Continuous Medical Education

International, Multilingual Online Training Programme in Psycho-Oncology
A Core Curriculum in Psychosocial Aspects of Cancer Care

Please view any of the presentations below. Several of the presentations, in their final slides, refer to an attached evaluation to be printed and faxed to IPOS Headquarters. Please disregard these instructions and instead click on the "course evaluation" link on the right side of this page to tell us what you thought of the presentation. We will use this information to improve future online lectures. After completing the online evaluation, you will receive a certificate of completion. Lecture Attachments A brief biography of the translator(s) of each web lecture (except the English versions) is included under the Attachments tab in the top right-hand corner of each presentation. Any supplementary materials mentioned in the lecture have also been included in the Attachments. This online lecture series, made available by IPOS and the European School of Oncology (ESO), features nine webcasts:

  • - Cancer: A Family Affair by Lea Baider PhD
  • - Loss, Grief and Bereavement by David Kissane MD
  • - Palliative Care for the Psycho-Oncologist by William Breitbart MD
  • - Ethical Implications of Psycho-Oncology by Antonella Surbone MD, PhD, FACP
  • - Psychosocial Interventions: Evidence and Methods for Supporting Cancer Patients by Maggie Watson PhD and Barry Bultz PhD
  • - Communication and Interpersonal Skills in Cancer Care by Walter F. Baile MD
  • - Anxiety and Adjustment Disorders in Cancer Patients by Katalin Muszbek MD
  • - Distress Management in Cancer by Jimmie C. Holland MD
  • - Depression and Depressive Disorders in Cancer Patients by Luigi Grassi MD and Yosuke Uchitomi MD, PhD
  • - Psychosocial Assessment in Cancer Patients by Uwe Koch MD, PhD and Anja Mehnert PhD
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