Lorna had the privilege of sharing her story at the 2020 OWIN International Women’s Day event in Woodstock on March 4, 2020. Lorna’s Story is available on the CAPO website at https://www.copingwithcancer.ca/submit-story
As part of the CAPO Patients Included initiative, Lorna was proud to be selected as a recipient of a family advocate award for the 21st IPOS conference in Banff, Alberta. Lorna was present to share Shan’s Story, her journey and advocacy work on AYA cancer palliative care issues, recommendations and strategies.
Team Shan will be hosting mini breast cancer awareness campaigns October-November 2019 across Canada including Halifax, London, Woodstock, Waterloo, Temiskaming, North Bay, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg and Calgary during Breast Cancer Action Month…follow Team Shan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram…visit teamshan.ca 🙂
Lorna will be presenting on young adult palliative care issues, recommendations and strategies at the annual Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Conference in Kanata, ON on September 21st and the International Psycho-Oncology Society/Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology World Congress of Psycho-Oncology in Banff, AB on Wednesday, September 25th!! Lorna is honoured to have been selected for a family advocate scholarship for attending the international conference in Banff!
February 4th, World Cancer Day launch of the LivingOutLoud social media campaign, sharing 100 stories in 100 days. These are the stories of our http://Livingoutloud.life contributors, their stories are unscripted, unfiltered and unforgettable. Living Out Loud is an AYA cancer online resource supporting young adults with cancer, their family, friends and health care providers. Team Shan is proud to be a partner!!