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Gynaecological Oncology Webcasts for ENYGO members

ESGO eAcademy, the official knowledge portal of ESGO, is a powerful resource featuring a wide range of educational content developed by the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology over the years.

ENYGO members can access over 500 webcasts including the latest webcasts from the ESGO Congress, ENYGO workshops, and more.

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free iconCOMMUNICATION AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS IN CANCER CARE

 

Walter F. Baile

Nowadays cancer patients are better informed than ever.
Most of them desire to have a significant amount of information from their oncologists, who are regarded as a primary source of documentations and support.
For these reasons communication skills are called the “cornerstone of comprehensive cancer care”.

Engagement, Eliciting patient understanding, Education, Emotion, Enlisting the patient and the family’s collaboration are the five ‘5E’ address the essential components of many medical interviews.
Not all of these skills will be employed every time clinicians see a patient, however often the clinical encounter will involve several of these tasks.

 

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free iconPALLIATIVE CARE - END OF LIFE CARE IN GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER : ASPECTS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE

 

Johan Menten

The culture of death changed dramatically in the 20th century: the location of death shifted to the hospital and physicians and nurses became the gatekeepers.

Therefore, part of clinicians’ job is to offer a ‘good death’ to terminal ill patients. We can recognise six major component of a ‘good death’.
Pain and symptom management, which involves current pain control and control of future symptoms.
Clear decision-making: fear of pain can be reduced through communication and clear decision-making.
Preparation for death: patients want to know what they could expect during the course of their illness.
Completion: includes not only faith issues but also for example spending time with family and friends.
Contributing to others: allow terminally ill persons to contribute to the well being of others.
Affirmation of the whole person, which means considering the patient as a unique individual person.

 

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Special Editions

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Pathology Highlights in Gynaecological Oncology

Watch 13 Selected Webcasts and multiple presentations

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Radiation Therapy in Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer

Explore the new modalities

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Rare Ovarian Tumours: Module 1

Explore this eModule on Mucinous Ovarian Tumours

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Rare Ovarian Tumours: Module 2

Explore this eModule on Clear Cell Ovarian Tumors

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Some of the texts on this page were kindly prepared by ENYGO member, Dr. Mariaclelia La Russa, UK.

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MOLECULAR TUMORBIOLOGY
April 7-8, 2017

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Haas Haus with St. Stephen's Cathedral at Stephansplatz in Vienna, Austria

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ESGO 20th CONGRESS
Nov 4-7, 2017, Vienna, Austria

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