This third annual Managing Cancer Immunotherapy conference will be focusing on adverse effects providing a learning and networking platform to share good practice and resources. Designed for Clinical Oncologists, Medical Oncologists, Lead Nurses and Nurse Specialists from Acute Oncology and Cancer Services, and Chemotherapy and Respiratory Units, this is a great opportunity to increase understanding across your service of both the short and long-term side effects and put the right systems in place for appropriate escalation and care.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day
Clearer knowledge of immunotherapiesMidlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Very good. The case studies were very usefulHertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Good to have opportunity to network and listen to expert speakersAbertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
Good variety of speakers from multiple sites across the countryNorthern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust
Great, really have taken away a lot of new information, feel much more confident and thinking of ways to go back and teachEast Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Great networking opportunity as well as great informative day. Excellent sessions!Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
The documentation from Managing Cancer Immunotherapy Adverse Effects which took place on 27 November 2018 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Patient treatment case studies - short and long-term side effects assessed and explained
- Acute oncology taking a team approach - rethinking the service and changing the culture
- Working with endocrinologists and gastroenterologists - developing a practical approach
- Immunotherapy for cancer - insight into the technology, research and evidence
- Lung cancer and the challenges of patient care - and delivering immunotherapy treatments
- Achieving an effective escalation process - for people on immunotherapies arriving in ED or MAU
- Patient experience data shared - research into patient understanding of their adverse effects
- Nurses role in educating and communicating with patients - to promptly report adverse events
- Staff education - increasing knowledge of immunotherapy toxicity and management
Conference documentation in both hard and electronic copy is available for purchase at £89 (there is no VAT charge). In addition to being posted a copy, all the documentation is now available to you in electronic format so that you can access the papers and presentations online.
Please email the customer service team or telephone 01732 897788 stating the name and date of the event you would like to purchase documentation for. Payment is required in advance and this can be done by requesting an invoice or immediately using a debit card.
On receipt of payment you will be given immediate access to the presentations on-line where they will be in a pdf format. You will also be sent a set of documentation in the post.
Thank you for attending an SBK: Healthcare course. We are pleased to offer you on-line access to the documentation that you received at the event. This is an exclusive benefit for all of the attendees and includes additional and updated documentation.
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