Beyond Treatment: Challenges & Solutions for Cancer Survivors...Finding Work

Last Modified: October 20, 2008

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Conference Dates: March 19, 2009
Conference Location: teleconference

Sponsoring Group: Legal Clinic for the Disabled, St. Mary's Medical Center, American Cancer Society, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Topics Covered: Information to help unemployed or under employed cancer survivors find work. Available resources, how to avoid problems, advice on finding open jobs, getting hired, prohibitted questions by employers.

Conference Objectives: Information and Advice to Help Cancer Survivors and Care Givers Find Work

Who Should Attend: Social workers, nurses, cancer survivors, care givers

Conference Agenda: Provide useful information that will help cancer survivors and care givers find jobs. Provide advice on how to work around gaps in employment history.

Registration Information: Nancy Chum (610) 521-8274 ext. 234 or

Conference Fees: free

Continuing Education: Yes

Miscellany: Third in a series of free, monthly teleconference workshops on issues facing cancer survivors and care givers.

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