The HPFPNI Patient Navigation Program is an intensive 2-day in person training program that includes 10 modules, plus practicum (patient interaction) and case studies. Grounded in nearly 20 years of experience and viewed as the "gold standard" in patient navigation, the program emphasizes the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Model, as well as information, standards, and principles on how participants can tailor the program to meet their organization's and/or community's specific needs.
The curriculum, taught by the foremost experts in patient navigation, including Dr. Freeman, is multi-faceted, comprehensive, and interactive. It includes practical experience and reflects on a combination of extensive, best practice research and information. The program focuses on cancer as the primary navigation disease, but is also applicable to other chronic disease categories to include mental health, infectious disease, diabetes, and heart disease. Specifically, the program supports:
Upon successful completion, students earn a Certificate of Completion signed by Dr. Freeman.
The HPFPNI is also a lifelong alumni community of practice network committed to the global development and education of patient navigation. This network extends past academic completion, providing continuous resources, training, and support.
Cost for the HPFPNI Patient Navigation Program is $995/person. Please call 1-646-380-4060 for information on our onsite program costs.
Important characteristics of patient navigators include: compassion, intelligence, great communication skills, and cultural sensitivity.
The Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute is currently accepting student applications for its upcoming classes. Classroom space is limited, so act today.
To check available dates and to apply, click here, or call 1-646-380-4060 to learn more.Upcoming dates are:
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