Conversations about Cancer

Watch this video to discover what a Conversation Simulation is all about. Learn how to support your patients during and after cancer. Then explore the many simulations below.

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Conversations about Cancer Screening

Prostate Cancer Screening

Play this interactive module to test your ability to guide your patient through a shared decision-making process for prostate cancer screening (CME coming soon).
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Conversations about Cancer Treatment

Preventing Infections During Treatments

Play this interactive module to test your knowledge in preventing infections during cancer treatment. Click the picture for a short trailer.
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Prostate Cancer Shared Decision-Making

Play this interactive module to test your ability to guide your patient through a shared decision-making process for prostate cancer treatment. (CME coming soon). Click the picture for a short trailer.
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Conversations about Cancer Survivorship

Healthy Behaviors

This CME-accredited opportunity developed by Medscape discusses the four key lifestyle challenges — tobacco use, alcohol use, physical activity and nutrition, and stress and anxiety — that cancer survivors face. It also provides an overview of how an interactive conversation simulation tool, “Talk to Someone,” can help address them. Explore the patient-centered simulations and click the picture for a short trailer.
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Distress Screening

Access this interactive experience to practice talking with cancer survivors about their mental health, psychosocial distress, and appropriate referral options. Click the picture for a short trailer.
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Help families have life-saving conversations about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer

Tour a suite of videos and other tools you can easily incorporate into your practice today to inspire more meaningful conversations about this critical cancer prevention topic.

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