NEW GATEWAYC COURSE: Supporting Your Patients

26th August 2021

We are delighted to announce that GatewayC’s ‘Supporting Your Patients’ course is now available to all healthcare professionals across England.

A cancer diagnosis can have a significant impact on an individual’s life. Our new course explores how healthcare professionals can support those individuals at different stages of their cancer experience.

Don’t have a GatewayC account? Register for free here

The course will support you to:

  • Recognise and support the emotional, social and physical needs of the individual at each stage of their cancer journey
  • Prepare patients for cancer treatments
  • Understand when and where to signpost/refer the individual for support and information

The course should take approximately 1.5 hours to complete.

“I feel more confident and have a better structure to follow to ensure a patient’s cancer journey is managed well.” – Registered GP

The course includes specialist interviews from:

  • Dr Anthony Cunliffe, GP and the National Lead GP Advisor for Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Dr Ashling Lillis, Consultant in Acute Medicine and a National Consultant Advisor at Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Dr Pauline Leonard, Consultant Medical Oncologist
  • Dr Karen McEwan, GP, Macmillan GP Cancer Care Commissioning Lead, GP Lead for Planned Care and Primary Care Lead for Prehab4Cancer
  • Zoe Merchant, Programme Lead for the Prehab4Cancer and Recovery Programme
  • Robin Muir, Clinical Psychologist at Maggie’s Manchester
  • Anne Crook, Counsellor and CBT Psychotherapist

Find out more:

  • Access GatewayC’s ‘Supporting Your Patients’ course here
  • Watch GatewayC Live’s webinar ‘Supporting Your Cancer Patients’ on-demand here

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