→ Webinar without CE's: APOS MEMBERS - No cost | NON-MEMBERS - $45
→ Webinar with CE's: APOS MEMBERS - $40 | NON-MEMBERS - $90 each
The APOS Professional Education Committee launched the #APOSWebinarSeries in 2011 to provide ongoing professional education activities that further our mission of advancing the science and practice of psychosocial care for people affected by cancer. Our webinars are developed for multidisciplinary healthcare professionals conducting research and/or patient care activities related to psychosocial oncology.
APOS webinars are streamed live with the opportunity to interact directly with our expert speakers. All webinars are FREE to all APOS Members! Non-APOS members can register for our webinar programs, at a cost of $45 per webinar.
To purchase and access all archived and upcoming webinars visit the Webinar Store.
◊ Prostate Cancer Disparities Webinar - Friday, November 5, 2021
◊ Social Media Presence Webinar - January/February 2022
◊ National Cancer Caregiving Webinar - November 2022
→ APOS MEMBERS - $40
→ NON-MEMBERS - $50
The APOS Professional Education Committee launched the quarterly #APOSWorkshopSeries in 2020 to provide ongoing professional education activities that further our mission of advancing the science and practice of psychosocial care for people affected by cancer. Our workshops are developed for multidisciplinary healthcare professionals conducting research and/or patient care activities related to psychosocial oncology.
◊ Pre-Conference Workshop in March 2022
You must have WebEx ARF Player installed to play archived webinars.
APOS Members - No cost
Non-Members - $45/each
NOTE: CEs are not available for archived webinars!
APOS has a wealth of archived webinars available! Most recent topics include:
◊ Providing Psychosocial Support to Bereaved Parents in the Pediatric Oncology Setting
◊ A Road Map for Psychosocial Oncology: Priorities for the Future
◊ Interprofessional Communication: Creating a Shared Vision for Patient Centered Care
◊ The Rainbow Connection: Assessing and Addressing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Psychosocial Oncology
◊ "Scanxiety:" Patterns, impacts, and promising approaches
◊ Charting a new Path Forward: Transforming Oncology Research Trials Through the Lens of Telehealth
◊ The Oncology Care Model - Lessons from the Past, Lessons for the Future
◊ Demonstrating the Value of Psychosocial Oncology in your Setting: Research, Evaluation, and Persuasion Using your Clinic Data
◊ Suicidal Thinking and Behavior in Patients with Cancer
◊ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Cancer-Related Fatigue
◊ Cannabis: Current Medical & Legal Landscape
◊ Coping with Functional Challenges
◊ Cultivating Professional Resilience in Psycho-oncology: Evidence-based Interventions and Tools