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Discover funding options available to you. Toggle navigation Menu. Course Calendar All Courses. Format Self-directed Other. Availability Available now Available for request. Critically examines the impact of caring for severely ill patients on the personal well-being of health care professionals. Learners will explore how to apply self-care to promote a healthy work-life balance.

Advanced Pain Assessment and Management. This course is designed for participants who are already familiar with the WHO ladder for pain management. Participants will learn the pathophysiology of cancer pain, cancer pain syndromes, pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for intractable pain in palliation and how to conduct educational and advocacy work. British Columbia Chemotherapy Maintenance Course. This is a self-paced course designed for those who have completed the Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Education Program from the British Columbia Cancer Agency.

Cancer Care Basics Popular. Reviews foundational knowledge and concepts in cancer, current treatments and common side effects. It also addresses some of the issues that cancer patients face: sexuality and survivorship. The content is tailored to the needs of clinicians who look after cancer patients in general hospitals and in the community. Learn a patient-centred approach focusing on enabling patients to self-manage the following areas of survivorship: dealing with cancer and treatment related symptoms and adopting a healthy lifestyle.

Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Facilitator Course Part 1. This two-part course is part of the de Souza Expert Facilitator designation program. This course is designed to help RNs interested in facilitating the Provincial Standardized Chemotherapy and Biotherapy course. Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Facilitator Course Part 2.

This course is designed to help RNs interested in facilitating de Souza Institute's Provincial Standardized Chemotherapy and Biotherapy PSCB course in their local organization, who meet the eligibility criteria, become expert facilitators.

Chemotherapy Competency Maintenance Course. Designed for nurses to review their practice and receive up-to-date new information in chemotherapy and biotherapy on an annual basis. Provincial Standardized Chemotherapy and Biotherapy is a prerequisite. Participants will examine theories and concepts in order to achieve specific competencies as outlined in the CNA exam study guide blueprint.

Within this course you will examine, critically consider and apply the theories and concepts outlined in the CNA Oncology exam blueprint. The exam blueprint outlines the core oncology competencies of an oncology nurse with at least two years of experience in the specialty.

Community-based Chemotherapy and Biotherapy. This online course provides an overview of chemotherapy and biotherapy for health care professionals who work in the community setting. The content covers classifications and agents, routes of administration, adverse effects, administration complications, and safe handling practice standards, and highlights their implication for community care.

Complex Malignant Hematology Popular New. Complex Malignant Hematology covered in this course will include leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and aplastic anemia. Many patients with CMH will benefit from stem cell transplant HCT requiring specialized facilities and a well-trained team of specialized healthcare providers.

Engaging Patients in Managing Chronic Illness. You will explore theories and practices pertaining to behavioural change counseling, covering: Theoretical models including Stages of Change, health belief model, empowerment, motivational interviewing, and the '5 As' approach. Common psychological disorders among people with chronic illness, including diabetes. How to incorporate appropriate behavioral approaches to patient education practice.

Introduces the art and science of oncology practice. Fundamental concepts of cancer care will be presented for those who work with cancer patients. Insight into the four most common types of cancer: breast, lung, prostate and colorectal will be offered. The content is optimized for nurses and is open to other regulated health care professionals. Provides essential concepts for assessment, care and management in leukemia including MDS , lymphoma, multiple myeloma.

There are 14 modules in total. Within each specific disease site, there will be a review of fundamental information related to oncology practice as well as a case study to consolidate learning through application.

Provides essential concepts for assessment, care and management in head and neck, gastrointestinal, endocrine, and skin cancers. There are 8 modules in total. Provides essential concepts for assessment, care and management in sarcoma, genitourinary, gynecological and central nervous system cancers. Covers cancer care competencies in managing the four most common disease sites - lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate.

There are 8 modules in total, covering disease site specific prevalence and incidence, risk factors, signs and symptoms, and more importantly, the latest updates in screening, biomarkers in diagnostics, treatment options, and survivorship care. Fundamentals of Leadership Effectiveness. Establish the fundamental skills required for effective leadership in health care.

This course is offered through the Michener Institute Continuing Education program and is recognized for de Souza Designation credits. Covers a comprehensive curriculum in palliative and end-of-life care topics, including core competencies in symptom management, ethical issues and communication skills in palliative care. CME credits available. Examines common individual and family experiences across the illness trajectory from a theoretical, empirical and clinical perspective in order to understand and assess distress and coping from a family centered standpoint.

The course draws on a case-based, narrative format and provides opportunities to learn in small groups of interprofessional learners. Emphasis of this course will be on exploring the interprofessional care of families experiencing cancer along the illness trajectory from diagnosis through to bereavement or long term survivorship. Using case based learning in small interprofessional groups; participants will explore a variety of key learning themes relevant to the interprofessional care of families.

