This course contains the following 35 Virtual Learning Seminars, grouped into 10 topic-specific units.

Each seminar includes seminar supplements, such as Next Steps, Frequently Asked Questions, & Additional Resources.

Click on the links (below) each thumbnail to view seminar's Instructor, Description, & Objectives.

Some seminars include DEMOS of their video lessons. (You may view a Free Demo of the entire course by clicking HERE.)

All seminars include (optional) closed captioning & speed variation, and may be accessed through mobile devices, tablets, or PC/Mac computers.

Unit 1

Introduction to Cancer Survivorship & Interdisciplinary Cancer Rehabilitation (2:07:02)

  • Course Introduction
  • Overview of Cancers & the Lymphatic System, and The Case for Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Moving Beyond the Cancer Diagnosis - Looking at the Big Picture
  • Cancer Survivorship
  • The Interdisciplinary Cancer Rehabilitation Team & Its Role in Cancer Care
  • Management of the Complex Oncology Patient

Unit 2

Guidelines Driving High-Quality Cancer Rehabilitation (2:28:15)

  • Leveraging Guidelines to Support the Integration of Rehabilitation into Cancer Care
  • Oncology Industry Guidelines & Standards

Unit 3

Medical Treatment Interventions for Cancer (3:43:16)

  • An Overview of Systemic Chemotherapy & the Acute & Late Side Effects of Treatment in the Oncology Population
  • Radiation Therapy as a Cancer Treatment Modality and Possible Acute, Late, & Long Term Effects
  • Oncology Surgical Intervention and Pertinent Post-Operative Effects on the Body Systems

Unit 4

Surveillance, Screening, & Identification of Cancer-Related Impairments (1:56:53)

  • Prospective Surveillance For Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Cancer Impairment Screening in the Acute Care Setting
  • Cancer Impairment Screening in the Outpatient Setting
  • Improving Outcomes with Cancer Prehabilitation & Pre-Surgical Assessments

Unit 5

Guidelines for Safe Clinical Practice in Cancer Rehabilitation (2:38:00)

  • The Importance of Lab Values for Clinical Decision Making in the Oncology Population
  • Applied Oncology Pharmacology for the Interdisciplinary Cancer Rehabilitation Team
  • Safety Considerations in the Oncology Population
  • Oncologic Emergencies

Unit 6

Financial Considerations in Cancer Care (2:08:11)

  • Regulatory & Payment Drivers in Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Understanding Financial Toxicity in the Oncology Setting

Unit 7

Cancer-related & Cancer Treatment-related Impairments-Part 1 (2:32:04)

  • Cancer Related Fatigue: Assessment & Management of a Distressing Cancer Side Effect
  • Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Lymphatic System Impairments in the Oncology Population
  • Vestibular Pathology & Its Effects in the Oncology Population

Unit 8

Cancer-related & Cancer Treatment-related Impairments-Part 2 (2:31:38)

  • The Impact of Cancer & Cancer Treatment on Pelvic Health
  • Overview of Intimacy, Sex, & Sexuality: How they may be Impacted by a Cancer Diagnosis
  • The Impact of Cancer & Cancer Treatment on Speech and Swallowing Function

Unit 9

Cancer-related & Cancer Treatment-related Impairments-Part 3 (2:23:56)

  • The Impact of Cancer on Cognitive Functioning
  • Psychosocial Effects & Distress Management in the Oncology Population
  • Pain Management in the Oncology Population

Unit 10

Evidence-based Interventions for Cancer-related Impairments (2:38:23)

  • The Role of Exercise in Cancer Recovery
  • The Role of Nutrition in Providing High-Quality Cancer Care
  • Spirituality as an Essential Component to High Quality Cancer Care
  • Palliative Care: The Importance of Early Integration into the Cancer Care Continuum