Webinar: Update on Late Effects after Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Cancer

Webinar: Update on Late Effects after Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Cancer

Target Audience:

Family Medicine



Nurse Practitioner

Specialty Medicine

Allied Health Professionals 

Residents & Students

Course Format: Online webinar 1900-2000 PDT: presentation with Q&A.
  • Oct 17, 2017
Broadcasted from
910 W 10th Ave
Online from Vancouver BC
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  • 1900 - 2000 PDT
  • You must have the latest Adobe Flash Player (version 11.2 or later).
  • Registration closes 24 hours before the session. Registrations 24 hours before the webinar are not guaranteed even with registration confirmation.
  • 24 hours prior to the session you will receive an email from UBC with connection details. Please check your spam folders. You should add "@ubc.ca" to your safe sender list. If you do not see the connection email, please contact us 20 hours before the webinar.
  • Please close all other programs during the webinar, and turn on your computer speakers with the volume up.


  • Moderator and presenter visible via webcam
  • Presentation slides visible on the webinar
  • Audio live through your computer speakers
  • Your questions sent via the Q&A chat box
  • Presentation materials available for download

Key Speakers

Dr. Sheila Pritchard

Skills Gained

Webinar objectives are as follow:

  1. Review of physical and psychological late effects after childhood and adolescent cancer
  2. How to monitor for and recognize late effects
  3. Review of shared care model for follow up care



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