Introduction to Evidence Based Practice and Communication. This course will help participants learn how to find evidence based information and best practices to help inform clinical practice. Participants will learn how to carry out a systematic search process and analyze clinical literature for its quality, impact, and applicability in practice.

Participants will then apply the learning to address their own clinical questions to support optimal care. Introduction to Hospice Palliative Care Popular. This six week facilitator led online asynchronous course is designed to help health care professionals expand their knowledge about hospice palliative care issues.

Participants will learn how to build their communication, assessment and symptom management skills as well as strategies for teaching patients in different hospice palliative care settings. Management of Depression and Anxiety in Cancer.

Provides a comprehensive review of screening, assessment and management of psychosocial distress. Depression and anxiety in adults with cancer is based on the Pan-Canadian Practice Guidelines. CME credits: Management of Dyspnea.

Promotes an evidence-based wholistic approach to dyspnea care by increasing knowledge about dyspnea, and its assessment and treatment. Patient Navigation. Identifies the supportive care needs of patients and their adjustment process from diagnosis to end of life care; Applies the principles of navigation to enhance patient experiences throughout the journey.

Patient Teaching for Oral Chemotherapy and Biotherapy. This online course will not only introduce the MASCC Oral Agent Teaching Tool but will also cover safe handling precautions when administering and caring for patients receiving oral chemotherapy and biotherapy agents, and three common oral chemotherapy and biotherapy agents seen in practice.

Provincial Standardized Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Course. Builds nursing knowledge and skills in holistic, standardized chemotherapy, and biotherapy administration. Participants must be Registered Nurses with vascular access device competence. Building on Sexual Health in Cancer Part 1, this course is designed for health professionals who have a counselling practice and wish to develop further knowledge and skill in sex counselling.

Focuses on understanding sexual health issues that arise in cancer care and developing assessment and psycho-education skills. Shoulder Rehab after Breast Cancer New. Teaches how to assess and manage common adverse effects following breast cancer surgery or radiation. Content includes rehabilitation measures for fascial restrictions, cording axillary web syndrome , scar management and lymphedema. Addressing Compassion Fatigue, Managing Grief and Loss Amongst Healthcare Professionals Critically examines the impact of caring for severely ill patients on the personal well-being of health care professionals.

Advanced Pain Assessment and Management This course is designed for participants who are already familiar with the WHO ladder for pain management. Cancer Care Basics Popular Reviews foundational knowledge and concepts in cancer, current treatments and common side effects. Cancer Survivorship: Partnering With Patients to Improve Their Experience Learn a patient-centred approach focusing on enabling patients to self-manage the following areas of survivorship: dealing with cancer and treatment related symptoms and adopting a healthy lifestyle.

Chemotherapy Competency Maintenance Course Designed for nurses to review their practice and receive up-to-date new information in chemotherapy and biotherapy on an annual basis. Community-based Chemotherapy and Biotherapy This online course provides an overview of chemotherapy and biotherapy for health care professionals who work in the community setting.

Complex Malignant Hematology Popular New Complex Malignant Hematology covered in this course will include leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and aplastic anemia. Engaging Patients in Managing Chronic Illness You will explore theories and practices pertaining to behavioural change counseling, covering: Theoretical models including Stages of Change, health belief model, empowerment, motivational interviewing, and the '5 As' approach. Foundations of Cancer Disease Sites Part B - On Demand Provides essential concepts for assessment, care and management in head and neck, gastrointestinal, endocrine, and skin cancers.

Foundations of Cancer Disease Sites Part C - On Demand Provides essential concepts for assessment, care and management in sarcoma, genitourinary, gynecological and central nervous system cancers. Foundations of Cancer Disease Sites Part D - On Demand Covers cancer care competencies in managing the four most common disease sites - lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate.

Fundamentals of Leadership Effectiveness Establish the fundamental skills required for effective leadership in health care. Interprofessional Education in Palliative and End-of-Life Care - Oncology iEPEC-O Popular Covers a comprehensive curriculum in palliative and end-of-life care topics, including core competencies in symptom management, ethical issues and communication skills in palliative care.

Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Part I: Introduction to Theory and Practice Examines common individual and family experiences across the illness trajectory from a theoretical, empirical and clinical perspective in order to understand and assess distress and coping from a family centered standpoint. Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Part II: Working with Patients and Families in Distress Emphasis of this course will be on exploring the interprofessional care of families experiencing cancer along the illness trajectory from diagnosis through to bereavement or long term survivorship.

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