Brain Tumours: Surgical and Oncological Pathways

Learn to provide timely, quality and evidence based psycho-social support to patients undergoing brain tumour surgery and oncology treatments.

From the neurosurgical and oncological response, through to the patient and family experience, this workshop will provide clinicians with a better understanding of how to support patients through their journey, within both acute and community care settings.

In order to improve health and patient outcomes, further information will be provided on referral processes, education and clinical care.

Who should attend?
  • Nurses
  • Allied health professionals
  • Medical officers
  • Clinical supervisors
  • Practice Nurses
  • Pharmacists
Workshop topics
  • How to provide sufficient education  and information to patients to prepare and support them through surgical intervention
  • Discuss oncological treatments including common reactions to treatment
  • Patient journey between surgical and oncological pathways
  • Range of community supports including how to access these for patients, families and carers

Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Activity no. 155329 allocated 6 Category 2 points in the QI&CPD Program for the 2017-19 triennium.

Duration and cost

Duration
5 pm - 8 pm

Cost
$ 130 (incl. GST)
10% discount available for Mater People

Cancellation and refund policy
Location

Mater South Brisbane Campus
Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane

For more information and a campus map visit the contact page.

Apply for upcoming dates


Currently no sessions are available for this course.

Please contact us to find out about upcoming sessions for this course.