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Blended learning package: Multidisciplinary communication in oncology

Blended learning package: Multidisciplinary communication in oncology
  • Oncology
  • Head and neck cancer
    Metastatic colorectal cancer
Announcement
22 February 2017

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Our new Train-the-trainer live event format has resulted in some excellent new learning opportunities for healthcare
practitioners working in oncology. Our first Train-the-trainer live experience focussed on head and neck cancer and the second looked at metastatic colorectal cancer. But both live programmes explored multidisciplinarity and interprofessional communication in the quest for better outcomes for patients.

We are pleased to offer a new package of learning tools answering the interprofessional communication needs of oncology professionals worldwide:

 

Slide kits

Multidisciplinary models

René Adam
The multidisciplinary cancer care model at Paul Brousse Hospital

Andreas Dietz
The multidisciplinary cancer care model at the University Hospital Leipzig

Laura Rubbia-Brandt
The multidisciplinary cancer care model at Geneva University Hospitals

Kevin Harrington
The Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Model at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London

Claus-Henning Köhne
The multidisciplinary cancer care model at Northwest German Cancer Center

Lisa Licitra
The multidisciplinary cancer care model at the Istituto Nazionale Tumori
 

Theory and elements of multidisciplinarity


René Adam
Multidisciplinarity: the benefit

Graeme Poston
Medico-legal implications of a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care

Lisa Licitra
Core competencies for working in a multidisciplinary team

Claus-Henning Köhne
Core competencies for multisciplinary teamwork

Lisa Licitra
Rational, definitions and benefits of working in a multidisciplinary team

Sat Parmar
“Make sense campaign”: seeking excellence for patients through multidisciplinary head and neck cancer care

Laura Rubbia-Brandt
Case study: communication between specialists

Lawrence H. Schwartz
Guidance on the implementation of the multidisciplinary cancer care

Rossana Tarricone
Cost effectiveness of the multidisciplinary management of cancer
 

Patient perspectives
 

Cancer patients’ perspectives on working with a multidisciplinary team

Ian Banks
Cancer patients' perspectives on multidisciplinary teamwork