Are You in the KNOW Yet?!
Join the Matching Donation Challenge for KNOW
at OncANP’s 2018 Annual Conference
The Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre (OICC) is challenging OncANP members and partners to join them in supporting a campaign to raise funds for the Knowledge in Naturopathic Oncology Website (KNOW). The goal is to raise $20,000 by the end of conference.
The campaign will kick-off with a $5,000 donation from the OICC. Will you or your organization match that gift? The OICC will also contribute an additional $5,000 by matching every single donation up to a grand total of $10,000. Take the OICC matching challenge!
“I am delighted to support KNOW in distilling and synthesizing the evidence base related to integrative and naturopathic oncology for the profession. This online research database has expanded greatly since its beginning and provides highly relevant usable information for clinicians when dealing with patients living with cancer. It is also a valuable tool to communicate with physicians including oncologists and surgeons. Please join us in supporting this wonderful cause and development of essential knowledge.”
Dr. Dugald Seely, ND, MSc, FABNO
Founder & Executive Director, Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre
Get in the KNOW.
Take the OICC matching challenge!
For every dollar you donate, the OICC will double your impact by matching your donation.
Donate online at knowoncology.org
Be recognized as a donor on the OncANP website, in Twitter and Facebook social media feeds, email newsletters, and on a poster board thanking donors at the conference.
Track matching challenge donors and news at the conference at #oncanp2018 and #knowoncology on Twitter.
Visit the KNOW conference booth to get your handout for “Tips for How to Use KNOW”.
Compete in a fun “game show” with other NDs at the conference on a round of answering questions in KNOW. Whomever hits the colorful bell first can answer the question!
What is KNOW?
The OncANP launched The Knowledge in Naturopathic Oncology Website (www.KNOWoncology.org) for members in 2016. This is a database of human clinical trials in integrative oncology and combines detailed summaries of up-to-date research with current best practices from experienced Naturopathic physicians. The goal is to provide clinicians and students working with cancer patients access to data for best education, safety and clinical decision-making.
Thank you to existing KNOW donors & sponsors
Cynthia Bye, ND, FABNP | Winston Cardwell, ND | Lizzie Clapham, and Virginia Frazer | Moses Goldberg, ND | Jen Green, ND, FABNO