Interprofessional collaboration in cancer care
People living with cancer face many challenges when it comes to healthcare, oral health being one of them, as 30 to 35% of people receiving cancer therapy develop oral complications. Every health professional involved in the continuum of cancer care must be aware of these specific side effects on oral health and should be able to take the necessary measures to avoid them. Strengthening collaboration and knowledge between oral health professionals and other health professionals in the cancer care team is essential.
Experts from professional organizations, members of the World Health Professions Alliance, and the International Society of Oral Oncology will be discussing this topic from their professional perspective.
- FDI World Dental Federation
- International Society of Oral Oncology
- International Pharmaceutical Federation
- International Council of Nurses
- The World Medical Association
- Understand the role that different health professionals play in the cancer care pathway
- Learn about the best ways to collaborate with all members of the cancer care team
- Identify the challenges faced by members of the cancer care team in collaborating with other professionals
Release date: 2023-01-23 | Expiration date: 2026-01-23
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patient;s family support is important as well
Alessandro I added a link to the Lancet from 2005 for you
nicely done – thank you panelists!
Thank you for the great presentation!
Thank you for your great and helpful presentations
Excellent panel, greetings from Villahermosa, Tabasco, México
https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(05)66635-4/fulltext article about 5 minutes
Oncolgist asked Us to remove 3 implats (very good) to prevent osteoradionecrosis? Are they right every time ?Anna Kurhanska
Do you know how to reach out to medical doctors once the dentist recognizes and refers the patient to their doctor? How can we express the importance of staying in communication with the treatment the patient is receiving once diagnosed. Thank you
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Hola desde lima perú
Agradecido por la formación. Saludos desde España. Dr Álvarez MARIN.
Thanks Prof Villa, Can you comment on the impact of these oral manifestations on interruption of cancer therapy? if at all this happens?
Dr Wanyonyi-Kay (England)
Have you seen much KS in the oral cavity of people with HIV Alessandro
Hello good morning everyone
Hello from Trinidad and Tobago.
What is the surgical treatment of cancer
Hello from Colombia
How vaccinations help in cancer ?
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Would prophylactic antibiotics be recommended for dental prophylaxis in child patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy?
Hello from Sharon MA
Hello feo. México
Happy & Prosperous 2023 Year
hello from Dublin and best for 2023 to all
Hello cron Mexico
Good Evening ALL from Doha, QATAR
Hello from Athens
Hello from Nashville, TN Happy New Year to everyone as this is our first FDI Oral Health Campus webinar.
Hello from Athens Greece
How comprehensive a head and neck and intraoral exam are you doing?
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