9 episodes

The Talking Circle was created by the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research (CICR) at Roswell Park to highlight the many discussions and contributions to indigenous knowledge, science and research made by our team, as well as our partners and community leaders. We’re bringing the conversations about cancer and prevention from the laboratories, offices, and classrooms to our Indigenous communities.

The Talking Circle Podcast CICR at Roswell Park

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The Talking Circle was created by the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research (CICR) at Roswell Park to highlight the many discussions and contributions to indigenous knowledge, science and research made by our team, as well as our partners and community leaders. We’re bringing the conversations about cancer and prevention from the laboratories, offices, and classrooms to our Indigenous communities.

    Episode 9: Dr. Michelle Huyser, a Navajo surgical oncologist fellow at Roswell Park

    Episode 9: Dr. Michelle Huyser, a Navajo surgical oncologist fellow at Roswell Park

    In this episode of the Talking Circle we introduce Dr. Michelle Huyser who is at the end of her two-year surgical oncology fellowship here at Roswell Park. Dr. Huyser describes her educational journey to medicine and her most recent experiences as a surgeon specializing in oncology. She is a wealth of knowledge and we invite you to tune in!

    • 33 min
    Episode 8: Introducing Indigenous and Patient Navigators – Chelsea Redeye & David Silverheels

    Episode 8: Introducing Indigenous and Patient Navigators – Chelsea Redeye & David Silverheels

    Join an introductory conversation with CICR’s new Patient Navigators, Chelsea and David, to learn about their journeys to and current experiences serving as Patient Navigators. Listeners will hear how navigators are supporting cancer patients, family members, and the larger Indigenous and rural communities as it relates to cancer prevention and cancer care. Tune in now!

    • 21 min
    Episode 7: CICR Introduces New Clinical Research Associate – Corinne Abrams, MPH

    Episode 7: CICR Introduces New Clinical Research Associate – Corinne Abrams, MPH

    This Talking Circle Podcast episode introduces Corinne Abrams, MPH (Tuscarora) as the new Clinical Research Associate with the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research at Roswell Park. Corinne shares her educational journey, passion for public health, and her areas of interest in cancer research.

    • 22 min
    Episode 6: Indigenous & Rural Patient Navigation Services

    Episode 6: Indigenous & Rural Patient Navigation Services

    The Talking Circle Podcast welcomes Whitney Ann Henry and Alyssa McNulty to introduce the Indigenous & Rural Patient Navigation Services now available at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. They provide some background on the new services, describe what the services include, and how to access a Patient Navigator. Tune in to learn more or call 1-888-RPGUIDE to access a Virtual Navigator today.

    • 21 min
    Episode 5: Featuring CICR Community Advisory Board Member – Rory Wheeler

    Episode 5: Featuring CICR Community Advisory Board Member – Rory Wheeler

    Join a short discussion with CICR Community Advisory Board Member Rory Wheeler (Seneca Nation) to hear his reasons for being involved in cancer prevention and health promotion. Rory also talks about youth leadership development opportunities and his experiences while participating in both CICR’s Community Advisory Board (CAB), as well as Roswell Park’s larger CAB. He highlights why representation is important, especially when it involves cancer research and care.

    • 34 min
    Episode 4: Featuring Will Maybee

    Episode 4: Featuring Will Maybee

    Tune in to hear from CICR’s Community Relations Coordinator William Maybee (Seneca Nation) about wellness, movement and resiliency as it relates to cancer prevention and health. Will offers some insight on traditional food diets, holistic and traditional approaches to health, and suggestions for cancer patients and families to help increase physical activity to improve quality of life.

    • 36 min

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