Background: Cancer prevention and screening is a significant part of the cancer care continuum. Nurses are trusted professionals who can bring stakeholders together and serve diverse groups.
Objectives: This article describes how nurses can advance cancer prevention and screening initiatives in industry, education, legislative advocacy, research, survivorship, and program development and support.
Methods: An online search and collaborative knowledge revealed examples of nurses leading the way in cancer prevention and screening efforts.
Findings: Nurse-driven cancer prevention and screening collaborations advance care farther and faster. By creating maximum impact and mobilizing individual passion for a project, any nurse can find collaborative niche opportunities in clinical practice.