The Benefits of Exercise for Cancer Patients SPOC
Cardio-oncology is a newly expanding area of cancer rehabilitation in the exercise world. As a Clinical Exercise Physiologist part of the Cardiac Rehabilitation team, Gabrielle Brennan, MS, ACSM EP-C, CET, has a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology with a specialization in Cancer Care.
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  • Non-Credit Course
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  • Participation
Bridging the Bench and Bedside: The Amalgam of Academic Medicine and Its Effect on a Cancer Patient Experience - SPOC
Webinar DescriptionHannah E. Woriax, MD, will review several case scenarios and patient archetypes that have had their treatment course changed drastically due to recent landmark research studies. Dr.
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  • Southeastern American Indian Cancer Health Equity Partnership
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  • Self-Paced, Online Courses
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  • NCPD/CNE
  • Participation
Mantle Cell Lymphoma Management in North Carolina: Updates for 2020 SPOC
Dr. Christopher Dittus from the UNC Lineberger Lymphoma group will describe relevant updates in systemic therapy for rare lymphomas for health care providers throughout the state of North Carolina.
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  • Research to Practice
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  • Non-Credit Course
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  • Participation
Update in ITP and TTP SPOC
Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura and Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura are both autoimmune conditions leading to low platelets, though the mechanism by which the platelets are consumed differs.  The lecture w
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  • Research to Practice
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  • Non-Credit Course
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  • Participation
Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer: Don’t Get Left Behind “45 is the new 50” - SPOC
More than ever before, there are rising cases of colon and rectal cancers among young people.  Updated recommendations have lowered the age of screening to age 45 from standard age of 50.
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  • Patient Centered Care
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  • Self-Paced, Online Courses
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  • ACPE Pharmacist
  • ACPE Pharmacy Tech
  • ASRT
  • CTR
  • NCPD/CNE
  • Participation
Cryotherapy for Preventing Chemotherapy-induced Neuropathy: Proven, Promising-appearing, or Hogwash? - SPOC
Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is a major clinical problem that can lead to persistent issues for cancer survivors and can even limit the use of planned chemotherapy treatment during the course of care.
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  • Patient Centered Care
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  • Self-Paced, Online Courses
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  • ACPE Pharmacist
  • ACPE Pharmacy Tech
  • ASRT
  • NCPD/CNE
  • Participation
Immune (check point) Related Adverse Events 2021 SPOC
This is a case-based lecture to cover the common side effects and rare but important side effects of check point inhibitors and other immunotherapy agents.
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  • Patient Centered Care
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  • Non-Credit Course
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  • Participation
Genetic Testing in Cancer Patients: A Case Illustration SPOC
This talk aims to provide a general background on the breadth and application of genetic testing in cancer patients.
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  • Patient Centered Care
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  • Self-Paced, Online Courses
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  • Participation
Making Exercise and Wellness Part of the Cancer Experience
This lecture will provide education on the safety and benefit of exercise during and after cancer treatment, resources that we have available at UNC and how you can help your patients implement exercise and wellness behaviors during and after their treatment.
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  • Patient Centered Care
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  • Non-Credit Course
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  • Participation
Two Successful Clinical Trialists Reflect on How They Got Their Start
Course DescriptionClaire Dees, MD, talks with Jared Weiss, MD and Carey Anders, MD, about their early experiences in running a clinical trial, including investigator-initiated clinical trials.
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  • Self-Paced, Online Courses
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  • Participation

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