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Cancer in the Community

Frankie, 17 March 2016
Cancer in the Community

A new elearning programme called Cancer in the Community, is now available to access. The project, produced by the Royal Marsden School, will enable healthcare professionals of all grades, working in a range of community settings, to broaden their knowledge of key aspects of cancer care. This elearning course will be relevant to all qualified and non-qualified community-based health and social care workers, including community matrons, nursing staff, allied health professionals (including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and dieticians) and support workers who meet patients with cancer.

This work was commissioned by Health Education South London (HESL) and is available nationally. The project is composed of 4 sessions covering topics such as Cancer Prevention and Screening and Living With and Beyond Cancer. For information on how to access the Cancer in the Community elearning programme, visit

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