Master course: Comprehensive Cancer Centres - A cornerstone for improving cancer control systems

Monday 6 September 2021

Comprehensive Cancer Centres - A cornerstone for improving cancer control systems

Overview

The organisation of cancer care, education and research into Comprehensive Centres (CCC) provides political, clinical, research and educational focus to improving delivery of care and achieving better outcomes for cancer patients. Cancer is a significant and growing problem for health systems and there is a need for creating guidance and global solidarity to build cancer units with truly comprehensive programmes.   

Cancer is recognised as one of the most complicated and complex diseases that exposes all the strengths and weaknesses of health systems, requiring a full spectrum of solutions. Addressing this complexity requires robust structural and organisational investments.   

This Master course will address the organisation of a Comprehensive Cancer Centre focusing on integration of high-quality patient centred care with education and research. Examples will be drawn from comprehensive cancer centres on four continents.

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The course is led by experts from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto (Canada), the AC Camargo Cancer Center in São Paulo (Brazil), the King Hussein Cancer Centre in Amman (Jordan) and the Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai (India).

This course is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) and its completion gives 9 European CME Credits.

This Master course is supported by

UHN PMCC

Learning objectives

After completion of this course participants will be able to:  

  • Describe the components of comprehensive cancer centres and discuss the importance of integration of education and research with patient care
  • Describe the role of comprehensive cancer centres in improving cancer control and fostering innovation 
  • Explain how comprehensive cancer centres can extend access to quality cancer care to the community 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of continuous quality improvements in cancer centres    
  • Describe current challenges and opportunities for cancer centres in meeting their mandate
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Target audience

The course is designed for early career cancer professionals, cancer services planning professionals, cancer advocacy professionals, leaders of newly developed/developing cancer centres and other interested stakeholders.

Delivery method

This course is delivered on the UICC's eLearning platform.

The course is divided into six learning modules, breaking down the content into different areas. Each module is released at regular intervals during the course timeline. In order to access the next modules, participants must have completed all previous learning steps. A certificate of completion is available to all those who complete the course within the time period, including the evaluation survey.

This course is delivered in English.

Application

Applications for this course are now closed. The course will be relaunched in 2022 as a self-guided course which can be accessed by all UICC members.

Event Information

Organiser
UICC
Location
Virtual - Online course 1202 Geneva Switzerland
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Last update: 
Wednesday 3 November 2021
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