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In this webcast, nurse and psychotherapist Bonney Elliott addresses the psychosocial impacts of living with a chronic blood cancer on quality of life, stress, and social and family relationships.
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Learn ways to live better with a chronic cancer.
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Whether you are thinking about or planning a return, already back at it or wanting to take your career or education in a new direction, this webcast will help you think through the big and small issues that may arise. Following the presentation, you will hear from adolescent and young adult survivors on their first-hand experiences.
Work, school and finance
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Learn more about the fear of recurrence.
Mental health and wellness, Healthcare management
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Learn ways to improve your physical and mental health, lessen anxiety and reduce fear of recurrence by incorporating evidence-based mind-body techniques from Dr. Rob Rutledge, a radiation oncologist in Halifax and the co-creator of the ‘Skills for Healing’ Cancer Weekend retreats.
Mental health and wellness, Healthcare management
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Experiencing a fear of cancer recurrence is very normal. Most cancer survivors will experience the fear that their cancer will come back or progress. In this presentation, Dr. Christian Schulz-Quach, a staff psychiatrist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, explain this feeling and its impact, and share strategies on how to manage it.
Mental health and wellness, Healthcare management
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Returning to work after cancer can leave you with a mix of emotions and a unique set of challenges. Cancerandwork.ca was developed to help those affected by a cancer to manage the challenges of returning to a job, changing work or looking for work. In this session, cancerandwork.ca Co-Directors Maureen Parkinson and Dr. Christine Maheu, explore the website’…
Work, school and finance
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Exercise is a vital component of your care after cancer and provides not only physical benefits, but also mental and emotional benefits. In this session, Dr. Nicole Culos-Reed, a professor in the faculties of Kinesiology and Medicine at the University of Calgary, share resources that will support moving for health and wellness for individuals living with…
Mental health and wellness, Healthcare management
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Effectively managing chronic pain after treatment or with a chronic cancer should take into consideration the physical, emotional, social and spiritual parts of an individual. Jocelyn Brown, RN, MN, a pain and palliative care clinical nurse specialist, share strategies for managing your pain.
Treatment and side effects, Healthcare management
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Once you finish treatment for your cancer, you might struggle with isolation, distress and anxiety. How do you manage these challenges and make a successful transition to a life after cancer? In this session, Dr. Linda Watson, Scientific Director of Applied Research and Patient Experience with Cancer Care Alberta, explore the impact of a cancer diagnosis…
Mental health and wellness, Healthcare management