Pamela Boswell says that the AONN+ FFL certification is different from any other certification available to her and will help standardize the profession.
As a patient navigator, Casey MacDonald values that the AONN+ FFL certification is specifically targeted toward her unique skill set.
Dawn Deacon hopes her AONN+ FFL certification will illustrate that she is a highly trained, specialized navigator.
Katie Elliott explains why she decided to take the AONN+ FFL certification exam and why she believes patients will benefit from navigators becoming certified.
Video Library published on November 17, 2017 in Testimonials
Fresh off taking the Nurse Navigator Certification Exam, Leesa Mattingly shares her thoughts on the importance of certification to the profession and to herself.
Karen Marr sees value in becoming organ-specific certified because of the ever-changing cancer care landscape.
Karen Marr is hoping to inspire fellow navigators at her institution by being the first of her colleagues to become AONN+ FFL certified.
Jamie Harness feels AONN+ FFL certification provides validation for cancer programs and encourages organizations with cancer programs to support their navigators in becoming certified.
Roberta Gillis appreciates that AONN+ FFL offers certification that is just for oncology navigators.
Video Library published on May 3, 2017 in Testimonials
Watch conference attendee Lalonnie Hurliman discuss why becoming AONN+ FFL certified is important to her, her institution, and her patients.