Last Modified: November 2, 2011
Date: November 17, 2011, 3PM ET
Sponsoring Group: Cancerandcareers.org
Topics Covered: Do your patients ask for guidance on working through treatment? Do you wish you had better answers? Learn how to advise your patients at Cancer and Careers' free series of teleconferences/webinars designed just for you. This three-part series is made possible by support from the Avon Foundation. Why should you attend? In 2010 87.8% of registrants said that their patients with cancer ask for guidance on working through treatment. AND 99.1% of participants said that the information they received could be used in their day-to-day interactions with their patients.
Who Should Attend: Nurses, Social Workers, Navigators
Agenda: Register now for the LAST session of 2011! November 17th, 2011(3pm ET/ 12pm PT) Legal and Insurance Issues To Consider Speaker: Joanna L. Morales, Esq., Director, Cancer Legal Resource Center Note: The above event is a free teleconference/webinar and starts at 3pm ET (12pm PT) Accreditation: Each individual requesting credit MUST register and dial in individually, group registrations or dial ins cannot be used for credit. This continuing nursing education activity was approved by ONS, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's COA. This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886534115) for continuing education contact hours. The Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals is made possible through a grant from the Avon Foundation for Women.
Registration Information: http://www.cancerandcareers.org/en/community/events/healthcare-professionals
Continuing Education: Yes
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