Consider us your collaborative partner as you manage the care of your young female patients. Bright Pink can serve as a valuable resource for you and your patients, and you can help Bright Pink in return by furthering our mission. Here are some bright ways medical professionals can be a part of the Bright Pink movement!
Help your patients locate a genetic counselor in their area through the National Society of Genetic Counselors.
Our educational materials were specially designed for young women with easy-to-understand language, colorful illustrations and positive tone. They are great conversation starters and take-aways for your patients and many medical professionals choose to display them in their offices. Order Bright Pink’s Little Bright Books, Self Awareness Cards, Program Overviews and more free of charge today!
PinkPal™ is our one-on-one support resource for young women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer. We can match your high-risk patients with a trained PinkPal volunteer who can provide her with positive support and encouragement as someone who is uniquely familiar with her situation. If you are located in one of our Chapter cities, you can refer your patients to our Experiential Outreach Groups for local support and connections.
These interactive, one-hour, educational programs are created for all women ages 18-45 who are interested in learning about their lifetime risk of breast and ovarian cancer and the steps they can take to proactively manage their health. If you would like to host this one-of-a-kind workshop in your community, please fill out our application. We will work with you to customize your program to ensure it has the greatest impact for your intended audience.
Bright Pink has developed a unique educational workshop that provides young and emerging medical professionals with strategies for engaging women in life-saving conversations about proactively managing their breast and ovarian health. We’re looking for medical professionals to partner with us on this exciting initiative.
For more information on how you can get involved, email Mary Kate Fitzgerald, Programs and Outreach Manager, at MaryKate@BeBrightPink.org.