Are you a young adult cancer survivor who would like to have input on improving follow-up care for future cancer patients? If yes, we have a great opportunity to help improve the current system.
A group in Manitoba is currently developing an educational program for doctors who are training to become family doctors or oncologists. The program is about the care of cancer patients after treatment is complete, often called follow-up or survivorship care. The family doctor trainees and cancer specialist trainees will be learning together in this course. The course is being developed by a national team of educators, clinicians, postgraduate trainees, and survivors with funding from the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC).
They would like to hear from you; please click here to complete the short survey. They will be collecting responses until January 20, 2015.