician time to see more new patients, streamline clinic workflows, and improve the patient experience.
  • All of Me: Bridging the Sexual Health Communication Gap in Cancer Care
    To fill a gap that exists in patient education, Veronika Kolder, MD, and cancer survivor Erin Sullivan-Wagner, co-developed the All of Me project to underscore the importance of sexual healthcare to comprehensive cancer care.
  • Living Well After Cancer
    This pilot study aimed to determine the efficacy of a community-based wellness program offered to patients outside of the clinical setting.
  • Coping with COVID-19 in Patients with Lung Cancer
    This study examined the coping strategies and psychosocial well-being of patients with lung cancer facing multiple stressors, primarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • ACCC 2021 Financial Advocacy Network Summit
    At the 2021 Association of Community Cancer Centers Financial Advocacy Summit, members discussed three critical issues surrounding financial advocacy: screening for risk of financial distress; advocating for equitable cancer care; and defining the scope of financial navigation and advocacy services.
  • A Multidisciplinary Consortium to Advance Genetic Counseling in Oncology
    The Iowa Oncology Society launched an educational project designed to spark conversations, and raise awareness about the importance of genetic testing, counseling, and screening.
  • Making the Business Case for Hiring an Oncology Pharmacist
    With an aging U.S. population and a projected shortage of medical oncologists, oncology pharmacists and the critical support they provide in the management of patient symptoms and comorbidities is more important than ever.


  • Highlights from the CY 2023 MPFS and HOPPS Proposed Rules


  • Coastal Cancer Center, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


  • Fertility Preservation for Women with Cancer

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