Everything you need to get started in the role.
Gain awareness of the legal and family matters that may arise when a relative is affected by cancer.
Helping children and young people when someone close has cancer.
Understand why nutritional care is a vital element of cancer care and how to manage and support patients' dietary needs.
Look at some of the late effects of cancer treatment and help signpost to useful sources of information and support.
Helps you answer questions about employment and cancer with confidence.
Explore when and how to start conversations; how you can help someone discuss what's important to them and help them plan ahead for their future care.
Using the Acorn Approach with hospices and schools to change children and young people's attitudes to death and dying.
The insights into how to talk to patients about the issues surrounding sexuality and cancer.
Assessment and management of problems with eating and weight loss in cancer patients with ACS (cachexia).
Key information about the Recovery Package for health and social care professionals.
Provides health and social care professionals with the skills to identify and signpost cancer carers to support.