CPD 2019 Haematology and Oncology – Launceston
August 9 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
This full-day session provides a comprehensive overview of the underlying of cancer cells, the specific blood and organ systems affected by cancers, and the associated treatment modalities. Increase your skills and knowledge on providing quality care to patients undergoing chemotherapy, radiation therapy or immunotherapy and the palliative care required.
Who will this workshop benefit?
This session will benefit registered nurses, enrolled nurses and midwives involved in the care of patients in all areas of healthcare, particularly oncology.
Full Day – 6 CPD Hours
Learn underlying pathophysiology of both solid and haematological cancers as well as different treatment modalities. Gain an understanding of chemotherapy and radiation therapy treatments for supporting patients and caregivers, as well as ways of managing ongoing side effects of the disease process and treatment modalities from a nursing perspective. Participants will also learn hints for caring for a patient receiving therapy, as well as a guide to palliative management for a patient with terminal cancer.
You must preregister to attend workshops; payment must be made at the time of registration. In the event that you need to cancel a booked CPD workshop, the following policies apply.
If cancellation occurs:
- 30 days or more 100% money back
- Less than 30 days but more than 7 days a credit for the full amount will be issued
- Less than 7 days no refund or credit will be offered