Late Effects of Childhood Cancers

Late Effects of Childhood Cancers

Online Course

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Family physicians, specialists and other health care professionals in British Columbia involved in the health care of adult patients who are survivors of childhood cancer.

Course Format: 30 to 45-minute interactive online module
Online: anytime, anywhere on any device

Online Module from Vancouver BC

Overview

Late Effects of Childhood Cancers

This online continuing medical education is for health care providers working in British Columbia who are interested in learning more about the late effects of childhood cancer therapy.

How to access the eLearning course

STEP 1: Login to http://elearning.ubccpd.ca

  • Click “Login in” top right or go directly to http://elearning.ubccpd.ca/login/index.php
  • If you already have a login for the UBC CPD eLearning site you can use the login that you had previously, otherwise:
  • Create an account by clicking  “Create new account” and follow the steps (you will receive a confirmation email)

STEP 2: Now that you are logged in, access the course

Skills Gained

  • Define important late effects (long-term health problems) associated with adults who survived childhood cancer and their frequency
  • Identify tumour and treatment (surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy) related late effects, the systems they can effect, and their impact on survivors’ lives
  • Recognize and approach surveillance for and management of late effects associated with childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia in an adult
  • Access the resources available through the BC Cancer Agency’s Late Effects, Assessment and Follow-up (LEAF) Clinic
  • Identify and access patient and provider resources for more information regarding late effects

Cost

Free

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Online: anytime, anywhere on any device
Online Module from Vancouver  British Columbia  V5Z1M9
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Target Audience:

Family physicians, specialists and other allied health providers

Location:
Online: anytime, anywhere on any device
Online Module from Vancouver  British Columbia  V5Z1M9
Canada

Contact

Kate Campbell (kate.c@ubc.ca), Senior Instructional Designer

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