Ever feel like fatigue is taking over? One moment you’re dominating the never-ending game of feeling tired, the next moment you’re faced with the exhausting challenge of keeping your energy levels up! Take the leap and join our oncology nurse, Christie Frick, and our oncology dietitian and nutritionist, Stephanie Meyers, as they tackle the common side effect of fatigue.  

Christie will kick things off by shedding light on why cancer-related fatigue occurs, breaking down essential information, and providing realistic, actionable tips and tricks to help you maneuver through the hurdles of fatigue. Stephanie will add a unique twist, sharing insights on how food can play a crucial role in managing fatigue. 

Join us, ask questions, and let’s make fatigue less of a challenging game in your day-to-day life. 


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Christie Frick, BSN, RN, OCN
Senior Oncology Nurse
Iris Oncology

Christie is an oncology certified nurse with over 13 years of experience in hematology oncology. Her career has taken her across oncology settings, including time spent in pediatric oncology, bone marrow transplant, clinical trials, and infusion. Christie has a passion for comprehensive, culturally competent care that considers the whole person and their unique experience with cancer.

 

Stephanie Meyers, MS, RD, LDN
Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist
Iris Oncology

Stephanie is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with 25 years of experience delivering compassionate and evidence-based nutrition care to those affected by cancer. She’s the former Nutrition Manager at The Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies and Healthy Living at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. She presents seminars worldwide on mindful eating, family nutrition, and cancer survivorship. Stephanie is also the author of End the Mealtime Meltdown: Using the Table Talk Method to Free Your Family from Daily Food Struggles and Picky Eating and the founder of Families Eating Well, a nutrition practice helping parents coach healthy eating skills in kids.