PECaD Webinar Series

Survivorship Education Series, Part 1: “Hey, are you ok?”- Conversations About Mental Health and Survivorship

Date/ Time: Wednesday, June 1 at 10 a.m.

Join Us! As we discuss  Mental Health and Cancer Survivorship! The webinar will focus on topics such as signs and symptoms of mental among survivors and the resources available to help cancer survivors.

Following today’s discussion, please take a moment to complete our post event survey.


The objective of this webinar is to raise the awareness of mental health among cancer survivors. This webinar event will discuss the signs and symptoms of mental health among survivors, the barriers that prevent survivors from seeking mental health treatment, and the resources that are available to help survivors who struggle with mental health conditions.

Presenters:

  • Carolina Salvador, MD Medical Director, Integrative Medicine and Health, DOM Wellness Program
  • Kait Huelsman, PhD., Psychologist, Siteman Psychology Service
  • Kristine Kulage, MA MPH, Siteman Survivor
  • Jennifer Dunn, Siteman Cancer Center Social Worker

We hope you will take time to join us for this educational event.

Please take our Post Event Survey


The mission of Siteman Cancer Center’s Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities (PECaD) is to create a national model for eliminating local and regional disparities in cancer education, prevention and treatment.

To learn more about PECaD, visit siteman.wustl.edu/PECaD.