6/14 Webinar, Lung cancer and exercise, Free to Breathe
7/14 Webinar: Improving Lung Cancer Outcomes through Optimal Nutrition and Activity, Free to Breathe
10/09 X Marks the Spot. Griffiths Leadership Society, Columbia Mo
8/09 Update on Cancer and Exercise, YMCA Syracuse, N.Y.
6/09 Cancer Fitness: can it become a reality? Healing Journeys meeting, Greenville, SC
10/08 Cancer Survivorship and wellness, Clearwater FL.
9/08 3-day workshop and lectures, Equine Assisted Therapy and Cancer Survivors: Application and Research, University of Missouri, Columbia MO
12/06 Exercise for Healthy Cancer Survivorship, US Oncology meeting, Tucson, AZ
12/06 Surviving and Thriving. Miraval resort, Tucson, AZ
11/06 Oncology Update: Exercise and Fatigue, Scottsdale Healthcare
4/06 Moving towards wellness, Wellness Community, Phoenix Az.
2/06 Frankly Speaking About Cancer, Miami, FL
1/06 Exercise and Cancer Care, Indianapolis, IN
1/06 Breaking Away from Cancer, Philadelphia, PA
12/05 Break Away from Cancer presentation to Cancer Wellness Community, Los Angeles
12/05 Living Today: Cancer and Exercise, presentation to National Wellness Committee, Washington, DC
9/05 Keynote speaker, Mending In the Mountains cancer conference, Big Sky, MT
4/05 Controlling your fatigue. Up-Beat Retreat. Payson, AZ
10/04 Children and Exercise. Lance Armstrong Foundation, Austin , Tx
9/04 Fit for Cancer? Changing Hands Bookstore, Tempe, AZ
1/04 Tour of Hope: Making a difference for cancer research. Cancer Lifeline, Seattle WA
9/03 Exercise for health: Tour of Hope, Adopt-A-Native-Elder, Chinle, AZ
6/03 Exercise prescription for cancer-related fatigue. Cancer Lifeline, Seattle, WA
6/03 Too tired to exercise? Highline Hospital, Seattle, WA
6/03 Symptom management during and following treatment for lymphoma. Cancer Lifeline, Seattle, WA
9/02 Exercise for symptom control and quality of life during cancer treatment, Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, OR.
7/02 Moving Forward after cancer. Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Patient Education
6/02 Just Exercise! Cancer Lifeline patient education series. Seattle, WA.
6/02 Exercise and Cancer: What is the evidence? Highline Hospital, Kent, WA.
4/02 Physical and cognitive fatigue: Interventions proven and otherwise. Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle, WA.
2/02 Managing fatigue of chemotherapy. St. Vincent’s Breast Center, Portland, OR.
1/02 Developing an exercise training program for breast cancer survivors. Team Survivors Northwest Retreat, Bend, WA.
5/01 Beating chemo fatigue, at the gym. Commentary for New York Times, May 15, 2001
2/01 Exercise can help with chemo symptoms. Commentary for Associated Press and Washington Post, Sunday Feb 4, 2001.
9/00 Symptom Management and Exercise. National Institute of Nursing Congressional Briefing, Washington, D.C.
5/00 Starting your own exercise program. Cancer Lifeline, Seattle.
5/00 Cancer: Keys to survivorship. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Seattle.
2/99 Keep on going: Managing your fatigue. Northwest Hospital Cancer Center, Seattle.
12/98 Starting an exercise program during treatment for prostate cancer. Prostate cancer support group, University of Washington Cancer Center, Seattle.
12/98 Keeping your energy up! Strategies for fatigue management. Melanoma support group, Group Health, Seattle.