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2018

Jan 20

Neurocognitive function in people treated for head and neck cancer

Dr. Lori Bernstein PhD CPsych
Neuropsychologist, Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program,
Dept. of Supportive Care, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

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2017

Nov 17

TrueNTH Peer Navigation for Prostate Cancer

Dr. Jackie Bender, PhD, Scientist, ELLICSR, Department of Supportive Care, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health

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Oct 20

Integrating Primary Care & Cancer Care in Survivorship

Dr. Jonathan Sussman, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Dalhousie University

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June 20 

A Pan-Canadian Framework for Cancer Survivorship Research

Dr. Robin Urquhart 

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Dalhousie University

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Jan 20

An e-Referral System to Improve Smoking Cessation in Cancer Patients

Dr. Jennifer Jones, Director, Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship

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2016

Jan 20 

An e-Referral System to Improve Smoking Cessation in Cancer Patients

Dr. Jennifer Jones, Director, Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship

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Dec 28 

Transitions Program: Improving Post Treatment Transitions to Primary Care in Alberta

Dr. Linda Watson, RN, PhD, CON(C), Alberta Health Services, CancerControl Alberta.

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Nov 18  

Comorbid Symptoms of Emotional Distress in Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Dr. Norma D'Agostino, PhD, Clinical Health Psychologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, & Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

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Oct 14  

If they build it, will they act? Project Move - A novel approach for increasing physicial activities among breast cancer survivors

Dr. Cristina Caperchione, Assistant Professor, School of Health and Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Health and Social Development, UBC Okanagan

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May 20

Transitions into follow-up for cancer survivors: Perceptions of continuity of care at the cancer system-primary care interface

Jeff Sisler MD MClSc CCFP FCFP, Vice-Dean, Continuing Competency and Assessment Faculty of Health Sciences

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April 15

Taking it to the Street: A Wellness Program for Cancer Survivors Offered in Partnership with a Community Based Fitness Facility

Elizabeth Payne MSW, RSW, Supportive Care Coordinator, Community Oncology Program, CancerCare Manitoba

Elizabeth Harland MA, Cancer Prevention Project Coordinator, Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Registry, CancerCare Manitoba e-Health Services

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March18

Mind-body clinical trials in cancer survivors: Overview of MINDSET (MINDfulness vs. Supportive Expressive Therapy) and study protocol for MATCH (Mindfulness And Taichi for Cancer Health)

Dr. Linda Carlson holds the Enbridge Research Chair in Psychosocial Oncology, is an Alberta Innovates-Health Solutions Health Scholar, Full Professor in Psychosocial Oncology in the Department of Oncology, and an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary

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February19

The Importance of Economic Evaluation for Translating Cancer Survivorship Research into Care

Janet S. de Moor, PhD, MPH, Program Director, Healthcare Assessment Research Branch, Healthcare Delivery Research Program Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health Family Physicians' Views on Survivorship Care Plans to Support Follow-up of Breast Cancer Patients

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January15

Family Physicians' Views on Survivorship Care Plans to Support Follow-up of Breast Cancer Patients

Mary Ann O'Brien PhD, Project Scientist, Knowledge Translation Research Network and Assistant Professor, Dept Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto

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2015

December18

Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Fuchsia Howard, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, UBC

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October16

Developing Effective Workplace Accommodations – Survivor, Provider and Employer Perspectives

Mary Stergiou-Kita, PhD.

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September 18

Communicating About 21st Century Palliative Care: The Bow Tie Model

Pippa Hawley

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June 19

Implementation of a Survivorship and Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Role in BC

Jill Matheson MN, NP (F), Provincial Survivorship and Primary Care, BC Cancer Agency

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May 15

Palliative Rehabilitation: Updates

Dr. Martin Chasen, MBChB FCP(SA), MPhil (Pall Med) Associate Professor, Division of Palliative Care, University of Ottawa and Medical Director, Palliative Rehabilitation, Elisabeth Bruyere Hospital.

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April 17

Discharge to Primary Care: How are early-stage breast cancer patients faring?

Janine Giese-Davis, PhD with the University of Calgary, Department of Oncology, and Alberta Health Services Tom Baker Cancer Centre and Cross Cancer Institute.

