Managing Patients on Cancer Immunotherapies
- Start Date:
- Wednesday, 7 December, 2016
- End Date:
- Wednesday, 7 December, 2016 4:40pm
- Oncology, Pain Management
What is it about? As the pace of change in immunotherapy excels, treatment needs to be kept safe and effective, and this dedicated day will bring your knowledge and awareness up to date, both in terms of data and what it means in practice. With many trusts now integrating immunotherapy into their chemotherapy or acute oncology service, this event is a great opportunity to improve your understanding of delivering immunotherapy, and the administration and side effect portfolio of patients on immunotherapies.
Why should you attend? This new forum is designed to bring services delivering immunotherapy treatments to cancer patients from across the country together to share current practice and the next steps to be taking. Through practical presentations, group discussions and helpful networking, the day will focus on:Immunotherapy for cancer: insight into the technology, research and evidenceEffective patient administration: case examples, and providing patient and staff educationUnderstanding side effect profiles: anticipating and management adverse effectsMeeting growing demand: setting up a telehealth clinic and immunotherapy in the community Key learning outcomes Do you want to know more about the good practice that is going on? By sharing how immunotherapy treatments are developing and how the immunotherapy pathway is changing to meet growing demand, this seminar is a great opportunity to benchmark your service and learn:How immunotherapy for cancer worksHow to deliver effective patient administrationHow to anticipate and manage the side effectsHow services are developing to meet the growing demand Who should attend? This dedicated day has been created to provide useful and practical information that will help Clinical Nurse Specialists, Consultant Medical Oncologists, Service leads and Advanced Nurse Practitioners improve your understanding of the immunotherapy pathway, patient administration, the side effect portfolio.
Featuring:Inspiring speakers sharing their knowledge and insightPro-active attendees contributing their ideasInteractive discussions provoking your plansTime out in a stimulating environment
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Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare
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