Skill Building in Psychosocial Oncology & Palliative Care

Last Modified: November 17, 2002

Conference Dates: March 26-28, 2003
Conference Location: Embassy Suites, Tampa, FL

Sponsoring Group: Moffitt Cancer Center

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Topics Covered: The purpose of this program is to provide clinical social workers, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and other health care professionals an overview of psychosocial and palliative care issues in the oncology setting as well as specific skills that can be used in working with cancer patients.

Who Should Attend: Social Workers, Psychologists, Nurses

Continuing Education: Yes


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