This joint British Cardiovascular Society, British Cardio-Oncology Society, University College London Hospitals Cancer Academy course will give the attendee an update in contemporary cardio-oncology practice and will cover recent updates in cardio-oncology. The potentially long-lasting transformation of cardio-oncology, haemato-oncology and oncology services due to COVID-19 will also be explored as will the pivotal roles of the CNS and specialist pharmacist in a cardio-oncology service.
The RMH are accepting applications for modules commencing this Autumn/Winter!
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Providing high-quality cancer education for healthcare professionals, patients, and carers.
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.
This module aims to enhance your ability to provide cancer care that is developed with and focused on the needs of the Person Affected by Cancer (PABC) within your own specific professional field and clinical environment.
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.