Mar. 7 – LITTLE ROCK, AR CE Event (Live Webinar) – Improving the Quality of Life of Senior Cancer Survivors

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Please join the UAMS Arkansas Geriatric Education Collaborative (AGEC), a Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) and the UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging for a FREE video teleconference for healthcare professionals, non-healthcare professionals, and other interested persons, regarding:

“Improving the Quality of Life of Senior Cancer Survivors”

 Our speaker is Lisa VanHoose, Ph.D., MPH, P.T.

Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Location: 629 Jack Stephens Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205 / Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium (ground floor), Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging

Three viewing options are available:
1) Attend the event in Little Rock at the address above
2) Watch from a computer via UAMS Blackboard Collaborate  CLICK HERE TO LIVE STREAM 

3) The Centers on Aging will host live stream/webinar rooms at their locations and IVN (VTC) Networks available.

TIP: For best viewing quality, Blackboard Collaborate operates a higher quality signal with hardline computers (as opposed to a wireless laptop connection) 

If you experience technical difficulties:

STEP 1: First please verify you are using Google Chrome. 

STEP 2: If that doesn’t correct the issue, email with your contact phone number and indicate you are attempting to join Arkansas Geriatric Education Collaborative Network

Location: Participants may view the conference on the UAMS Campus in the Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium at the Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging at 625 Jack Stephens Drive in Little Rock, Arkansas, via webinar on and at the Centers on Aging (COAs) located in: Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Springdale, Pine Bluff, Texarkana, Fort Smith and El Dorado.

For reminders and updates, pre-register at Mar. 7 Eventbrite Link

MATERIALS and CE information: 

This program is approved for the following disciplines:

General/Student/Paraprofessionals | Nursing/Social Workers | Physicians | Pharmacy | Dietetics | Physical Therapy | Occupational Therapy | LTC

NOTE: ALL participants should complete sign in sheet in their applicable category. Click link below for applicable CE documents: 









Parking is available in Parking Deck 3, at the corner of 4th and Cedar Streets. Unfortunately, tickets are not validated.

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Program Objectives: 

1. Identify the five most common side effects of cancer and its treatment for senior cancer survivors
2. Describe common screening tools for cancer side effects specific to the senior population
3. Explain the pros and cons of prospective surveillance for cancer side effects
4. Outline the basic components of cancer survivorship and rehabilitation programs based on national mandates
5. Discuss current strengths and opportunities for growth in Arkansas related to oncology rehabilitation