2nd International Conference on Physical Therapy in Oncology - Virtual event (May 3-4 2021)
The 2nd International Conference on Physical Therapy in Oncology is being held virtually on 3-4th May 2021
The Christie School of Oncology - Upcoming Events
The Christie School of Oncology have 2 upcoming study days that may be of interest to membersEssentials in Palliative and End of Life Care - 24th March 2021Supportive Measures and Palliative Therapies in Head and Neck Cancer - 25th June 2021
Experts in Sport Podcast: Insight into the relationship between exercise and cancer
Loughborough University host a regular series of podcasts called 'Experts in Sport'. This one is specifically about exercise and cancer
‘Talking about Sex – Cancer Care’ eLearning module for health professionals
Ulster University, working alongside a team of researchers at the Institute of Nursing and Health Research, have developed and tested an eLearning resource for healthcare professionals to enhance the provision of sexual support in cancer care.
Macmillan AHP Competence Framework
The new updated version of the Macmillan AHP Competence Framework is now available
Management of Breathlessness in Patients with Cancer: ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines
This ESMO Clinical Practice Guideline provides key recommendations on the management of breathlessness in patients with cancer
An investigation into physiotherapists’ perspectives and experiences of palliative care in the United Kingdom: a cross-sectional web-based survey
Researchers at York St John University are requesting participation of ACPOPC members and their colleagues working in palliative care in a survey
Invite to participate in online survey on the end of life needs of older people with severe frailty
The University of Surrey would like ACPOPC members and their colleagues to participate in the PALL UP Study
Guide to Sarcoma for Allied Health ProfessionalsSarcoma UK have produced this guide. It is for allied health professionals who treat sarcoma patients but whose majority caseload is not sarcoma.
New COVID-19 e-learning on recovery and rehabilitation
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues it is recognised that those who recover from the virus often continue to display a range of physical and psychological symptoms that require therapy and support.
This interactive e-learning programme aims to provide health and care staff, including Allied Health Professionals, fitness professionals and carers with strategies and techniques to manage key symptoms experienced by people recovering from COVID-19.