Be the Boss Over Cancer

Registration Now Open for Fall 2012 Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals

It’s been said that education is the key to empowerment.

If you’re a healthcare professional, chances are pretty high that your patients and clients often reach out to you for answers to difficult questions. But you may not always have the answers.

When the questions on the table are about navigating the delicate balance between work and cancer, the Educational Series will equip you with all of the tools and resources to help guide your patients.  This free, 3-part webinar series is designed specifically with the healthcare professional in mind – you’ll  learn how to advise your patients on the challenges, options and realities of working during or after cancer treatment. 

Why should you attend? In 2011, 94.2% of registrants said that their patients with cancer ask for guidance on working through treatment.

Concurrently, 98% of participants said the the information they received could be used in their day-to-day interactions with their patients.

September 13, 2012: Practical Advice & Tools To Balance Cancer and EmploymentSpeakers: Kate Sweeney, Executive Director, Cancer and Careers
Laura Cinquemani LCSW-R, Oncology Social Worker and Consultant
To register for this session, click here.

October 11, 2012: Legal & Insurance Issues To Consider
Speaker: Joanna L. Morales, Esq., Cancer Rights Attorney and CEO, Navigating Cancer Survivorship
To register for this session, click here.   

November 15, 2012: Re-Entering The Workforce After Short & Long Absences
Speakers: Laura Cinquemani LCSW-R, Oncology Social Worker and Consultant
Julie Jansen, Executive and Career Coach and Author
To register for this session, click here.  

Note: All webinars begin at 3 PM ET and are one hour.  CEU’s are available for nurses and social workers. For more information on CEU’s and accreditation, click here.

The Fall Education Series for Healthcare Professionals is made possible by support from the Avon Foundation for Women.


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