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The APOS Webinar series was launched 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. Beginning in 2015 – all webinars are FREE to all APOS Members! Non-APOS members can register for our webinar programs, at a cost of $45 per webinar.

The APOS Webinar series has covered a diverse range of topic areas, including funding for psychosocial programs, Acceptance-Commitment Therapy with cancer patients, anti-depressant medication use in cancer patients, and understanding and supporting grief across the cancer trajectory, just to name a few. Webinar recordings are available for download (free to APOS members!) or for purchase by non-APOS members.

To purchase and access all previous and upcoming webinars visit the Webinar Store.

Members must register to view past Webinars, once you have registered you will be directed back to the webinar store to view the content.

 

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 2019 Webinar Series


Webinar and Webinar Recording without CE’s
APOS Members – No cost
Non-Members – $45/each

Webinar and Webinar Recording with CE’s
APOS Members – $40
Non-Members – $90/each


 

UPCOMING WEBINARS:

 

Cannabis: Current Medical and Legal Landscape
June 11, 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Presented By:

Brooke Worster, MD

Read Bio HERE

 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Cancer-Related Fatigue 
July 23,2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
  Presented By:

Hanneke Poort, PhD

Read Bio HERE

 

Novel Behavioral Intentions for Pain
September 10,2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Presented By:

Francis (Frank) Keefe, PhD

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All I Needed to Know, I Learned from The Beatles: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to Enhance Self-Care
October 9,2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Presented By:

Amanda Kracen, PhD

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Suicidal Thinking and Behavior in Patients with Cancer
November 8,2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Presented By:

Donald L. Rosenstein, MD

Read Bio HERE

 

 

 


 

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APOS Members – No cost
Non-Members – $45/each

 

 

      APOS has a wealth of archived webinars available!  Most recent topics include:

  • Coping with Functional Challenges
  • Cultivating Professional Resilience in Psycho-oncology: Evidence-based Interventions and Tools 
  • In Integrative Oncology Approach to Cancer Care: Evidence-informed Mind and Body Therapies 
  • Investigating & Addressing Cancer Disparities in High-Risk Populations 
  • Tailored Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety in Patients with Advanced Cancer 
  • Cognitive Change Associated with Cancer and Cancer Treatments 
  • The Best of APOS
  • Best Practice Guidelines and Models for Depression Management in the Oncology Setting.
  • Under Resourced? Increasing Awareness and Utilization of Community-Based Supportive Care Oncology Resources and Programs.
  • The Value of Psychosocial Oncology in Supportive Cancer, and Palliative Care: Strengthening Meaning, Value, and Dignity, in the Care Experience.
  • The History of Psycho-Oncology
  • Compassion Fatigue: Recognizing and Managing Secondary Traumatic Stress
  • What were you thinking?!: A Model, a Process, and 6 Key Issues that are Critical to Excellent Supervision in Oncology Settings.
  • We Have to Talk! Helping Cancer Patients Resolve Sexual Concerns
  • Prevention and Management of Delirium in Oncology Patients
  • Parenting Youth with Cancer Across the Developmental and Cancer Treatment Trajectories

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Dr. Brooke Worster completed her internal medicine and chief residency at Temple University and her pain and palliative care fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Dana Farber Cancer center.   She is an assistant professor of medicine with appointments in the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University Internal Medicine and Jefferson Family and Community Medicine departments and practices full time palliative care as the Medical Director of the Neu Center for Supportive Medicine and Cancer Survivorship and the director of outpatient Palliative Care.  She is active teaching faculty for the medical students, residents and fellows. Her research interests, for which she has earned grant support involve pain management in cancer patients as well as the effects of medical marijuana on quality of life and provider perceptions and knowledge around medical marijuana.

 

 

Dr. Hanneke Poort is a psychologist and researcher working at the Department of Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She is currently completing a two-year research fellowship and will join the Faculty of Harvard Medical School as an Instructor in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry per July 2019.

Dr. Poort completed her doctoral research on cancer-related fatigue at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. She has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and presented her work at national and international conferences. Dr. Poort was recently named as one of ten Helen Gurley Brown Fellows, a Presidential Initiative at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to support the professional advancement of women in academic medicine.

Dr. Keefe is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Professor in Anesthesiology, and Professor of Medicine.   Dr. Keefe is Director of the Duke Pain Prevention and Treatment Research Program, an active NIH funded clinical research program concerned with the behavioral assessment and treatment of patients having acute and persistent pain.  Dr. Keefe played a key role in the development of clinical pain services and pain research programs at Duke Medical Center.  For 20 years he directed the Pain Management Program and was a leader in the development of Duke Medical Center's multidisciplinary pain programs (both out-patient and in-patient.)  Dr. Keefe has developed and refined a number of treatment protocols for persistent pain conditions (e.g. cancer) including spouse and partner-assisted pain coping skills training interventions.  He has conducted a number of randomized clinical trials testing the efficacy of these and other behavioral interventions (e.g. aerobic exercise protocols, yoga based interventions, mindfulness-based interventions, forgiveness-based interventions, loving kindness meditation, and emotional disclosure).  Dr. Keefe has published over 400 papers on topics ranging from pain during mammography to the assessment and treatment of cancer pain at end of life.  Dr. Keefe has a longstanding interest in mentoring students and early career professionals and serves as Director of the PCRC Clinical Trials Intensives.

Amanda Kracen, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.  She is a licensed psychologist in part-time private practice and specializes in seeing individuals coping with cancer, caregivers, and healthcare providers. She has been learning and practicing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy since 2009.  Previously, Dr. Kracen was a psychologist at the Siteman Cancer Center and on faculty at the Washington University School of Medicine.  She has also worked in oncology and palliative care settings at the St. Louis Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Massey Cancer Center in Richmond, VA.  Her research focuses on training and career development issues in oncology and the well-being of health care professionals.

Donald L. Rosenstein, MD is Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine at the University of North Carolina where he is Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Support Program and Vice-Chair of the Division of Hospital Psychiatry. Dr. Rosenstein earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from Wesleyan University, his medical degree from Northwestern University School of Medicine, and completed his residency training in psychiatry at Yale University. He is the former Clinical Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and Past-President of both the Academy of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and the American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS). Dr. Rosenstein and Justin Yopp, PhD are the authors of The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life (Oxford University Press).