Healthy communication can be a lofty goal at the best of times- and even more so while living with cancer and its stresses. This workshop aims to provide you with practical tools to help build skills in healthy communication and mindful listening. These tools can help decrease stress and increase connection with oneself and others.
Registration for the CanVECTOR – Thrombosis Canada Annual Conference is now open. The conference is taking place on Nov 5-6 and is being offered as a joint virtual/in-person hybrid event. Friday November 5th, 2021 – CanVECTOR Program (Virtual Only) Create, Connect, Collaborate: Promoting Excellence in Knowledge & Practice to Prevent VTE Presented by the conference co-chairs, Dr. Maha Othman & Dr. Cynthia Wu CanVECTOR will
CCSN has continued its work to raise awareness about COVID-19 disruption of cancer care in Canada by sharing the results of our third Leger survey on COVID-19 cancer disruption of cancer care with politicians across this country. To date, we have met with nearly 40 elected politicians and several provincial health agencies in Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
Update Oct. 8, 2021: To view this and all other webinars on demand visit our Webinars page The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is pleased to have Dr. Daniel Kopans from the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School present this webinar. In this session Dr. Kopans will discuss: The Canadian National Breast Screening Studies (CNBSS) are major outliers among the Randomized, Controlled Trials (RCT)