PIQ Stakeholders Network


PIQ meeting, Summer 2017. Clockwise from bottom left: M. Kimbrell (AnMed Health), T. Lewis (American Cancer Society), S. Younger (DHEC), K. McDonnell (USC), H. Well (SC Cancer Alliance), D. Seale (Palmetto Health -ret), A. Grant (Brookland Baptist Church); D. Bowers (Palmetto Health)


At the USC Lung Cancer Survivorship Program, one of our key objectives is to improve lung cancer survivorship in South Carolina by finding ways to improve existing resources for patients, survivors, and family members while also considering new avenues of support for this underserved and often high need population.

We have collaborated with the Partners in Quality Lung Cancer Survivorship (the “PIQ”), a statewide network of clinical, community, and congregational stakeholders interested in improving resources and programs in South Carolina for lung cancer patients, survivors and their friends and family members,

Below, you will find information about our stakeholders and supporters, key documents used in our strategic planning process, and research findings based on data collection across the state from 2017 to 2018

Interested in becoming a PIQ member?  Email tamaras@sc.edu for more information.

Strategic Planning Documents

Documents that inform our strategic planning process.