These modules can be accessed at any time, fitting in around busy work schedules.
- Psychosexual care of women affected by gynaecological cancers
Provider: Cancer Institute of New South Wales (Australian resource)
This e-learning resource provides six modules containing learning activities and supporting materials to develop skills in providing effective individualised psychosexual care to women and their partners affected by gynaecological cancer. It presents information about sexuality, the psychosexual impact of cancer and its treatments, and knowledge and skills required by health professionals to assess and manage psychosexual sequelae. Access the module on the Cancer Institute of New South Wales website.
- InDEPTH: Personalised care planning for people with cancer
Provider: Guy's Cancer Academy in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support
The purpose of this module is to guide you on conducting care and support planning consultations and completing care plans following holistic needs assessments (HNA) by people with cancer. Access the module at Guys Cancer academy.
- Genomics Education Programme
Provider: Genomics Education Programme
Through the NHS Genomic Medicine Service (GMS) in England, more healthcare professionals than ever before will be able to access genomic testing for their patients for the first time. To prepare the workforce for these tests and the impact their results will have, the Genomics Education Programme (GEP) has developed a series of resources and courses to aid those who will use the service. Access the resources through the GEP website.
- Maximising sexual wellbeing
Provider: Ulster university
A free e-learning module to enhance the provision of sexual support to those affected by cancer. Access the course through the talking about sex website.
- Principles of Gynaecological Cancer Care
Provider: the Royal Marsden School of Oncology
Various start dates available through the website
This module will develop your knowledge of treatment pathways and experiences of individuals with gynaecological cancer, supporting you to provide effective care to patients. Book your place through the Royal Marsden School of Oncology.
- Managing challenging conversations virtually
Provider: the Royal Marsden School of Oncology
Open access course (can be started any time and completed within three months), online
This course focuses on delivering difficult conversations virtually. Book your place through the Royal Marsden School of Oncology.
Study days and conferences
These online and face-to-face events cover a range of cancer-related topics.
- 9 Mar 2022 – Cancer Survivorship Summit: Improving Outcomes for People Living with and Beyond Cancer (online)
Provider: Healthcare conferences UK
This national conference focuses on improving practice and outcomes for those living with and beyond cancer. Book your place through healthcare conferences UK.
- 24 Mar 2022 – The Royal Marsden Gynaecological Cancer Study Day (online)
Provider: The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
The day will consolidate and build on your existing knowledge of caring for those with gynaecological cancers. Book your place through the Royal Mardsen website.
- 30 Mar 2022 – Developments in Psycho-Oncology Study Day (online)
Provider: the Christie School of Oncology
This study day considers recent developments, current research and new ideas in psycho-oncology. Book your place through the Christie School of Oncology.
Other learning resources
- Open-access journal ecancer provides the latest oncology news, opinion, videos, e-learning and research papers.
- Macmillan's Learnzone provides free and easy access to a wide variety of learning resources, online courses and professional development tools.
- Medscape (medical journal) offers health professionals medical information and educational tools. Features original, professional medical content, including review articles, journal commentary, expert columns, patient education articles and book reviews.
- Touch Oncology offers continuous education of professionals from across the oncology community. This is an independent information resource comprising review articles, practice guidelines and case reports contributed by opinion leaders from a range of oncology-related disciplines.
- Future Learn (Open University) connects learners from all over the globe with high-quality educators, and with each other. Offers a diverse selection of free courses. Courses are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. Not specific to health care or cancer.
- FONS (Foundation of Nursing Studies) are dedicated to working with nurses and health and social care teams to develop and share ways of improving practice. They enable healthcare professionals them to provide care that is high quality, evidence-based and meets the needs of those receiving care and their families.
Support events and courses for people affected by ovarian cancer
We offer free events and courses across the UK to support people affected by ovarian cancer.
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