Oncology Series: Surgical & Breast Cancer Care

Assessment and management of a surgical patient is critical to health professional’s repertoire of essential skills. Appropriate care and understanding of a patient’s journey pre and post breast surgery is imperative for good patient outcomes.

Join us, as we explore key concepts of breast care in a dynamic learning environment, including:

  • Breast screening and investigations
  • Surgical options
  • Patient experience
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Psychological impact
Who should attend
Any health care professional who is interested in current and evidence based practise in care of the surgical patient focus on breast care, including:
  • Nurses
  • Medical officers
  • GPs
  • Practice nurses
  • Students in medicine and health care
Course structure & assessment
  • Breast screening and investigations
  • Surgical options
  • Patient experience
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Psychological impact
Accreditation
3 CPD hours
Duration & cost

Duration
4.30 pm - 7.30 pm

Cost
$132

Cancellation and refund policy
Location

Mater South Brisbane Campus
Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane

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