Developing a Coordinated Approach to Care for Childhood Cancer Survivors - Webinar
Adolescent and adult survivors of childhood cancers are at increased risk for numerous physical, emotional, psychological, social and financial late effects of cancer treatment. The need for long-term follow-up care has been well established and guidelines now exist to help providers monitor for late effects. However, there continues to be a knowledge gap among health care providers related to monitoring and early diagnosis of late effects of cancer treatment.
To address the knowledge gap among health care providers, Children’s Mercy Kansas City and the Midwest Cancer Alliance have developed an online educational series that incorporates the most recent evidence-based guidelines from the Children’s Oncology Group along with resources and clinically relevant information.