Register to one of our Cancer and Work Navigation and Training Workshop sponsored by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
The Cancerandwork.ca team is proud to announce its latest initiative! Following the successful launch of our website, we are now looking to offering workshops on navigating the website and using 2 of its indispensable tools. After completing the workshop, participants will be able to maximize their user experience and inform others about doing the same.
- Open to cancer patients and survivors, healthcare providers, employers, and HR representatives
- Offered at various locations across Canada
- Three main sections: Survivors, Healthcare Providers and Employers
Employing 2 of the website’s tools:
- Job Analysis tool
- Return to Work Planner
Confirmation of acceptance will be provided by April 27th 2017 to the email address provided.
Where and When
1- May 1st, 2017 0930-1130 at the BCCA Room 603, Education Centre, 6th Floor, 750 West Broadway
2- May 5th, 2017 1030-1200 organized by CAPO in partnership with BCCA hosted at Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront 1133 West Hastings Street, Vancouver.
3- June 22nd 2017. To be held at St. Mary’s University. To register please send contact information.
4- Thursday, October 29 2017 14:45-1615 at the Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau-Ottawa.
5- November 2017, date to be determined. To be held at the McGill University Health Centre. Montreal workshop sponsored by Charles River.
Registration: There is a maximum of 20 participants, so register soon. Acceptance will be on a first come first serve basis. Complete the following survey below to register to one of the workshops. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Study Title: Addressing Cancer Worry and Fear of Cancer Recurrence among women with breast or ovarian cancer. A Quality of Life study funded by the Canadian Cancer Society.
Purpose: The purpose of the study is to evaluate how best we can help women manage their fear of cancer recurrence and cancer worries from their participation in a group support.
Who is Eligible?
- Women with a diagnosis of breast or gynecological cancer and who have completed treatment or who are close to completing treatment
- Fluency in English
- 18 years or older
- Available to attend in person 6 weekly sessions. Groups to start week of May 8th on the Monday (breast cancer) and Thursday (gynecological cancer)
Recruitment for the May 8th 2017 group:
- We are currently recruiting participants for Hope & Cope Wellness Centre 4635 Cote-St-Catherine Street, Montreal
- Transportation and parking are covered
- 6 weeks of no-cost group therapy led by professionals to help you deal with cancer worry and fear of cancer recurrence
Individuals who participate in this study, will be asked to complete a brief set of questionnaires about their worries from having had cancer. Some may receive a brief follow-up telephone interview. The questionnaires will be repeated three times and will take less than 30 minutes to complete.
If you are interested in learning more about this study, please contact the study coordinator, Lorena Baku at 416-581-8631, or the Principal Investigator, Dr. Christine Maheu at 514-616-5954, email@example.com. We are currently recruiting participants in Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa.
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