Metastatic bone cancer study day
A multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients diagnosed with peripheral metastatic bone cancer
This day aims to raise awareness of how to manage patients with suspected or confirmed metastatic bone disease in upper and lower limbs. Share the referral and management pathway at RNOH and discuss optimal diagnosis, management and rehabilitation strategies.
Early identification of patients at higher risk of bone cancer enables proactive diagnosis and treatment. MDT approach integrates diagnosis treatment, symptom management and rehabilitation to provide optimal care.
Learning outcome for the day: To gain a clear understanding of the overall management of metastatic bone disease including:
- Early signs & symptoms
We aim to hold a panel discussion and would appreciate you forwarding any questions you might like to discuss to firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of the event.
We will aim to answer and discuss key themes which arise and pertinent questions submitted.
The Faculty for this course will include:
- Dr John McGrath, ITU Lead
- Radiology Fellow, RNOH
- Dr Mahbubl, Ahmed Clinical Oncologist
- Mr Panos Gikas, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
- Dr Philip Lodge, Consultant in Palliative Medicine
- Abby McCarthy, Band 8a Orthopaedic Oncology Physiotherapist
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The course fee is £75, inclusive of lunch and refreshments. There is an 'Early Bird' discount of £60 open to the first 20 people.