#LCSM Chat Topic 1-Apr-2021: Tell Us What You Want — We’re Listening

#LCSM Chat began almost eight years ago.  Since then, lung cancer screening, diagnosis, care, and treatment options — as well as social media platforms — have changed dramatically.  The #LCSM Chat team decided it was time to make some changes of our own.  

Our first change is a happy announcement:  please join us in welcoming medical oncologist Charu Aggarwal, MD, MPH (@CharuAggarwalMD) to the #LCSM Chat Moderator Team! Charu is the Leslye M. Heisler Associate Professor for Lung Cancer Excellence at Penn Medicine

Our second change is a survey of #LCSM Chat participants to learn more who participates in our chats and to help the #LCSM Chat team plan to serve the lung cancer community more effectively.  This survey will take about 5 minutes.  

The third change is integrated into #LCSM Chat on Thursday, April 1, at 8 pm Eastern Time (5 pm Pacific).  Tell us what you want from #LCSM Chat!  Moderator Timothy Craig Allen, MD, JD, FCAP (@TimAllenMDJD)  will lead our discussion of these questions:

  • T1. How we can better serve #LCSM patients, families and caregivers?
  • T2. How we can better serve #LCSM healthcare providers and other stakeholders?
  • T3. What topics would be most interesting in future chats?

Please join us, and bring your experiences and wisdom! Remember to include #LCSM in ALL your tweets so the other chat participants can see them. You can read a primer on participating in the chat here. We look forward to chatting with you!

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