Oncology for
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Oncology for Pharmacists:  A Person-Centred Approach to Cancer Care is your opportunity to learn the latest information and best practices in cancer treatment to deliver better care—and better outcomes—for individuals living with cancer. Developed by educators at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and professionals across Canada, in collaboration with Cancer Care Ontario and the Canadian Association of Pharmacy in Oncology (CAPhO), this national program will enhance your knowledge and improve your confidence as a healthcare partner in the patient’s cancer journey. The goal is to equip you with a wide range of practical tips and tools to use in your practice so that you have the confidence, knowledge and skill to provide patients undergoing cancer treatment with the safest and best care possible. 

This comprehensive program is made up of two complementary programs:


Essentials of Oncology for Pharmacists

An introductory program for Pharmacists starting in the field
of Oncology

Next Program: Starts September 6, 2016


 Advanced Oncology for Pharmacists

An advanced program for those who have completed the
Essentials program and Pharmacists with Oncology experience

Next Program: Starts November 6, 2017

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What The Experts Say:

"As patients' healthcare needs become increasingly complex, it's important for pharmacists to enhance their ability to provide care to patients with cancer and their families.  The new Oncology for Pharmacists program addresses the need that exists for specialized training in the care of people living with cancer, and provides pharmacists with real world examples and skills to ensure their patients receive the best possible care."

Dr. Heather Boon
Dean - Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto.

Offering appropriate training in oncology care to healthcare providers across the province is an important component of our Ontario Cancer Plan. We are pleased to support this program to provide standardized continuing education to pharmacists delivering care to patients with cancer.”  

Dr. Robin McLeod
Vice President of Clinical Programs & Quality Initiatives - Cancer Care Ontario.

What The Participants Say:

After completing the Essentials of Oncology Program, 100% of participants reported or demonstrated improvements in:

 After completing the Advanced Oncology Program, 100% of participants reported improvement in:


For more information: 
Mary Vourakes 
e: mary.vourakes@utoronto.ca  
p: 416-978-2317