Wed, 19 June 2019
9:00am – 4:15pm
St Mark's Hospital, Medical Education Centre, Level 6’, Watford Road, Harrow’ HA1 3UJ
This is a one-day masterclass to guide management of the commonest consequences of colorectal cancer treatment; ideally suited to healthcare professionals caring for people living with and beyond colorectal cancer.
11th May 2019 County Hall, London
Join Lymphoma Action on Saturday 11 May at County Hall in London to learn more about lymphoma from a panel of carefully selected lymphoma consultants and nurses. The conference will consist of keynote sessions, presentations and breakout sessions. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask the experts your questions all through the day.
The UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS) have developed a Systemic Anti- Cancer Therapy (SACT) Competency Passport Learning Outcomes Framework, which aligns with the UKONS SACT Competency Passport and provides further guidance for assessing practice competence with the aim of standardising SACT competence assessment across the UK.
To view the UKONS SACT Competency Learning Outcomes Framework, log on to the UKONS website. The document is filed within the SACT MIG resources.
ESMO is delighted to announce that the ESMO 2019 annual Congress will take place in partnership with the European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) from 27 September to 1 October 2019, at the Fira Barcelona, Spain.
This inspiring, three-day event is specifically designed for oncology nurses with an interest in and aptitude for research who would like to develop their confidence and skills in writing a research proposal to address a contemporary clinical issue.
Attendees will receive a certificate to use towards their CPD. The masterclass provides five hours that nurses can add towards their personal development plans.
Each masterclass is free to attend, and lunch, tea and coffee will be provided. Clinigen Group cannot cover the cost of travel or other expenses.
A diagnosis of cancer and accompanying treatment can have a negative effect on sexual function. Many people with cancer find this a distressing and worrying feature of their illness which can reduce quality of life. It has been known for some years that patients...
As we move rapidly into October, Breast Cancer awareness month, a new book entitled ‘The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer: How to feel empowered and take control’ has been published which provides a guide for patients from the point of view of two doctors who have both been diagnosed with, and treated for, breast cancer.