Spain

Graduate Level Training



ONLINE MASTERS DEGREE:

PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PALLIATIVE CARE (82 credits)
Developed to meet educational needs of professionals interested in the care of cancer patients along the disease continuum through an online curriculum grounded in both, theory and practice.

ORGANIZERS: Universidad Miguel de Cervantes (Valladolid, Spain) and ATRIUM: Psycho-Oncology and Clinical Psychology (Madrid, Spain)

  

DIRECTOR: Maria Die Trill, PhD
LANGUAGE: Spanish
DURATION: September 2016 – May 2017

OBJECTIVES:

  • Provide state-of-the-art knowledge in psycho-oncology and in the psychological aspects of palliative care, while integrating different psychological theories in the medical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of cancer care.
  • Facilitate the development of clinical skills to optimize multidisciplinary patient care.

WHO SHOULD APPLY: Health professionals (physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers) interested in the psychological aspects of cancer and palliative care.

FORMAT: Online, cutting-edge educational technology is used to deliver engaging coursework with relevant practical implications. Multimedia is employed to discuss clinical cases, controversial issues in psychooncology and palliative care and other structured activities.

COSTS: 2.850 euros + university dues (approximately 50 eur)

FACULTY: Instruction is provided by expert international instructors with relevant clinical and teaching experience.

  • ENRIQUE BAZAKO - Madrid, Spain
  • BARBARA GONZALEZ - Andes, Chile
  • ENRIC BENITO - Baleares, Spain
  • MARIANT LACASTA - Madrid, Spain
  • MARIBEL CARRERAS - Madrid, Spain
  • IVAN MÁRQUEZ - Madrid, Spain
  • CRISTINA COCA - Madrid, Spain
  • JAVIER MONSALVO - Madrid, Spain
  • FABIOLA CORTES - Madrid, Spain
  • VALERIA MORICONI - Madrid Spain
  • JOSÉ DIAZ MORFA - Madrid, Spain
  • CAROLA RINCÓN - Madrid, Spain
  • MARIA DIE TRILL - Madrid, Spain
  • XIOMARA ROCHA - NY USA
  • FERNANDO ESPÍ - Chicago, USA
  • SARAY RODRIGUEZ - Madrid, Spain
  • STEWART FLEISHMAN - NY , USA
  • NURIA SOLER - Barcelona, Spain

PROGRAM

PART I

  1. Introductory concepts in Psycho-Oncology and Psychological Evaluation of the cancer patient
  2. Cancer Prevention, & Risk and Genetic Counselling: Medical and Psychological Aspects
  3. Cancer along the Life Continuum: Pediatric, Young Adult, Adult, and Geriatric Cancer Patients
  4. Cancer Survivorship
  5. Family Issues in Cancer Care
  6. Psychological Aspects associated to Different Cancer Sites
  7. Psycological Aspects associated to Different Treatment Modalities
  8. Psychologial and Psychiatric Disorders in Cancer patients
  9. Sexual Disorders and Rehabilitation in Cancer Patients
  10. Medical and Psychological Aspects of Cancer Pain
  11. Dynamic and Humanistic Psychotherapies in Cancer Care
  12. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation of the Patient with Cancer
  13. Psychodrama and Gestalt Therapys: Applications in the Cancer Setting
  14. Couple´s Therapy in Cancer
  15. Group Psychotherapy with Cancer Patients
  16. Palliatative Care in Early Phases of the Disease and during Survivorship
  17. Spiritual Competence in Cancer and Palliative Care
  18. Psychopharmacological Treatment of Cancer patients
  19. Psychological Interventions in Pediatric and Adolescent Cancer Patients

PART II

  1. Psychological Aspects of Terminal Disease
  2. Psychological Intervention in the End of Life
  3. Children with Terminal Cancer

PART III

  1. Bioethics in Oncology, Psycho-Oncology and Palliative Care
  2. Health Proffesionals Working in Oncology: Staff Stress and Self-Care Strategies

diptych in Spanish – http://ezos.es/


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