Patient navigator training in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

@inproceedings{FernandesRitabelle2014PatientNT,
  title={Patient navigator training in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.},
  author={FernandesRitabelle and RiklonSheldon and R LangidrikJustina and N WilliamsShellie and KabuaNeiar},
  year={2014}
}
Dear Editors: Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and is, in part, a consequence of 12 years of U.S. nuclear testing.1 There are numerous barriers to cancer prevention and treatment which include limited resources, poverty, low health literacy, cultural orientation on fatalism regarding cancer, lack of transportation, and challenges in seeking off-island referrals. The RMI Ministry of Health (MOH), National Comprehensive Cancer… CONTINUE READING