As part of the primary care education programme, UCLH Cancer Collaborative earlier diagnosis team and Cancer Academy will be piloting an inter-professional learning session. The session will focus on the detection, treatment and management of oral cancer, with an aim to discuss the patient pathway from detection of disease through to management of oral complications of cancer therapies. Objectives of the session will include:
- examining at-risk patients and understanding the role of patient education in prevention of oral cancer
- detecting red flag signs and symptoms and know where to refer
- examining mechanism of action of cancer therapies and outline advances
- providing an overview of several oral complications such as stomatitis, dry mouth, osteonecrosis of the jaw
The session is open to GPs, GP trainees, community pharmacists, dentists and practice nurses. To register for your free place, please complete the registration form to UCLH Cancer Academy.
UCLH Education Centre, 250 Euston Road, London, NW1 2PG