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2019fri06sep8:00 am5:00 pmWhat to Know about Oncology Rehabilitation for the Outpatient Clinician – New Haven, CTThis one-day course will allow for the outpatient clinician to evaluate and treat a patient with a history of cancer diagnosis or is currently undergoing cancer treatments. The clinician will understand the various types of cancer treatments and how the side effects may present in their clinic. New Haven, CT Event Organized By: Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy Event Type :Academy Courses
Early-Bird Deadline is one month prior to the course. Advance Deadline is two weeks prior to the course.
Academy MemberEarly Bird
Advanced Price: $229
APTA MemberEarly Bird
Advanced Price: $275
Advanced Price: $325
Note: Pricing above is for a one-day course.
OncoReads SM is an exciting program that allows you to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the comfort of your own home or office. In partnership with Rehabilitation Oncology and the APTA Learning Center, selected articles will be made available for you to read and critically analyze in preparation to complete a 15 question exam (>/=70% to pass) to earn CEUs (.2 per article!) through the Learning Center.
Available articles will be updated with each issue of Rehabilitation Oncology. Presently, 8 articles focusing on translating evidence into practice and covering topics aligned with the Description of Specialty Practice are available.
OncoReads SM is an exciting program that allows you to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the comfort of your own home or office. In partnership with Rehabilitation Oncology and the APTA Learning Center, selected articles will be made available for you to read and critically analyze in preparation to complete a 15 question exam (>/=70% to pass) to earn CEUs (2 per article!) through the Learning Center.
Available articles will be updated with each edition of Rehabilitation Oncology. Presently, 6 articles focusing on translating evidence into practice and covering topics aligned with the Description of Specialty Practice are available.
- Wireless Physical Activity Monitor Use Among Adults Living With HIV: A Scoping Review
- Translating Research to Practice Using a Team-Based Approach to Cancer Rehabilitation
- Oncology Section EDGE Task Force on Urogenital Cancer Outcomes: Clinical Measures of Lymphedema—A Systematic Review
- Oncology Section EDGE Task Force on Cancer: Measures of Cancer-Related Fatigue—A Systematic Review
- Safety of Symptom-Based Modification of Physical Therapy Interventions in Pediatric Oncology Patients With and Without Low Blood Counts
- Oncology Section EDGE Task Force on Cancer: A Systematic Review of Clinical Measures for Pain
- Diagnosis of Upper-Quadrant Lymphedema Secondary to Cancer: Clinical Practice Guideline From the Oncology Section of APTA
- Effect of Common Medications on Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema
The Academy of Oncologic PT, APTA has several course offerings looking for partners to host. The host facility will be chosen based on the guarantee that they can draw a minimum of 20 registrants. These registrants can come from the host facility or local facilities.
The Academy of Oncologic PT is interested in developing a list of facilities in all settings (acute care, outpatient and rehabilitation) that would be willing to offer clinical affiliations for students who are interested in oncology.
The Academy will share this list with academic institutions upon request. It will be the responsibility of the academic institution to contact the facility and to develop the clinical affiliation. Placing your facility’s name on the list of potential affiliation sites in no way obligates you to provide a clinical affiliation for a particular academic institution.
This is a great opportunity for the members of the Academy to help spread the word about oncology rehabilitation and to educate future members of the Academy. If you are interested in participating, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org: name of facility, contact person, address, phone number, email address, type of facility, and patient population(s).
Thank you in advance for your willingness to share your knowledge and experience. Questions? Contact Maggie Rinehart-Ayres at email@example.com.
Central Valley Physical Therapy
USC Physical Therapy Associates - Health Sciences Campus (HSC)
1640 Marengo St #102
Los Angeles, CA 90033
Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 USF Magnolia Drive
Tampa, FL 33612
Specialty: Contribute to the Prevention and Cure of Cancer
National Institute HealthOncology
Beaumont Health System
Stephenson Cancer Center
Fox Chase Cancer Center
333 Cottman Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Specialty: Inpatient and outpatient
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Shands Medical Center at the University of Florida
University of Chicago Medicine
City of Hope
Phone: 626-256-4673 ext 82840
Address: 1500 E Duarte Rd, Duarte CA 91010
Patient Populations: bone marrow transplant, post-surgical, hematology, pediatrics, neuro-oncology, pelvic floor, women’s health, head and neck cancers, ICU, chronic pain, medical-oncology
We are a comprehensive cancer center with inpatient and outpatient physical therapy departments.
The Academy of Oncologic PT, APTA has several course offerings looking for partners to host. The host facility will be chosen based on the guarantee that they can draw a minimum of 20 registrants.
The Academy's General Listerv is a very productive messaging system for answering your practice questions. In addition, we maintain specialized listservs for our special interest groups.
Any PT/PTA living in a country other than the US who is not eligible for membership in APTA can take advantage of our membership benefits by becoming a Partner of the Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy.