Welcome to the registration page for the 2021 CRUK Early Diagnosis Research - Virtual Series. Please use this form to sign up to our sessions that will be running throughout February and into March. Please note you will need to make sure you select all of the sessions you want to attend as we will be sending out relevant information prior to each session so please check the dates and times before registering. Please note the events will be delivered using the Microsoft Teams platform and will be recorded.
ReIMAGINE consists of multiple clinical studies jointly funded by the Medical Research Council and Cancer Research UK. For the first time biomarkers (blood, urine and tissue) will be combined with state-of-the-art imaging (MRI scans) to predict which prostate cancers are likely to progress over time and which will not.
Call for Participants: Are you the Parent or Caregiver of a child living with or beyond cancer or a Health Care Provider with experience in this area? If so please consider participating in this study examining digital technologies for families impacted by paediatric cancer
Analysis of the relationship between technology usage and eHealth literacy on attitude towards Connected Health in paediatric cancer. To identify the impact of eHealth Literacy and technology usage on attitude towards connected Health in paediatric cancer.
To access the information, you will need to use ‘Learnzone’. You don’t need to be a Macmillan Professional to do this, you just need to create an account from the Learnzone landing page by registering with an e-mail address and creating a password if you don’t already have an account.
The Staff and SAfety EFfects of Epidemics (SSAFE) project is a longitudinal study looking at the wellbeing of ALL healthcare workers publishing live data of healthcare staff safety, psychological wellbeing and burnout. Imperial have recruited approximately 300 people and have been able to publish more data to a custom-build dashboard: https://www.pansurg.org/ssafe_data/
Introduction to Haemato-Oncology Nursing, What you need to know about haemato-oncology
Blood Cancer UK have designed an RCN-accredited, free course for new starters and ward nurses on the haematology ward. This course is comprised of 10 chapters. It provides an opportunity to build on basic haemato-oncological concepts to support a foundation of nursing practice for those caring for people with blood cancer.
At the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic everyone rose to the challenge; in the health and care sector people did whatever it took to keep their teams and service afloat. Three months later the trajectory of the pandemic remains unclear and people are beginning to realise that we’re in this for the long haul.