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Primary Palliative Care: Laying the Foundation for Quality,

Primary Palliative Care: Laying the Foundation for Quality, Person-Centered Oncology Care Shirley Otis-Green, MSW, MA, ACSW, LCSW, OSW-C, FNAP was recorded in December 2019. Integrating the principles of primary palliative care into oncology social work practice provides the perfect foundation for the delivery of quality, person-centered care. This webinar will identify the core principles of palliative care and explore opportunities to integrate these concepts into our clinical practice. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Responding to Cancer-related Trauma

Responding to Cancer-related Trauma Susan Hedlund, MSW, LCSW, OSW & Dr. Sophia Smith was recorded May 2018. This webinar will give an overview of cancer-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptomatology. Topics will include what is known about cancer-related PTSD, current intervention research studies, and specific evidence-based interventions that can be helpful to patients. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.

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Seven Years in and Still Evolving:

Seven Years in and Still Evolving: The ACA and Oncology Social Work: Where are We Now? with Heather Klusaritz,, PhD, MSW, was recorded May 2017. In light of the recent defeat of the GOP's "repeal and replace" efforts for the Affordable Care Act (aka "Obamacare") it is more important than ever that oncology social workers become experts about medical insurance. In this webinar, we will explore the tenets of the legislation as written, the current state of enrollment and challenges to health insurance access in both the health care marketplace and Medicaid plans, and opportunities for social work interventions. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Sexual Health and the Oncology Social Worker's Role

Sexual Health and the Oncology Social Worker's Role with Jillian Bissar, LCSW was recorded in April 2021. A skill building seminar on the importance of self awareness and ethical consideration in addressing sexual health in a cancer care setting. Attendees will learn to address human sexuality with a diverse clientele. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Sexual Health Resiliency in Female Breast Cancer Patients

"Sexual Health Resiliency in Female Breast Cancer Patients" Presented by Katherine Meyer, LCSW was recorded in September, 2018.
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Simple Coping Mechanisms to Reduce Cancer-Related Stress in

Simple Coping Mechanisms to Reduce Cancer-Related Stress in Patients This live webinar, featuring Melissa Rosen, MA, from Sharsheret will be recorded on July 14th. Sharsheret's Simple Coping Mechanisms to Reduce Cancer-related Stress in Patients is a one hour interactive training that explores imagery and metaphors to assist patients with the anxiety that commonly accompanies diagnoses, treatment, and survivorship. These tools, meant to be shared with patients, are intentionally familiar, and easily recalled, to be used during moments of unexpected stress, to allow the patient to reframe their thoughts surrounding a particular concern. While these tools are not meant as a replacement for ongoing therapy for those who need, they do allow for a non-threatening introduction to the topic of mental health. Also included is an introduction to Sharsheret's free psychosocial support for breast and ovarian cancer patients.
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Social Works Unique Role in Community Based Palliative Care

Social Works Unique Role in Community Based Palliative Care This live webinar, featuring Jackie Ogg, MSW, will be recorded on July 22, 2020. The webinar will focus on the emerging model of Community Based Palliative Care (CBPC) and the unique role for social workers in this community setting. A key aspect of the changing landscape for healthcare delivery is a trend toward shifting care for certain conditions away from the hospital setting and into the community. As communities across the country are preparing for - and responding to - these changes, CBPC has emerged as a model for helping provide care that is aligned with individual goals and wishes, keeps patients as healthy as possible for as long as possible, and helps mitigate the rising costs of care for serious and advance illness. CBPC creates a unique opportunity for social workers to lead this change by leveraging our person in environment approach. A number of national studies point to the need to integrate social care with medical care for those with serious and advance illness in hospital, hospice and home-based settings. However, little attention is paid to HOW communities actually organize themselves to deliver care in the homebased setting, let alone how to develop and sustain payment models that will support the full suite of services identified in CBPC models. The webinar will include examples of how some communities are addressing these challenges with a view toward the crucial role for social work.
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Spirituality Matters: Integrating Spiritual Assessment and

Spirituality Matters: Integrating Spiritual Assessment and Interventions in Oncology Social Work Practice with Debra Mattison was recorded in September, 2019. The focus of this webinar is to increase clinical skills in addressing spirituality with patients utilizing practical, ready to use clinical tools and materials. The focus of this webinar is to increase clinical skills in addressing spirituality with patients utilizing practical, ready to use clinical tools and materials. This presentation will: (1) present a theoretical context for integration of spirituality into oncology social work practice, (2) provide specific evidence-informed tools and resources to support integration of spiritual assessment and intervention into clinical practice and (3) explore personal and professional spiritual self-care in our work in daily responding to human suffering.
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Surviving in the Trenches (Apr 2017) Web Recording

Surviving in the Trenches with Vickie Leff, LCSW, BCD, ACHP-SW was recorded April 2017. Surviving in the day to day trenches of clinical work with seriously ill or end-of-life patients is rewarding, but very difficult. It is imperative that clinical social workers take the lead to ensure their own professional happiness as well as providing strategies to other providers they work with. In this webinar we will discuss key signs and symptoms of not "surviving in the trenches" and identify short and long term strategies for being able to do this difficult work and find happiness. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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$79.00

The Diversity Dilemma: Shifting from Cultural Comptence

The Diversity Dilemma: Shifting from Cultural Competence to Cultural Humanity with Eucharia Borden, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C was recorded November 8 2017. Specifically, we will examine how to differentiate between cultural awareness, cultural competence and cultural humility. We will also review the concept of cultural humility and its application in healthcare settings as well as learn to apply the dimensions of cultural humility and the acceptance of "not knowing" into interactions with patients, caregivers and co-workers. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.

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