E-learning: breastcancer: an integrative approach

Op zelf gekozen moment te volgen
Accreditatie: 10 accreditatiepunten AVIG en/of 10 CME (Amerikaanse artsen-punten)

Breastcancer: an integrative approach (10 AVIG accreditatiepunten)

Deze e-learning wordt aangeboden in samenwerking met de University of Arizona. De e-learning is al jaren in de VS geaccrediteerd voor 10 CME (Amerikaanse accreditatie) voor alle artsen en is onderdeel van het 2-jarige fellowship Integrative Medicine van Dr. Weil. De kwaliteit is hoogstaand en er wordt gewerkt met verschillende werkvormen (interactieve casuistiek, quizen en video). De geschatte tijdsinvestering is 10 uur. Alle onderdelen zijn in het engels, zo ook de toelichting hieronder:

1 op de 7 vrouwen krijgt borstkanker. De prevalentie van borstkanker bij mannen neemt ook toe. Borstkanker behandeling is complex en vraagt veel. Steeds meer onderzoek laat zien dat effectieve stress-reductie, beweging, slaap, voeding de outcome en de kwaliteit van leven kan verbeteren, tijdens behandeling maar ook daarna.

 

Objectives

Breast Cancer Prevention

Participants will be able to:

  • List key risk factors for breast cancer and identify modifiable risk factors.
  • Define strategies to help patients address modifiable risk factors.
  • Discuss counseling women on the role of nutrition in breast cancer prevention.
  • Recognize the roles insulin resistance and environmental toxins play in a woman’s risk for breast cancer.
  • Recognize those women at high risk for breast cancer and appropriately refer those patients for genetic screening, intensive surveillance, and preventive treatments.
  • Apply preventive, evidence-based integrative approaches in women at risk for breast cancer using case-based learning.

Breast Cancer Treatment
Participants will be able to:

  • Discuss surgical options for breast cancer treatment and reconstructive surgery.
  • Assess methods used to optimize surgical outcomes, improve patient experience, and reduce risk of complications.
  • Describe classes of drug therapies and radiation therapy for breast cancer treatment, their associated adverse effects, and approaches to prevent or minimize these effects.
  • Recognize the Traditional Chinese Medicine interpretation of the causes and treatment approaches to breast cancer, especially the use of acupuncture for addressing some of the adverse effects of conventional treatment.
  • Evaluate commonly used mind-body medicine approaches used to prepare and support women during breast cancer treatment, and the medical evidence for mind-body medicine in mitigating adverse side effects of conventional treatment.
  • Apply evidence-based integrative medicine strategies to breast cancer using case-based learning that addresses a variety of diagnostic and treatment scenarios.

Breast Cancer Survivorship
Participants will be able to:

  • Discuss guidelines for monitoring breast cancer patients post-treatment, and key strategies for preventing recurrence.
  • Demonstrate approaches to prevent or reduce symptoms of physical weakness, functional impairment, lymphedema, and nerve damage caused by surgery and radiation therapy for breast cancer.
  • Identify the impact of long-term breast cancer drug therapy on the endocrine system and discuss evidence-based integrative approaches to manage hot flashes, osteoporosis, and sexual function.
  • Assess evidence-based integrative medicine approaches to mental health after breast cancer treatment, including depression, anxiety, insomnia, and fatigue.
  • Apply evidence-based integrative medicine strategies in case-based learning format to address the complex needs of breast cancer survivors.

Target Audience

This online enduring material educational program is designed for physicians, advanced nurse practitioners, and physician assistants and other health care providers who have an interest in breast cancer treatment.

Educational Purpose

The educational purpose of Breast Cancer: An Integrative Approach is to provide practitioners with an overview of integrative prevention strategies and cancer care modalities and treatments that are beneficial for patients in active treatment and survivorship.

