FREE webinars

Upcoming webinars

COVID-19 Vaccine for Cancer Patients

This webinar aims to debunk myths surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine for cancer patients, and will explore the key learnings for primary care professionals.

Audience: This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across England.

Key speakers:

  • Professor Robert Duncombe, Director of Pharmacy at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Neil Bayman, Consultant Clinical Oncologist at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead

Register here

Register here

Recorded webinars

Diagnosing Ovarian Cancer

In this webinar, our speakers explored the symptoms of ovarian cancer, risk factors and essential investigations.

Audience:

This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across NHS England.

Speakers:

Prof. Gordon Jayson, Professor of Medical Oncology

Dr Rebecca Leon, GatewayC GP Lead and The Christie School of Oncology GP Lead

References:

(more…)

Improving Early Diagnosis

In this webinar, our speakers explored the challenges surrounding the early diagnosis of cancer in general practice and relevant decision-making tools.

Audience: This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across NHS England.

Key speakers:

• Dr Ben Noble, East Midlands Cancer Alliance and Cancer Research UK GP Cancer Lead
• Dr Anthony Cunliffe, Macmillan Joint National Lead GP Adviser
• Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead

References:

(more…)

Acute Leukaemia

In this webinar, our key speakers discussed the importance of early diagnosis in acute leukaemia.

Audience: This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across NHS England.

Key speakers:

  • Dr Amit Patel, Consultant in Cellular Therapies and Stem Cell Transplantation
  • Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead
  • Nick York, Patient Advocacy Healthcare Liaison Officer at Leukaemia Care

References:

(more…)

Lung Cancer vs COVID-19

In this webinar, our key speakers explored lung cancer referrals and diagnosis during COVID-19.

Audience: This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across NHS England.

Key speakers: 

  • Dr Matthew Evison, Consultant Chest Physician and Director of the Lung Pathway Board
  • Dr Seamus Grundy, Consultant Respiratory Physician
  • Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead

References:

(more…)

Safety Netting in Primary Care

In this webinar, Dr Sarah Taylor and Dr Pawan Randev explored safety netting patients with suspected cancer and the particular challenges posed by COVID-19.

Audience: This webinar is suitable for primary care professionals across NHS England.

Key speakers:

  • Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead
  • Dr Pawan Randev, Cancer Research UK GP East Midlands Cancer Alliance and GP Trainer

References:

(more…)

Suspected Cancer Referrals and COVID-19

In this webinar, Dr Sarah Taylor and Miss Susannah Penney explored the impact and changes to the suspected cancer pathway.

Speakers:
Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead
Miss Susannah Penney, Consultant Head, Neck and Thyroid Surgeon

We discussed:

  • How COVID-19 has impacted suspected cancer referrals
  • How the pathway has changed
  • What happens when you are waiting
  • How GPs can support the process

References:

(more…)

Effective Telephone Consultations

In this webinar, Dr Sarah Taylor and Alison Franklin explored the challenges of and suggestions for an effective telephone consultation.

Speakers:
Dr Sarah Taylor, Cancer Research UK GP and GatewayC GP Lead
Alison Franklin, Senior Trainer at Maguire Communication Skills Training Unit

In partnership with the Maguire Communication Skills Training Unit, The Christie School of Oncology.

References:

 

 

Facebook Live for Medical Students

GatewayC’s free webinar for medical students across England interested in free online cancer education.

Learn how the GatewayC tool can support you to spot red flag cancer symptoms, improve your clinical decision making and improve cancer outcomes.