Join Kristie Howlett, MS, CNS, NP-C, AOCNP, and Development Director, Elizabeth Klein, in part 2 of their survivorship conversation. In their first podcast episode in November 2020, they discussed what it means to transition to survivorship, how to develop a survivorship care plan and how to thrive as a survivor. In this episode, they continue their conversation to discuss fear of recurrence and how different dynamics will impact how individuals cope. Kristie also offers techniques for decreasing stress and therefore decreasing chances of recurrence.
Kristie Howlett, MS, CNS, NP-C, AOCNP is an oncology and survivorship nurse practitioner with over 20 years of experience caring for those undergoing chemotherapy and radiation therapy. She received her BSN from University of Nevada, Reno, her MS from University of California, San Francisco, and her post-master’s NP certificate from University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her focus has always been to take a holistic approach to caring for patients. She is currently working at Kaiser Permanente in South Sacramento. She is active in the local Sacrament Oncology Nursing Chapter. She has an interest in the root cause of disease and continues her education with the Institute of Functional Medicine. She is the owner of Howlett Integrative Cancer Care, found at www.howlettintegrativecancercare.com, where she is able to help patients in other areas of the country get through traditional cancer treatments with an integrative approach.
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