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Social Prescribing is part of the personalised care agenda which is embedded in health strategy across the UK.
This online resource is designed to enhance knowledge and relevant skills for Social Prescribers/Link Workers, working in Primary Care across the UK, supporting people affected by cancer. Whilst the target audience is Social Prescribers, this resource will also be of benefit to a wider audience.
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre offer a number of short courses that are available online to a range of healthcare professionals. These are designed to support staff working with those affected by cancer, in order to enhance their knowledge, skills and understanding with regards to cancer care.
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A communication skills workshop about listening to people who are worried. It teaches clinical and non-clinical staff at all levels, evidence-based communication skills to provide person-centred support to someone with emotional concerns using the SAGE & THYME structure.
In person event (live-streaming also available)
Aimed at nurses (including Practice and Specialist), Allied Health Professionals, GPs and Registrars, this study day aims to update healthcare professionals of any discipline on the management of brain metastases, focusing on how we can best support our patients through diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
Online short course
This course is aimed at anyone supporting people with pancreatic cancer and takes 30-45 minutes to complete it is endorsed by the British Dietetic Association and the Pancreatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
EONS has announced the launch of the ABC4Nurses interactive education programme. It is available in 4 languages: English, Czech, Spanish and Turkish. This FREE online, blended learning programme is a fantastic opportunity for cancer nurses to develop their knowledge and skills in the care of people with advanced breast cancer (ABC).
Three-part online Course
This three-part introduction to pancreatic cancer course provides an overview of pancreatic cancer, from how it presents and the symptoms associated with the disease, to treatment options and the ongoing supportive care needs of people with pancreatic cancer
This free RCN accredited training module is ideal for any ward nurses and new starters on the haematology ward. Over the 10 chapters in this course, you will build on basic haemato-oncological concepts to support a foundation of nursing practice for caring for blood cancer patients.