Participants should acquire the skills to assess and manage the special needs of women living with and beyond cancer. The focus will be on induced early ovarian failure (menopause), associated symptoms, quality of life and susceptibility to disease. Training will be evidence-based measures for treatment, surveillance, prevention, and health promotion will complete the programme.
Interactive learning and practice exchange with international experts will be structured according to the following format:
• Short presentations by the international experts.
• Interactive debate in three steps:
• Q & A between the expert speakers and a discussion panel.
• Open dialogue with all attendees.
• Assessment with multiple choice questions using an internet platform.
|Breast cancer||Dr. Begoña Bermejo||001|
|Gynecological cancer||Prof. Margaret Rees||002|
|Endometriosis, another significant contributor||Prof. Ludwig Kiesel||003|
|Drug-mediated: cytotoxic drugs and endocrine regulators||Prof. Maribel Acién||004|
|Vasomotor& genitourinary||Prof. Nicolás Mendoza||005|
|Psychological domains||Dr. Alejandra Herrera||006|
|Sexuality||Dr. Eva Iglesias||007|
|Management of osteoporosis||Prof. Irene Lambrinoudaki||008|
|Brain health||Prof. Donal Brennan||009|
|Clinical impact: focus on long-term health Osteoporosis||Prof. Irine Lambrinoudaki||010|
|Fertility preservation||Dr. Irene Zolfaroli||011|