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March 20

Understanding and Enhancing Body Image After Breast Cancer

Jennifer Brunet, PhD, Assistant Professor with the University of Ottawa.

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February 20

How Physical Activity Can Improve Survivorship After Cancer

Christine Friedenreich, PhD, Scientific Leader, Department of Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research Cancer Control Alberta, Alberta Health Services.

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January 16

Personalized Care Plans: Harnessing Technology and Patient-Reported Outcomes to Drive Quality Care Across the Cancer Continuum

Carrie Stricker, PhD, CRNP. Chief Clinical Office, On Q Health, Inc.

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2014

December 19

"You need something like this to give you guidelines on what to do": Development and initial evaluation of a self-directed coping skills training resource.

Sylvie Lambert, PhD

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November 21
Translating Cancer Survivors' Return to Work Experiences into Strategies to Facilitate Return to Work - Findings From A Qualitative Meta-Synthesis

Mary Stergiou-Kita, BScOT, MSc, PhD

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October 17
The Impact of Cancer Related Fatigue

Jennifer Jones, PhD

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September 26
Exercise as Medicine for Prostate Cancer Management

Prue Cormie, PhD

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June 20
Prospective Examination of Physical Activity and Sedentary Time After Breast Cancer Treatment

Catherine Sabiston, PhD

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May 23
An Online Relationship Enhancement Program for Couples Affected by Cancer

Karen Fergus, PhD, C.Psych

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April 25
Palliative Rehabilitation: It Works

Dr. Martin Chasen, MBChB, FCP(SA), MPhil (Pall Care)

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March 21
Improving Access to Quality Cancer Care through Optimized Oncologist Practice Patterns and Patient Appointment Scheduling

Leah Weber for Claire Ma and Emma Liu

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February 21
Moving Forward after Cancer Treatment

Jill Taylor-Brown, MSW, RSW

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January 17
Insomnia comorbid with cancer

Josée Savard, PhD

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2013

November 15
Social Media for Research

Colleen Young and Jackie Bender, PhD

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October 18
Cancer. It's about all of us.

Scott Secord, MSW RSW, Director, Person-Centred Perspective, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer; Assistant Professor, Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto

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June 21
Addressing fear of cancer recurrence among women with cancer: A pilot study of a 6-week group cognitive-existential intervention

Christine Maheu, RN, PhD., Ingram

School of Nursing, McGill University; Butterfield/Drew Fellow, Breast Cancer Research, UHN

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May 17
Development of the ICON program: Integrative Complementary ONcology at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre

Linda E. Carlson, Ph.D., R.Psych. (TBCC)

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March 15
A comprehensive framework for KT in Supportive Cancer Care & Psychosocial Oncology: The Knowledge Exchange - Decision Support (KEDS) Model.

Arminee Kazanjian, DrSoc (UBC)

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February 15
Recent updates in cancer rehabilitation and how the ACS Prospective Surveillance Model for Breast Cancer Rehabilitation was developed.

Kristin Campbell, BSc PT, PhD (UBC)

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January 18
Therapist-led, live chat support groups for cancer patients and family caregivers: a mixed methods outcomes evaluation of cancerchatcanada.

Joanne Stephen Ph.D. (BCCA)

2012

November 16
Randomized Trial of a Lifestyle Intervention for Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer (BC) Receiving Adjuvant Hormone Therapy: Initial Results

Dr. Roanne Segal (ORCC)

October 19
Cancer Survivorship Research using Registries and Administrative Databases

Mary McBride (BC Cancer Research)

May 18
Developing Measures for Cancer Survivors

Dr. Carrie Stricker (Abrammson Cancer Centre/PA)

April 20
Development, Delivery and Evaluation of Educational Supportive Care Programs for Cancer Survivors and their Families

Dr. Amanda Ward (BCCA)

March 16
Uncertainty in Cancer Patients

Dr. Maya Shaha (Bern Switzerland)

February 24
Empowerment, an important outcome of cancer support programs: Validation of measures in Canadian patients and survivors

Dr. Elizabeth Maunsell (University of Laval)

January 20
Cancer Patients' Financial Burden: What do we know?

Dr. Christoper Longo (McMaster University)

 
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