James P. Wilmot Cancer Institute Survivorship Symposium 2016
January 23, 2016
Casa Larga Vineyards
2287 Turk Hill Rd
Fairport, NY 14450
The Wilmot Cancer Institute is providing a day-long symposium which will address the issues that cancer survivorship presents and provide educational sessions on surveillance recommendations for certain types of cancers. Assessing patients’ needs and providing appropriate referrals and resources. This will permit identification for which long term effects to monitor based on disease or treatment and how best to educate patients.
The target audience is family practitioners, internists, primary care physicians, medical, pediatric, radiation, and surgical oncologists, as well as urologists, ENTs, dermatologists, nurses, nursee practitioners, physician assistants, social workers and other providers who contribute care and treatment to cancer patients.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
Discuss the importance of cancer survivorship care and and its sharing with primary care practitioners
Describe an oncology survivorship care plan and its purpose
Define distress and explain why it is important to monitor for distress in cancer survivors
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Please contact the Center for Experiential Learning 585-275-7666 with any questions or concerns or require assistance with online registration.