Deze e-learning wordt aangeboden in samenwerking met de University of Arizona. De e-learning is al jaren in de VS geaccrediteerd voor 3,25 AMA (Amerikaanse accreditatie) voor alle artsen. De kwaliteit is hoogstaand en er wordt gewerkt met verschillende werkvormen (interactieve casuistiek, quizen en video). De geschatte tijdsinvestering is 3,25 uur. Alle onderdelen zijn engels, zo ook de toelichting hieronder.

Introduction to Integrative Oncology 

It is estimated that a great majority of cancer patients are using complementary therapies in addition to conventional care. As patients face a life-threatening diagnosis out of their control, they turn to therapies that offer hope and a regained sense of empowerment. Learn about controlling weight, the impact of nutrition, dietary supplements, stress reduction, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chemo-CAM interactions and more.
This educational activity is designed to provide practitioners with an overview of integrative modalities and treatments that are beneficial for cancer care for patients in active treatment and survivorship, as well as prevention strategies.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Define integrative oncology and summarize the frequency of complementary and integrative medicine use by cancer patients.
  2. Describe integrative cancer care for patients receiving conventional cancer treatment and also for post-treatment cancer survivors.
  3. Describe dietary guidelines for cancer patients.
  4. Describe published evidence relating to the indications, limitations, and contraindications of botanicals and supplements in cancer care.
  5. Evaluate the benefits of mind-body medicine approaches for cancer supportive care using an evidence-informed perspective.
  6. Assess the potential applications for whole systems of medicine in oncology and examine the evidence for acupuncture in oncology.

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Integrative Oncology – Gain an understanding of the role of integrative care in oncology.
  • Weight, Nutrition, and Physical Activity – Explore the role of dietary risks on cancer prevention and treatment.
  • Botanicals & Dietary Supplements – Evaluation of botanical & dietary supplement recommendations with a look at supplement-chemotherapy interactions.
  • Mind-Body Approaches – Comprehensive review of mind-body approaches to utilize during treatment and survivorship.
  • Whole Systems of Medicine – Understand the use of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine as complementary use in treatment and survivorship of cancer.
  • Evaluation
  • Course Exam

Target Audience

This enduring material educational program is intended for physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, psychologists, and psychiatrists in any specialty. In addition, all healthcare professionals who have an interest in an integrative approach to healing are targeted.

Completion Requirements

Complete all the coursework, course evaluation, and the final test with a score of 70% or better. Upon successful completion, you will be able to print your certificate of completion.

Instructors

  • Santosh Rao, MD, ABOIM; Medical Director of Integrative Oncology, University Hospitals Connor Whole Health; Medical Oncology, GU Oncology; President-Elect, Society for Integrative Oncology
  • Donald Abrams, MD; Immediate Past Chief, Hematology-Oncology, Zuckerberg San Francisco General; Integrative Oncology UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Health; Professor Emeritus of Medicine, University of California San Francisco
  • Lise Alschuler, ND; Associate Director, Fellowship Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine; Professor, Department of Medicine University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson
  • Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH; Founder of Oregon Integrative Oncology, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
  • Anand Dhruva, MD; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine University of California San Francisco

Inschrijving

Je kunt de e-learning online bestellen. Binnen 3 werkdagen 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 3,25 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 (3,25 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: marieke@schoolforintegrativemedicine.nl

Voorwaarden:

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

 

 

 

 

 

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Define integrative oncology and summarize the frequency of complementary and integrative medicine use by cancer patients.
  2. Describe integrative cancer care for patients receiving conventional cancer treatment and also for post-treatment cancer survivors.
  3. Describe dietary guidelines for cancer patients.
  4. Describe published evidence relating to the indications, limitations, and contraindications of botanicals and supplements in cancer care.
  5. Evaluate the benefits of mind-body medicine approaches for cancer supportive care using an evidence-informed perspective.
  6. Assess the potential applications for whole systems of medicine in oncology and examine the evidence for acupuncture in oncology.

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Integrative Oncology – Gain an understanding of the role of integrative care in oncology.
  • Weight, Nutrition, and Physical Activity – Explore the role of dietary risks on cancer prevention and treatment.
  • Botanicals & Dietary Supplements – Evaluation of botanical & dietary supplement recommendations with a look at supplement-chemotherapy interactions.
  • Mind-Body Approaches – Comprehensive review of mind-body approaches to utilize during treatment and survivorship.
  • Whole Systems of Medicine – Understand the use of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine as complementary use in treatment and survivorship of cancer.
  • Evaluation
  • Course Exam
  • Santosh Rao, MD, ABOIM; Medical Director of Integrative Oncology, University Hospitals Connor Whole Health; Medical Oncology, GU Oncology; President-Elect, Society for Integrative Oncology
  • Donald Abrams, MD; Immediate Past Chief, Hematology-Oncology, Zuckerberg San Francisco General; Integrative Oncology UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Health; Professor Emeritus of Medicine, University of California San Francisco
  • Lise Alschuler, ND; Associate Director, Fellowship Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine; Professor, Department of Medicine University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson
  • Dawn Lemanne, MD, MPH; Founder of Oregon Integrative Oncology, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
  • Anand Dhruva, MD; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine University of California San Francisco

Datum:
Op zelf gekozen tijdstip te volgen: e-learning
Accreditatie:
3,25 accreditatiepunten AVIG en/of 3,25 CME (Amerikaanse artsen-punten)
Sprekers (o.a.):
o.a medisch specialisten van de University of Arizona
Locatie:
Prijs:
 99,00

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