…from the Family Practice Oncology Network
FAMILY PHYSICIANS’ INPUT SOUGHT FOR BC CANCER’S PRIMARY CARE PROGRAM
Prizes available – Complete the survey here: http://bit.ly/FPON_NA
BC Cancer’s Family Practice Oncology Network (FPON) is seeking family physician input to guide its expansion. Your perspective will enable us to meet the needs of family physicians, improve quality of care, and ensure that primary care is reflected throughout the cancer care system.
Prizes available! Complete our brief 10 minute survey for a chance to win: a case of BC VQA wine, an Apple iWatch (latest version), or a $500 Amazon gift card. Complete the survey earlier for an increased chance to win!
The online survey can be completed until March 15, 2018 by clicking the following link: http://bit.ly/FPON_NA
ONCOLOGY CME WEBCASTS UPCOMING
Register at http://ubccpd.ca/webinars
The Family Practice Oncology Network hosts nationally accredited monthly oncology CME Webcasts with the University of British Columbia’s Division of Continuing Professional Development. There is no charge for these sessions which run from 8-9:00 a.m., Pacific Time, and are accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for one Mainpro+ credit each.
- February 15: Managing Symptoms in Palliative Cancer Patients presented by
Dr. Julia Ridley of Fraser Health Authority
- March 15: Psychiatric Issues in Cancer Patients presented by Dr. Elaine Drysdale of BC’s Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplant Program
- April 19: Follow-up Care for Breast Cancer Patients presented by
Dr. Simon Baxter of BC Cancer – Kelowna.
- Most Webcasts are recorded and available at www.fpon.ca. Earn additional Mainpro+ credits through the College’s Linking Learning exercises: www.cfpc.ca/Linking_Learning_exercises/