Carrie Tilley

Oncology Solutions Expert

16

Years in oncology

10

Most Maryland blue crabs I’ve picked at once

7

Days out at sea during a storm

33

Goals scored in single soccer season

Random things about me…

  • My most recent competitive sport: Cyclocross
  • Most recent non-competitive sport: ladies night paddle boarding
  • I have a reputations for:
    1. Studying Maps & Charts
    2. Attempting to be a handyman/woman
  • I once designed my own treehouse (it ended up twice as big as planned)

Experience

Carrie is an oncology nurse practitioner and an Oncology Solution Expert for Carevive Systems. She led the Survivorship Program at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s Tate Cancer Center. Prior to joining the University of Maryland, she practiced at George Washington University’s Medical Faculty Associates in medical oncology and internal medicine where she was a part of the unique multidisciplinary survivorship clinic for survivors of childhood cancer and led the development of the Adult Cancer Survivorship Program.

Carrie is an advocate of delivering comprehensive survivorship care to patients throughout their treatment. She is appreciative of the opportunities she has had to present at the Maryland Patient Navigation Network, the online medical education course titled Cancer Survivorship E-learning Series for Primary Care Providers, Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, and Hope Connections for Cancer Support. As a believer in the importance of supportive care, she led the development of a Therapeutic Yoga program, spearheaded efforts to launch the first STAR cancer rehabilitation program at George Washington University, created a survivorship education series, and developed a holistic wellness program for patients and their families.

She earned her undergraduate degree at Georgetown University and her Master’s Degree at the University of Maryland. When she is not working she is coaching soccer, on a bike, camping, sailing, paddling or crabbing on the Chesapeake Bay with her family.

Why I Joined Carevive

I am very passionate about oncology. Admittedly, I fell in love with oncology in nursing school. Shortly after, my personal experiences of cancer in my own family deepen my commitment to improve the quality of cancer care delivered to all patients. I feel honored to treat people who have been diagnosed with cancer and appreciate every interaction with my patients. I met Carevive as a user back in 2014, worked with the content development team as a consultant and officially joined the team in 2017 to help bring oncology tools and share my expertise to cancer centers looking to build their programs.

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