Year in Review 2021
We are delighted to report that our colleague Professor Michael Jefford and The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre (ACSC) based at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia recently published their Year in Review 2021 which details their achievements and recent work in cancer survivorship.
Key highlights include:
- preparation for the upcoming 4th Victorian Cancer Survivorship Conference, March 2022, virtual registrations available
- expansion of mycareplan.org.au survivorship care plan generator to include early stage melanoma, uterine (endometrial) cancer and non-Hodgkin (diffuse large B-cell) lymphoma
- initiatives that support improved models of survivorship care
- development of numerous resources (including factsheets, podcasts) that provides information and support for cancer survivors and carers, and
- survivorship education and training opportunities for health professionals.
Monthly Lectures on Cancer Survivorship for Health Care Professionals
When: Fourth Tuesday of the month, 4:00–5:00 p.m
The Stanford Cancer Survivorship Program hosts a monthly lecture series for health care professionals to advance their knowledge of cancer survivorship. Presentations range from prevention to surveillance and treatment of cancer related toxicities. Lectures showcase the scholarly research of Stanford faculty who have contributed to our understanding of the physical and psychological impact of cancer and provide up to date information on best practices.