The Long Term GI Consequences of Cancer Treatment: a refresher for Clinical Nurse Specialists

The day will summarise common changes in gastrointestinal function following cancer treatment such as small bowel bacterial overgrowth, bile acid malabsorption, pancreatic insufficiency and radiation proctopathy; and how to manage these in clinical practices.

Start: 09:00, 06 July 2020

End: 17:00, 06 July 2020

Price: £150.00

Event: Study day

The day will be open to clinical nurse specialists in particular with a keen interest in cancer survivorship and more particularly gastrointestinal consequences of cancer treatment within a holistic context.

Programme

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The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, Stewart’s Grove, SW3 6JJ

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