A new course developed in collaboration with Cancer Care Ontario is now available, providing 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.
de Souza Institute is proud to announce the Interprofessional Education in Palliative and End-of-Life Care Oncology (iEPECO) course. This course is based on the EPEC™-O Canada curriculum and was developed by a team of interprofessional experts.
More cancer patients are being treated with oral anti-cancer drugs taken in the patient’s home. The MASCC Oral Agent Teaching Tool (MOATT©) is designed to help you consistently assess and educate patients who are taking oral agents to treat their cancer.
This online course will teach you how to incorporate the MOATT© into your practice, using three oral anti-cancer drugs as examples.
de Souza Institute has launched the new Cancer Care Basics course. This course answers some common questions, such as what is cancer, current treatments and some common side effects of those treatments. 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.
Improving the quality of life
Take one of the many courses offered in our Palliative Care Series…