Course Description, Objectives, & Agenda
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Core Competencies in Interdisciplinary Cancer Rehabilitation is a comprehensive, introductory, clinical education course designed to advance awareness, knowledge, and clinical competency for healthcare professionals of all experience levels in the field of interdisciplinary cancer rehabilitation.
The American Cancer Society has predicted a tsunami of over 22 million Americans by the year 2030 who will be living with or have a history of cancer.
This course supports rehabilitation therapists and clinicians in meeting the multifaceted needs and addressing impairments of people living with and beyond cancer to provide cohesive rehabilitative and supportive care services.
Based on current, evidence-based rehabilitation clinical practice guidelines and oncology industry recommendations and standards, the course is comprised of 35 individual Virtual Learning Seminars created by well-known, distinguished leaders and educators in oncology and oncology rehabilitation.
This course will enhance the participants’ knowledge of:
At the completion of this course, participants will be prepared to safely and confidently navigate the logistical challenges associated with identifying the need for and providing competent, high-quality cancer rehabilitative care to people with cancer diagnoses to optimize their quality of life and overall survivorship.
Course Type: e-course, self-study - recorded video content (24hrs), supplemental reading (2hrs)
Course Level: Introductory
Appropriate Disciplines: NURSES, ATC, AUDIOLOGISTS, PT/PTA, OT/COTA, SLP/SLPA, PHYSICIANS
Attendance: Log in using a unique username/password. Must watch 90% min. of each video to progress.
Assessment: Multiple choice and true/false quizzes – 80% correct is passing score
Participants must watch all videos, pass all quizzes, and submit a completed course evaluation to receive a certificate of completion including continuing education credit where applicable.
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to: