O-Pro Fall 2016

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Welcome to O-Pro, our e-newsletter for oncology professionals. This quarterly newsletter provides resources to aid your clinical practice. Submissions and content suggestions are more than welcomed! Please use the link at the bottom to forward this eNews to a friend.
Each year in the United States almost 16,000 people under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer. To provide up-to-date information for providers caring for pediatric oncology patients, OncoLink recently developed a section dedicated to educating our readers about common childhood cancers and issues specific to the pediatric population. Check back often for new articles!

Are you looking for information for patients on treatment? The free OncoLink Treatment Binder has undergone recent improvements! It allows you to create a booklet of educational handouts covering many topics, personalized to your patient's needs that you can print or save as a PDF and email or send via your portal.  

Survivorship Clinic Listing

With the increasing number of cancer survivors, the need for survivorship clinics is growing - and so is our list! OncoLink maintains a Survivorship Clinic List that your clinic can become a part of. Check if your clinic is listed and if not, submit your information here

OncoLink can help you meet regulatory goals for providing survivorship care plans. The OncoLife Care Plan is a free tool that allows you to quickly (average 4mins!) create a survivorship care plan for each patient. 

Does your institution want a co-branded application? Licensing opportunities are available, contact us to learn more.

License Renewal Coming Up?

Do you need continuing education credits for renewal? OncoLink can help! Visit our continuing education section for free CE credits for nurses, social workers and even one for pharmacists!

National Conference on Work & Cancer
Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey
Please help us to better understand skin cream usage for patients who develop skin redness/irritation during radiation therapy. We are very interested in the opinions and experience of both patients and providers. Your participation in this survey would be much appreciated.
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