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Guy’s Cancer Academy are pleased to offer an online taught Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy Administration and Patient Care course, which can be taken at level 6 or level 7. This online course has been designed for registered health professionals who are required to administer SACT or manage the care of patients prescribed SACT treatment. This includes staff who conduct pre-treatment consultations or run oral SACT clinics.
Birmingham City University offers a wide range of courses for those engaged in clinical practice in cancer care and haematology.
In England many people are diagnosed with cancer each year. Little is known about the impact that being in prison has on the care of people diagnosed with cancer and more information is needed to better understand the challenges of managing care for people with cancer who are in prison. This research aims to fill that gap in knowledge by exploring the views of people with cancer, prison staff and prison and cancer health professionals.
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 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.
The 2nd Hematopoietic Cell Transplant International Symposium will bring together over 15 speakers from around the globe will focusing their energy on highlighting complications faced by patient’s post-transplant and the importance of multidisciplinary team approach in improving patient’s quality of life.
Multiple sessions being run in late 2020 - https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/subjects/cancer-care-and-oncology
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic the UK Chemotherapy Board are pleased to announce that the conference will now take place virtually on the 26th November 2020. Even though the physical event originally planned at the Pullman London St Pancras is unable to take place, there is still an opportunity for thought provoking discussions and to talk to industry representatives.