The Cancer Drug Interactions website provides a clinically useful, reliable, comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based drug-drug interaction resource, freely available to healthcare workers, patients and researchers.
The CARE™ (Community. Academic. Research. Education.) Faculty is a group of leading medical specialists and allied healthcare providers from across Canada who develop education initiatives directed at peers, nurses, pharmacists, patients, government and private payers.
The de Souza Institute offers healthcare professionals online courses to enhance expertise to provide the best possible cancer and palliative care. They provide healthcare professionals with the advanced knowledge and expertise to handle every situation, including managing a reaction to chemotherapy medication, managing anxiety and fears, and managing pain and other symptoms.
Developed with expert faculty, this 10-chapter handbook is available to view and download, allowing you to cascade what you have learned to your colleagues to support growth in knowledge and confidence across your institution. This handbook has been designed to equip you with the knowledge in monoclonal antibody biosimilars to promote best clinical practice of treating patients with solid tumours.
OncLive is the official website for the Oncology Specialty Group, which publishes OncologyLive, Urologists in Cancer Care and Oncology Nursing News and covers every angle of oncology practice, from new technology to treatment advances to important regulatory decisions.
OncologyEducation.com provides rich, timely and unbiased physician-authored resources to oncology professionals. The website contains thousands of current educational resources including, videos, articles, research and more.
ONTarget is a Resource Guide designed to help pharmacists and healthcare professionals advise patients receiving targeted therapies for the treatment of cancer and manage the common side effects that targeted cancer therapies may induce in patients with cancer.
Mission: Improve the management of lymphedema and related disorders in the United States while contributing to global international advancement. This mission will be achieved by defining best practices of lymphedema management and developing a minimum data set to improve lymphedema outcomes.
ACCC is the leading education and advocacy organization for the cancer care community. ACCC provides resources on operations and management for programs and practices, reimbursement issues, policy and regulatory changes at the state and national levels, trends in cancer care, integrating new technologies and therapies, and more.
CAGPO's website houses training program cases providing a variety of scenarios for different types of cancer. “CAGPO-ACMOO has developed a case-based self-directed learning program tailored to the care of patients with cancer. These cases are meant to be used by physicians working in the role of the General Practitioner in Oncology. By working through these cases, with the aide of a knowledgeable mentor, one will become familiar with the management issues of the various stages of cancer.” The cases were reviewed in 2017. They are free to view.
CAPO's website hosts clinical practice guidelines, professional resources and free webinars, as well as the CAPO Digest (summaries of recent psychosocial oncology research which have been published in peer-reviewed journals).
CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca is the destination for Canadian doctors, pharmacists, nurses and healthcare executives, and the online home of The Medical Post, Pharmacy Practice, Drugstore Canada and Canadian Healthcare Manager.
The CNTRP is a program that brings together and integrates solid organ transplant, bone marrow transplant and donation and critical care research across Canada. Research papers, training programs, webinars and a CNTRP training webinar and video series are accessible for free.
CTTC is a member-led, national, multidisciplinary organization providing leadership and promoting excellence in patient care, research and education in the field of hematopoietic stem cell transplant and cell therapy.
Le GEOQ est un organisme à but non lucratif dont l'objectif principal est de promouvoir la communication et la coopération entre les différents professionnels impliqués dans le diagnostic, l'investigation, la recherche et le traitement des différentes formes de cancer ainsi que certaines conditions hématologiques associées.
The U.S. equivalent of CAPhO, HOPA's website provides access to conference presentations, an extensive webinar series (at a cost), professional tools, drug updates, information about clinical trials, and more.
SIOP is the global multidisciplinary society entirely devoted to paediatric and adolescent cancer. Their journal, Pediatric Blood and Cancer, webcasts, conference presentations and more are available to members only.
MASCC is a multi-disciplinary organization for research and education of supportive care issues for cancer patients. Its journal, Supportive Care in Cancer, is available to members. Its Practice Resources listing includes guidelines, assessment tools, clinical applications, a pain management centre and more.
The NCI provides good information for both professionals and patients on all types of cancer including clinical trials, statistics, and research and funding. It has an extensive listing of research tools, specimens and data.
NCCN's website provides access to clinical practice guidelines, information on drugs, and online learning resources, such as the Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patient Management Simulator, and a Patient and Caregiver Resources page. They offer an extensive array of webinars that are free to access.
Through emphasis on high-caliber scientific meetings, dedication to education and outreach activities, focus on initiatives of major importance in the field, and commitment to collaborations with like-minded domestic and international organizations, government and regulatory agencies, associations and patient advocacy groups, SITC brings together all aspects of the cancer immunology and immunotherapy community.
The FDA is responsible for protecting public health by assuring the safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, the food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
ACOR offers discussion lists for oncology professionals, researchers, patients, families, and friends, covering clinical and non-clinical issues and advances pertaining to all forms of cancer. You need to subscribe to have access.
This journal covers all areas of supportive oncology, including symptoms and side effects of cancer therapy, quality of life, and palliative medicine. The website provides free full text access to the current and previous issues and supplements.
Abstract objective: To determine whether cancer survivors currently in treatment are more or less likely to endorse
COVID-19 related misinformation compared to their counterparts no longer in treatment and those without
a cancer history
This guidance document provides basic, broad principles for a spokesperson of any health authority on how to respond to vocal vaccine deniers. The suggestions are based on psychological and public health research, communication studies and WHO risk communication guidelines.
CADTH drug reimbursement reviews are posted to this page. Reports are searchable and freely available to anyone to use, download or print for non-commercial and personal use, or private research and study.
CADTH delivers evidence, analysis, advice and recommendations to healthcare decision makers so that they can make informed decisions about the optimal use of health technologies, including drugs, diagnostic tests and medical, dental and surgical devices and procedures.
Cancer Care Ontario's website houses a fairly comprehensive online drug formulary with drug information sheets for patients, chemo regimens, practice guidelines, and miscellaneous information in the appendices.
CAPT is a national association providing an influential voice, leadership and support to pharmacy technicians and pharmacy support staff. It contributes to positive health outcomes by promoting excellence in pharmacy practice.
CCAPP is responsible for the accreditation of the professional degree program at Canadian universities and of pharmacy technician programs in the college-level system. The Council also conducts accreditation services and prepares evaluation reports for selected international professional pharmacy degrees and pharmacy technician programs that meet CCAPP criteria for international reviews.
CPSI exists to raise awareness and facilitate implementation of ideas and best practices to achieve a transformation in patient safety. Its Tools & Resources page provides access to an extensive list of evidence-based tools and resources.
NCC MERP's aim is to maximize the safe use of medications and to increase awareness of medication errors through open communication, increased reporting and by promoting strategies to prevent medication errors. Its online resources include articles about the types of medication errors, advocacy statements and recommendations.
The Pharmacy Technician's Letter helps pharmacy technicians enhance accuracy, save time, and build the pharmacy's good reputation. The website hosts an extensive list of articles about cancer and new drugs. It also has links to other types of letters relevant to pharmacy technicians.
The Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG) is a cooperative oncology group that designs and administers clinical trials in cancer therapy, supportive care and prevention across Canada. The page lists current clinical trials.