3rd March 2020, Guy's Hospital
Attend our one-day symposium, which provides an opportunity to share up-to-date research findings about the challenges of adherence in cancer prevention.
This brand new online course is designed for registered health professionals who are required to administer systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT) or manage the care of patients prescribed SACT treatment.
This course enables learners to develop the required knowledge and skills to competently undertake your roles as SACT clinicians.
6th March 2020, Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre
The University of Birmingham and King’s Health Partners are organising their second Bladder Cancer Translational Research Meeting - a fully interactive bladder cancer clinical research meeting led by an international expert panel of clinicians and scientists. The forum is designed to bridge the gap between science and clinical practice.
I never had Chemotherapy experience as a Registered Nurse and at first, I felt very anxious and confused as these were not the usual treatments that I have encountered.
However, when I started the course, the speakers were all very experienced and accommodating to our questions.
It alleviated my anxieties and I have felt more confident in dealing with patients who are receiving SACT.
I have had the privilege of speaking and listening at Academy events and am amazed at the level of education and care training the students are receiving.
They are receiving a first-class start to their careers which can only be a bonus to patients like myself.
The Academy has had a wonderful start due to the hard work of the organisers and hope it carries on for many years to come.
I have advanced my knowledge of SACT through this course, but have also furthered my clinical confidence. I found all aspects of the course - from the study days to the online learning, highly relevant to my clinical role, and overall a key contributing
factor in my development within the unit.
I genuinely have taken a lot from the course and has only made my love for oncology and haematology grow!!