Learn more about Bright Pinkâ€™s signature educational and support programs and find out how you can get involved today.
Brighten UpÂ® Educational Workshop
The Brighten UpÂ® Educational Workshop educates and inspires young women to be proactive advocates for their health. Facilitated by one of our certified Bright Pink Education Ambassadors around the country, these 30-minute presentations, delivered at workplaces, faith-based institutions, community centers and other gathering places, ground participants in the basics of breast and ovarian health, introduce them to the idea of different lifetime risk levels, provide early detection and prevention strategies, and equip them with life-saving knowledge that will inspire them to take action.
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Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative
Through the Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative, Bright Pink is taking a unique and innovative approach to educating the next generation of womenâ€™s healthcare providers on how best to stratify and manage breast and ovarian cancer risk among their patients. The program is centered on a proprietary, research-based lecture entitled â€śBreast and Ovarian Cancer: Risk Stratification and Management in Young Women.â€ť The lecture has been designed for presentation at departmental Grand Rounds at womenâ€™s health residency programs and is followed by a companion case-based learning workshop for residents. The Women’s Health Provider Education InitiativeÂ rolled out nationwide in the fall of 2014 and has been delivered to acclaim at Harvard Medical School and Washington University Medical School, and many other medical institutions throughout the country.
â€śBright Pink has been EVERYTHING to me in my High-Risk journey and it's helped me turn some bad news into an incredible group of friends.â€ť
Bright Pinkâ€™s Outreach Groups program provides group support forums for high-risk women around the country. Facilitated by one of our volunteer Bright Pink Support Ambassadors, these monthly support groups provide women at an increased or high risk for breast or ovarian cancer, due to a family history or genetic predisposition, with invaluable face-to-face connections with other women living with and through similar challenges and experiences.
PinkPalÂ® One-on-One Peer Support
Bright Pinkâ€™s PinkPalÂ® matches women who have a strong family history of breast and ovarian cancer or a genetic predisposition for these cancers with another woman who has had similar experiences. With our program, high-risk women can take advantage of the opportunity for personalized, individual mentoring support.