Introduction to Oncology Training – This ½ day interactive course will cover background information on oncology. After attending the course participants will have a deeper understanding of many aspects of cancer providing deeper insight when caring for patients at any stage of cancer treatment.
Why Is It Important?
There are more than 360,000 new cancer cases in the UK every year, that’s nearly 990 every day (2013-2015).
Comorbidity is common among cancer patients meaning that they will come in to contact with many healthcare professionals who may not specialise in dealing with oncological issues.
This course will allow these healthcare professionals to widen their awareness and treat patients holistically.
Introduction to Oncology Training Session Outline
- Causes of cancer
- Properties of cancer cells
- Development of a tumour
- Diagnosing cancer
- Grading and staging of tumours
Aimed AtHealthcare professionals, (registered and unregistered) in any setting, acute, outpatient, community, nursing and residential homes, midwifery and child services.
Teaching MethodsA mixture of teaching methods will be used to encourage engagement and ensure adequate understanding and learning. This will include but not be limited to powerpoint presentation, quizzes, breakout groups. It will be an interactive session with participatory learning.
Oncology trained registered nurse
Disease Area Training
We confidently deliver a comprehensive list of training across multiple disease areas and associated treatments. Our expert facilitators have extensive knowledge working within their specialities and add huge value to attendees looking to further their understanding.
These courses can be delivered face-to-face in a classroom environment or by utilising our Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) platform – perfect for field based staff across all healthcare. Some of our popular courses include:
- Introduction to Oncology
- Introduction to Immuno-oncology
- Introduction to Oncology Treatments
- Introduction to Lysosomal Storage Disorders
- Dementia – An Overview
- Diabetes and Insulin Administration
Other disease area courses include Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis…