Membership Overview

 

The National Lung Cancer Roundtable (NLCRT) is a trusted coalition of public, private, and voluntary organizations and invited experts, dedicated to reducing the incidence of and mortality from lung cancer in the United States through:

  • Coordinated leadership
  • Strategic planning
  • Advocacy

The NLCRT’s ongoing mission is to create lung cancer survivors. Our vision is to lower the impact of lung cancer through prevention, early detection, and optimal therapy. The NLCRT is patient-centered, evidence-based, inclusive, diverse, proactive, and visionary.

t takes many voices to create an effective coalition that is committed to raising awareness about the prevention and early detection of lung cancer. The NLCRT is composed of more than 80 member organizations with expertise in the areas of:

  • Lung cancer prevention through tobacco treatment
  • Lung cancer screening program implementation
  • Shared decision-making
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Patient support
  • Provider education

How the NLCRT Functions

The NLCRT serves as a catalyst to stimulate greater levels of collaborative engagement among member organizations’ work on key lung cancer issues. The work of the NLCRT is guided by its strategic plan with direction and input from its Steering Committee. Through the efforts of its Task Groups, the NLCRT advances initiatives that focus on primary care, tobacco treatment, shared decision-making, implementation of screening programs, access to high quality screening, triage for appropriate diagnostic evaluation and therapy, and an end to the stigma and nihilism associated with a diagnosis of lung cancer.

A fundamental premise of the NLCRT is that collective action among the member organizations will be more successful in reducing the burden of disease, and reducing that burden faster. A core principle of the NLCRT is that it will not duplicate or take on roles of member organizations; rather, the Roundtable seeks to enhance organization’s contributions to lung cancer control through greater engagement with other key organizations, as well as to take on initiatives that all organizations would judge to be worthy, but would be unlikely to initiate on their own.

Members work diligently to share information, identify needs and opportunities, and address gaps in research, programs, activities, and services relating to lung cancer. The strength of such a partnership, united in mission, enhances the work of each member and furthers the cause of lung cancer prevention, early detection, and appropriate treatment.

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Membership
Overview

The National Lung Cancer Roundtable (NLCRT) is a trusted coalition of public, private, and voluntary organizations and invited experts, dedicated to reducing the incidence of and mortality from lung cancer in the United States.

Membership Responsibilities

National Lung Cancer Roundtable (NLCRT) members are expected to attend at least one meeting per year in order to maintain membership.There are no dues or fees. Members are encouraged to actively participate on one of our many committees or task group.

Membership
Criteria

The NLCRT consists of member organizations and invited experts who reflect a broad involvement in increasing lung cancer screening, promoting tobacco treatment, and optimizing treatment for lung cancer patients. 

Membership Application

The following form will be used to gather information in order to process your membership application. Be sure to complete the entire form.