NorthShore University HealthSystem program gives new LIFE to cancer survivors
Chicago Area Cancer Survivors Benefit from $50,000 Lance Armstrong Foundation Grant Awarded to NorthShore University HealthSystem
Caring for Cancer Survivors - May 2014
Cancer Survivorship Programs and interviews from the ACP physicians who direct them, Dr. Carol A. Rosenberg amongst them
Comcast Newsmakers CNN Headline News
Locally televized interview with Carol Rosenberg, M.D., Director of Living in the Future (LIFE), introducing the Cancer Survivorship Program.
2012 Donor Impact Report
A new chapter for the LIFE Program
ONS Connect - "Life after Cancer"
Carol Flanagan, RN, MSN, OCN, clinical coordinator of Living in the Future Cancer Survivorship Program, talks about the value of care summaries in helping patients move forward after treatment.
Medill Reports: Chicago - " 'From Both Ends of the Stethoscope,' Doctor Helps Cancer Survivors Plan for the Future"
Dr. Carol A. Rosenberg's life - from clinical experience to research experience to personal experience as the mother of a childhood cancer survivor - all seem to have perfectly prepared her to create and direct the ground-breaking Living in the Future (LIFE) Cancer Survivorship program.
Community Benefits Report 2009 - "HealthSystem Supports Cancer Survivors"
A NorthShore University HealthSystem patient discovers how to cope after breast cancer through the LIFE program.
Sheridan Road Magazine - "Bridging the Gap"
Sheridan Road Helen Hackett of Deerfield was diagnosed with cancer in March of 2006. Prior to even having her surgery, she was approached by Carol Rosenberg, M.D., at the health club in Bannockburn about a program that would help Helen with her recovery.
Association of Community Cancer Centers Oncology Issues Supplement - "Living in the Future Cancer Survivorship Program"
The Living in the Future (LIFE) Program provides continued care for post-treatment cancer survivors, facilitating a smoother transition from the oncology specialty care environment back to the community, the family, and the primary care setting.
Connections Magazine June/July 2008 - "Empathy for Patients"
Specialized oncology nurse Carole H. Martz, RN, MSN, AOCN, talks about her enduring relationships with cancer survivors, what it takes to prevent cancer reoccurrence and how to help cancer survivors regain their normal lives.
Connections Magazine Dec/Jan 2007 - "Living For Tomorrow"
A dynamic creative director at an advertising agency, Arlene Wanetick was 51 years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “Initially I didn’t really know what I would need,” she said. “It’s not part of your consumer set to know. I just had to go on instinct, gut and faith.”
Women & Cancer Magazine - "Surviving and Thriving After Cancer Treatment"
Specialized centers dedicated to the long-term health and well-being of cancer survivors are joining forces with the Lance Armstrong Foundation to set standards of excellence in survivorship care.
North Shore Magazine - "Back to the Future"
Dr. Carol Rosenberg swims — even in winter — in a heated outdoor pool in Bannockburn. She and her clinical coordinator, Carole Martz, are avid proponents of exercise to keep cancer survivors healthy as part of a program Rosenberg founded for the community.
Pilot Winter 2007 - "Lance Armstrong Foundation Grant Benefits NorthShore University HealthSystem Cancer Survivorship Program"
NorthShore University HealthSystem received a $50,000 Community Program grant from the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) to help implement a unique program called Living in the Future (LIFE). LIFE assists cancer survivors as they transition from cancer treatment to living in the future.
NorthShore University HealthSystem 2007 Annual Report
“Care that is by the community, for the community,” is how Carol A. Rosenberg, MD, describes the essence of the unique cancer survivorship program she directs at NorthShore University HealthSystem.
NorthShore University HealthSystem 2006-2007 Community Benefit Report
A 2006 grant from the Lance Armstrong Foundation Community Survivorship Program—the first such grant awarded to an area hospital—helped Highland Park Hospital implement the Living in the Future (LIFE) Cancer Survivorship Program.