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Inherited Cancers and Genetic Counselling
Inherited Cancers and Genetic Counsellin...g
Nursing Lecture
Added: 11/05/2016
The current practice of genetic counselling is based on helping people to understand and adapt to medical, psychological and genetic contributions to disease....
Cancer as a Chronic Disease
Cancer as a Chronic Disease
Nursing Lecture
Added: 07/12/2015
The concept of cancer as a chronic illness has become more of a reality with the long trajectory of treatment especially when it is not a one-time event. In addition more people are surviving a cancer... diagnosis as early detection, investigations and treatments continue to develop.
"How Are You Now?"
"How Are You Now?"
Nursing Lecture
Added: 04/12/2015
People who survive cancer may experience a variety of long term physical, psychosocial and spiritual effects as a result of their cancer diagnosis and treatment....
Surviving Cancer - What Works and What Needs Work?
Surviving Cancer - What Works and What N...eeds Work?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 28/10/2015
Jane is a passionate and inspirational storyteller. She incorporates this talent into her roles as a speaker, marriage celebrant and writer. Jane believes that storytelling is the best way to celebrat...e life and its many joyful moments but she understands that there are times when you simply cannot feel that there is anything to celebrate. When you are dealing with challenging life events or high levels of stress it can be very hard to find joy in life. This final session will inspire and uplift you.
What To Do When the Treatment is Not Working?
What To Do When the Treatment is Not Wor...king?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 21/10/2015
When treatment fails it poses a range of challenges for all concerned. This session looks at some practical aspects of this situation....
Nursing Cancer Patients in the Future
Nursing Cancer Patients in the Future
Nursing Lecture
Added: 19/10/2015
Cancer is a health priority that affects a large number people in Australia and worldwide. Increasingly many will survive or live for extensive periods despite the mortality that is often associated w...ith the disease. What will this mean to nurses roles and practice in the future? Will cancer care only be delivered by specialist nurses or will more be expected of nurses in community/primary care? This session looks at the challenges that cancer care into the future poses for nurses.
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