Nursing Education

We customize our workshops to achieve the learning objectives of nursing students and experienced professionals. Our interactive programs can be offered on-site or virtually.

Our seminars help nurses develop a thorough understanding of breast health to improve their patient education. We offer hour-long presentations that are appropriate for introductory classes or nursing clubs and honor societies. Our full-day training is best suited for clinical courses and medical professionals specializing in women’s health. All programs are free of charge and can be scheduled to meet the needs of the participants.

Hour-Long Program Objectives

  • Identify risk factors for breast cancer
  • Recognize lifestyle modifications which could
    lower breast cancer risk
  • Understand the methods of early detection
  • Perform the MammaCare® method of breast examination

Full-Day Program Objectives

  • Identify the anatomical structures of the breast and understand the stages of breast development
  • Recognize benign breast changes and breast cancer characteristics
  • Comprehend diagnostic and prognostic techniques, and treatment options
  • Understand breast cancer risk factors and inform patients of steps they can take to lower risk
  • Discuss the three components of early detection
    and perform the MammaCare® method of breast examination

Our Nursing Program Partners

  • Farmingdale State College
  • Hofstra University
  • Long Island University
  • Molloy University
  • St. Joseph’s College
  • Stony Brook University
  • Suffolk Community College
  • Touro College

Individuals Share Their Appreciation for Our Program

“Thank you for providing an invaluable workshop for my RN-BSN students…Your informational materials and delivery was perfect and engaged the students for the full 5 hour workshop. All of them were duly impressed with the information you shared surrounding breast cancer types, incidence and particularly the breast exam itself…This in-depth comprehensive workshop greatly added to the students’ repertoire of health promoting skills. It is my hope that they will take this newfound knowledge and make a difference for themselves personally, loved ones and their patients.”

—Monica Diamond-Caravella, Farmingdale State College Professor

“I like how the course kept me engaged throughout the presentation. I felt I was able to learn hands-on with having activities to do.”

—Sarah Weitman, Molloy College Nursing Student