HCP e-Module

Announcing: a new e-Learning Module!

Real Brain Tumour Patients feature in a new e-Learning Module with Pallium Canada

From diagnosis to death, discussing brain tumour patient care is often a challenge for health care professionals.

A collaboration between Pallium Canada and Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada has resulted in a one hour self-directed course, where you can learn tips on having difficult conversations and what tools or resources could be a good fit for you, your patient or caregiver.

This one hour course, accessible anywhere, consists of 5 video case studies, featuring real patients, that align with the brain tumour patient care trajectory. You can pause and resume the course at any time, making it completely flexible to your schedule.

Limited time offer: Register for $45 (regularly $75).

Extremely limited time offer: The next 50 registrations will be $Free!

Sign up today!


This e-Learning Module has been made possible with support from:

Thank you to Roche for making this e-Learning Module possible.

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