Online learning

Background

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UICC has been supporting the continuing education of cancer control professionals through online learning since 2014. Starting from a limited number of blended learning opportunities combining an online component with in-person workshops at the World Cancer Congress, UICC’s online learning offer has evolved over the years and now includes a dedicated eLearning platform hosting a range of both self-paced and faculty led online courses.

UICC recognises the key role online learning can play in ensuring specialised knowledge in cancer control is accessible to all employees of UICC member organisations. This trend has only accelerated following the events of 2020.

As UICC expands its role in this space, we welcome members’ feedback on how best online learning can be leveraged to support the needs of the cancer community.

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10 courses

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400+ active users

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150+ experts

Explore UICC's eLearning offer

Master courses

Master courses are online courses purpose-built by internationally recognised leaders in their field addressing priority subjects in cancer control through a unique blend of modular learning and peer-exchange. Launched at regular intervals, they are faculty-led and follow a fixed 3-to-4-month schedule within which the course must be completed. Participation is capped to guarantee a level of interactivity among learners and selection is on a competitive basis.

Podcasts

CEO Voices is a series of podcasts where leaders in the field of global cancer control share the story of what inspires their work from building their own cancer organisations to becoming global cancer leaders.  Click here to listen to the CEO Voices podcast.

Self-guided courses

Self-guided courses are online courses in which the pace of learning is set by the learner and all learning materials are available from the start on an on-demand basis rather than accessible in stages. Self-guided courses are not bound to a fixed schedule and can be completed at any time. The content of self-guided courses is sourced from past Master courses, hence benefit from the same expertise and knowledge, however they do not include the live support of faculty.

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The courses have been accredited by the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits to participants on completion of the course.

Six self-guided courses are currently available for staff of UICC member organisations. To access the courses you need to sign-up for or sign-in to your UICC eLearning account.

Explore UICC's self-guided courses by clicking on the links below.

Access to essential cancer medicines
Building comprehensive cancer centres
Integrating radiotherapy in national cancer programmes
Financing for UHC in the context of cancer control
Managing sustainable civil society organisations
Patient engagement for better cancer control
What do our participants say?
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"I am now well equipped to contribute positively in cancer care in my country. I am also grateful to have interacted and learnt from the great minds in cancer care in the world. I definitely look forward to more courses like this."

   

Participant of the 2021 Master course titled Comprehensive Cancer Centres: A cornerstone for improving cancer control systems
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"This course was an excellent opportunity to understand the relevance of civil society organisations, within the context of cancer control, providing key management and organisational domains, such as leadership, strategy, managing people and fundraising."
   

Participant of the 2021 Master course titled Managing sustainable and effective cancer civil society organisations
Last update: 
Wednesday 8 December 2021
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