Real stories from the people shaping oncology care.

Working in Oncology is a podcast and video show that spotlights oncology practice staff and industry influencers sharing their stories, challenges, and advice. From nurses to practice managers and medical assistants to patient navigators, each guest discusses topics all across the spectrum of life and working in oncology.

Topics include counseling patients and their families, promoting clinical best practices, managing stress, and leaving work at work. Sharing this knowledge and inspiration gives the oncology community more opportunities to grow.

Latest Episodes

The Oncology Sales Ecosystem: How It Works & How It’s Changing with Richard Stein

In this episode, we talk about navigating the many industry representatives who may visit your oncology office with sales veteran Richard Stein.

Clinical Trials and the Patient Experience with Thomas Marron

In this episode, we talk about clinical trials and improving the patient's experience with Dr. Thomas Merron Director of Early Phase Trials Unit at the Tisch Cancer Institutee.

A Nonprofit Making Incredible Strides to Raise Survivorship in Nigeria

In this episode, we talk cancer policy advocacy and creating a cancer survivorship culture where non exists with Runcie C.W. Chidebe of Project Pink Blue.

How to Use Social Media to Take Back the Narrative of Health

In this episode, we discuss adding social media to your healthcare communications playbook with Dr. Don S. Dizon of Brown University.

The Quest to Standardize Oral Chemotherapy Care with Julianne Darling

In this episode, we discuss optimizing oral chemotherapy education for patients with Dr. Julianne Darling Manager of Clinical Initiatives at NCODA.

Career Planning in Healthcare With Dr. Joy Parchment

Ep 06 In this episode, we talk about career planning with Dr. Joy Parchment.

Oncology Worker & Cancer Survivor: Both Sides of the Fence with Lisa Carey

Working in oncology changes one's perspective completely when the caregiver also becomes the patient. In this episode we interview Lisa Casey at Broome Oncology, who says her experience has had a profound effect on her patient advocacy.

Self-Care Isn’t Selfish in Healthcare

In this episode, we talk about burnout and how to incorporate mindset training to bring our best selves to the workplace with Dr. Darin Davidson.

From Treating Individual Patients to Prostate Cancer Awareness

Dr. Benjamin Lowentritt discusses prostate cancer treatment, advocacy, and teaming up with ZERO, a national nonprofit whose mission is to end prostate cancer.

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