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Delivery method


Length of module

This module will run online over 15 weeks with 3 full days of online tutorials - please request these days off to attend; plus 5 blocks of online content; group work activities to promote: interactivity, peer learning, collaboration, and networking.

Academic credits and level

15 credits at level 6 or 7

Entry requirements

Applicants should currently be caring for patients with cancer

Course summary

 Are you currently working with or caring for patients with a gynaecological cancer diagnosis? This module will develop your knowledge of treatment pathways and experiences of individuals with gynaecological cancer, supporting you to provide effective care to patients.

Gynaecological cancers are amongst the ten most common cancers occurring in women (CRUK, 2015-17) representing a significant proportion of morbidity and mortality in women with cancer. Improving outcomes for this patients group requires a skilled workforce who have a knowledge and understanding of gynaecological cancers. Many of these tumours are diagnosed at a late stage resulting in poorer prognosis. 

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