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Exercise Oncology: Guidelines and Implementation in the Healthcare Setting

Friday, May 13, 2022, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
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CEPA webinar
Registration is required before Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 5:00 PM
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This webinar will be held 1 pm to 2 pm EDT. The time shown elsewhere for this event might be adjusted to your local time zone.
This presentation will be held 1 pm to 2 pm EDT. The time shown elsewhere on this website for this event might be adjusted to your local time zone. Access to a recording of this event will be available to all who register for 3 months after the event.

Sami Mansfield, BA, ACSM-CPT, ACSM-CET & Sadie Engelken, MS, ACSM-CEP

ACSM CECs: 1 (one)

Current recommendations related to exercise and oncology clearly state that anyone with a cancer diagnosis should be meeting the recommendations for all adults in the U.S, yet the majority of individuals impacted by cancer (or their caregivers) fail to meet these guidelines at any point after a diagnosis. During this webinar you will learn about the latest guideline updates for individuals undergoing treatment as well as living with bone metastasis and hear from an author on how both of these guidelines were developed. On the implementation front, hear from a fellow CEP working in the oncology healthcare space on successful implementation strategies, communication with the oncology health care team, and ideas and strategies on how to create your place in this fast-growing field.

  1. Education on how to utilize new exercise guidelines in the cancer population - general recommendations, patients living with bone metastasis, and during treatment.
  2. Discuss implementation strategies for direct patient care - assessment and prescription.
  3. Understanding the CEP role in the exercise oncology setting and the importance of multidisciplinary communication      

Sami Mansfield, BA, ACSM-CPT, ACSM-CET: Sami is the founder of Cancer Wellness for Life, an organization focused on developing oncology wellness and exercise resources for hospital and healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies, non-profits and individuals impacted by cancer. Sami began her career in 2003 and is one of the first cancer exercise specialists and wellness experts in the world. Sami is also the Director of Oncology Wellness for the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HCA Midwest Health where she provides consulting services for program development and growth of this pilot program; one of the largest cancer programs in the United States. Sami is known for her program development and implementation skills as well as being an engaging and inspiring speaker. Her efforts impact delivery of wellness and exercise on the front lines of patient care to extended efforts with healthcare leaders, oncology organizations and policy makers. This focus represents both sides of the goal to make wellness and exercise part of the cancer care plan from the day of diagnosis.

Sadie Engelken, MS, ACSM-CEP: Sadie received her bachelor degrees from Simpson College in Exercise Science and Music, and her masters degree from Carroll University in Clinical Exercise Physiology. She is an ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist and is credentialed with Exercise is Medicine. Sadie’s clinical focus has provided her opportunities to work in a variety of settings across diverse clinical populations. She completed clinical internships at Mary Greeley Medical Center Cardiac Rehabilitation, the University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute, and the Duke Diet and Fitness Center. She has also worked at several hospital partnered, medically integrated gyms providing medical programming, group exercise, and personal training.
Currently, Sadie serves as an adjunct professor of Exercise Science for Cleveland University – Kansas City. However, her primary role is working as an Oncology Wellness Coordinator for Cancer Wellness for Life where she provide exercise consultation for the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HCA Midwest Health, as well as working on extended outreach efforts of education and resource development for topics such as wellness and exercise.