ONCO Training in supportive care
Common core for all therapists
(Psychologists, dieticians, nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists and socio-aestheticians)
- What is oncology ?
- What is cancer ?
- Types of cancer and its classification.
- Interest and purpose of prevention and its application.
- Recognition of chemo-induced side effects, side effects of radiotherapy and physical and psychological observation.
- Study of the main molecules used in chemotherapy and hormone therapy.
- Clinical case study.
Psychologists and dieticians
Setting the scene:
1/ Adaptation, adjustment strategies and defence mechanisms
2/ Dealing with psychological distress in all its forms and role-playing
- Learning to observe the patient’s request.
- Receiving information.
- Building confidence and learning to direct in a discipline other than one’s own.
Nurses and physiotherapists
- Learning the oncological history.
- Characterisation of the body’s reflex zones.
- Dissociate efferent pain from chemo-induced pain.
- Recognise transient paresthesias and established neuropathies.
- Learn the difference between adverse effects and side effects.
- Recognise pain associated with common chemo-induced side effects.
- Recognise the pain of side effects that create new pathologies.
- Digestive, respiratory, genito-urinary disorders
- Motor disorders and disabilities
- Odontological problems
- Social difficulties
- Psychological suffering
- Disturbances of body image
- Support for patients and their families…
- Aesthetician and socio-aesthetician ?
- The undesirable effects of treatments on the skin and the appendages.
Skin hygiene protocol.
Dermo-cosmetic care products.
Corrective make-up (simulation).
Obligations of trainees
- A 2-week placement in a hospital in an oncology department, both adult and paediatric.
- Possibly in a follow-up care or palliative care department.
- A report on the internship to be submitted no later than 4 weeks after the internship in the hospital for correction.
Participants commit to a period of 3 years to receive further training.
Each year the therapists will have an update and a complementarity of knowledge. Because the disease evolves and support care adapts to the mutation of the disease “Cancer” to accompany and relieve patients and their families.
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