This course (Killing Cancer – What Impact Does It Have?) provides a general overview of the basic principles of cancer. It also provides information on the most common types of cancer and identifies important aspects of each when encountered in clinical practice. The course goes on to define the staging of cancer and provides an overview of prognosis. The course offers a look into how chemotherapy works. Furthermore, it goes on the list the most common side effects, and treatment options of current chemotherapy. Upon completion of this course (Killing Cancer – What Impact Does It Have?), you will be able to learn:
- Discuss how cancer forms
- Identify the most common types of cancer
- Define how cancers are staged
- List the most common causes of cancer
- Explain how chemotherapy works
- Identify the most common side effects of chemotherapy
Contact Hours : 4 Hours
Course Fee: $15 / Participant
Author: Desiree Jassin M. Jouria, Jr., MD
Target Audience: Nursing Healthcare Professionals
Instructional Methods: Online Independent Self-Study (Training + Post-Test). A minimum passing score of 70% is required for course completion. A Printable (Pdf) Certificate By Email.
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