Instructors

Hilary McClafferty, MD, FAAP Co-Director of the Fellowship and Director of the Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency program at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH, Founder, Oregon Integrative Oncology, Ashland, OR
Steven Gurgevich, PhD, Clinical Asst Professor of Medicine and Director, The Mind-Body Clinic, Tucson, Arizona
Bridget Bongaard, MD, Medical Director, Islands Hospice, Kahului, HI
Pio Guerrero, MD, Attending Physician, Colorado Rehabilitation Specialists, Colorado Springs, CO
Adi Benito-Herrero, MD, Owner and Director, Princeton Integral Endocrinology, Princeton, NJ
Ayemoethu Ma, MD, Director of Breast Surgery, Mt. Sinai – St. Luke’s, New York, NY
James Holleman, MD, Surgeon, St. Luke’s Surgical Associates, Columbus, NC
Sharon Taylor, MD, Retired, Durham, NC
Maggi Coplin, MD, Oncologist, Oncology Locums, Chesterfield, MO
Diljeet Singh, MD, DrPH, Gynecologic Onocolgy, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Group, McLean, VA
Melanie Fiorella, MD, Associate Clinical Professor, UC San Diego Health, San Diego, CA
Jeffrey Baker, MD, Owner, The Healing Sanctuary, Idaho Falls, ID
Shilpa Saxena, MD, Founder/President, SevaMed Institute, Inc,Lutz, FL
Rena Zimmerman, MD, Radiation Oncologist, Midwest Radiation Oncology Consultants, McHenry, IL
Cheryl Beighle, MD, Partner, Pediatrician, Everett Clinic, Everett WA
Joanne Perron, MD, FACOG, Lecturer, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Santosh Rao, MD, Medical Director of Integrative Medicine, Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, Gilbert, AZ
Kathleen Sanders, FNP, Nurse Practitioner, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
Jingduan Yang, MD, Founder/Medical Director, Tao Institute of Mind & Body Medicine, Marlton, NJ
Leila Ali-Akbarian, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Kathryn Hamilton, MA, RDN, CSO, CDN, FAND, Outpatient Oncology Dietitian, Morristown Medical Center, Morristown, NJ
Jaimie Perkunas, DPT, E-RYT, Owner, Yoga Is Therapy, Tucson, AZ
Robbins, Justine, MEd, LMT, CLT, NCTMB, Lymphedema Therapist, Banner University of Arizona Cancer Center North, Tucson, AZ

Inschrijving

Je kunt de e-learning online bestellen. Eventueel in combinatie met een nascholingsabonnement, zodat je korting krijgt. Binnen 48 uur ontvang je via de mail de inlogcodes en kun je aan de slag. Bij de afronding van de e-learning ontvang je direct per mail je certificaat. Op het moment van inschrijving heb je 30 dagen om de e-learning af te ronden. Deze periode kan altijd kosteloos met 30 dagen extra worden verlengd.

Accreditatie:

AVIG: Deze e-learning is voor 10 punten  algemeen medische nascholing (AMN), integrale nascholing (IG) of natuurgeneeskunde nascholing (NG) naar keuze bij de AVIG geaccrediteerd.

KNMG: Voor huisartsen, medische specialisten en andere artsen: Ondanks dat deze elearning voor Amerikaanse artsen geaccrediteerd is, heeft de KNMG geen accreditatiepunten toegekend. Wel is het mogelijk -zoals vaker bij internationale scholingen/congressen- om met het Amerikaanse certificaat (10 CME) dat je per mail ontvangt, bij je eigen wetenschappelijke vereniging een individueel verzoek tot accreditatie in te dienen.

Organisatie nascholing:

Drs. Simone Ardesch
Voor informatie mail: simone@schoolforintegrativemedicine.nl

Voorwaarden:

Voor deze scholing zijn de algemene voorwaarden van de ASIMH van toepassing

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum

  • Prevention
  • Treatment
  • Monitoring and Preventing Recurrence
  • Physical Rehabilitation in BC Survivors
  • Endocrine Considerations
  • Mental Health After Breast Cancer
  • Evaluation
  • Exam

Hilary McClafferty, MD, FAAP Co-Director of the Fellowship and Director of the Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency program at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH, Founder, Oregon Integrative Oncology, Ashland, OR
Steven Gurgevich, PhD, Clinical Asst Professor of Medicine and Director, The Mind-Body Clinic, Tucson, Arizona
Bridget Bongaard, MD, Medical Director, Islands Hospice, Kahului, HI
Pio Guerrero, MD, Attending Physician, Colorado Rehabilitation Specialists, Colorado Springs, CO
Adi Benito-Herrero, MD, Owner and Director, Princeton Integral Endocrinology, Princeton, NJ
Ayemoethu Ma, MD, Director of Breast Surgery, Mt. Sinai – St. Luke’s, New York, NY
James Holleman, MD, Surgeon, St. Luke’s Surgical Associates, Columbus, NC
Sharon Taylor, MD, Retired, Durham, NC
Maggi Coplin, MD, Oncologist, Oncology Locums, Chesterfield, MO

 

Datum:
Op zelf gekozen moment te volgen
Accreditatie:
10 accreditatiepunten AVIG en/of 10 CME (Amerikaanse artsen-punten)
Sprekers (o.a.):
Hilary McClafferty, MD, FAAP Co-Director of the Fellowship and Director of the Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency program at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH, Founder, Oregon Integrative Oncology, Ashland, OR
Steven Gurgevich, PhD, Clinical Asst Professor of Medicine and Director, The Mind-Body Clinic, Tucson, Arizona
Locatie:
Prijs:
 260,00