Shell Suite, UWI Cavehill, St. Michael
A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing event. Some believe it is a death sentence. There are a lot of decisions to be made regarding type of treatment, managing side effects, minimizing recurrence and palliative care. This event highlights some key considerations in cancer care – the multidisciplinary team, oral issues in the cancer patient, second opinions, surgical options, occupational therapy, physical therapy, dealing with death and more. Cancer can be a burden not only to the patient, but to the medical professional. What about them? What about burn-out and self-care to prevent such?
Join us as we explore these considerations and more at the Considerations in Cancer Care Medical Education event.
Doctors, nurses and allied health professionals are welcomed. CPE credit will be available. Persons with a general interest in cancer care are also welcome to attend.
Sponsored by: 21st Century Oncology
BDS$50.00 – All Health Professionals/ Attendees; Students: BDS$35.00
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|5.00-5.05||Opening Remarks: Considerations in Cancer Care||Dr. June Clarke, Oncologist|
|5.05-5.30||Communication in Cancer Care & Second Opinions||Kathia Murray, Physician’s Assistant, 21st Century Oncology, USA|
|5.30-5.55||Surgical Considerations in Cancer||Dr. Ian Lewis, General Surgeon|
|5.55-6.20||Occupational Therapy Considerations in Cancer Care||Hilary Bethell, Occupational Therapist|
|6.30-6.55||Occupational Therapy, Mental Health and Cancer||Lennox Rochester, Occupational Therapist|
|6.55-7.20||Oral Considerations in Cancer Care||Pamela Phillips, Dentist|
Fear of Chemotherapy: Is It Rational?
Multidisciplinary Team Considerations in Cancer Care
Physician Burn-Out & Self – Care
Dr. Ian Lewis, General Surgeon, Chairperson
Dr. June Clarke, Oncologist
Janelle Chase-Mayers, Creative Systemic Therapist
Jackie King, Physiotherapist
Lennox Rochester, Mental Health, OT