For Medical Professionals
Consider Bright Pink your collaborative partner as you manage the care of your young female patients. We 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 ways you can help our cause:
Order Educational Materials for Your Patients
Bright Pink’s free-of-charge educational materials are designed to engage young women in conversations about breast and ovarian cancer risk and how to be proactive with their health. The easy-to-understand language and positive tone make our tools ideal for you to hand out to patients or display in your office.
Host or Deliver our Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative
Through our Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative, Bright Pink is taking a unique and innovative approach to medical education around breast and ovarian cancer. Centered on a proprietary, research-based lecture, the program offers the opportunity to educate the next generation of women’s healthcare providers on how best to identify and manage risk among their patients. We invite interested medical professionals practicing in the women’s health field to learn more.
Connect Your Patients to Bright Pink Support Programs
Bright Pink’s PinkPal® matches women who have a strong family history of breast and ovarian cancer or genetic predisposition for these cancers with other women who have had similar experiences. 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 communities, you can also refer your patients to our Outreach Groups for local support and connections.
Explore Our Research Compendium
Bright Pink ensures that all of our content is research-based, validated and peer reviewed. We’ve compiled a selection of research relevant to breast and ovarian cancer risk stratification and management, prevention and early detection for reference by medical professionals.