This course aims to give a general overview in the cancer setting: from the traslational researche to the clinical one.
Then students will be guided through the management of the cancer patient: from the natural pathway of cancer and the related patients’ needs in particular focusing onto:
• Diagnosis, staging and therapy: the outpatient and the role of the Day Service
• The role of the ward during the initial staging of the illness and active therapy
• The follow-up
• The last stage of the disease: role of the ward and of the local structures (GPs, Home help, Hospice)
In the final part of the course there will be the analysis on the EBM: the importance of guidelines and clinical trials
Examples of various guidelines (ESMO and AIOM) and the different phases of clinical trials; example of a randomized phase III clinical trial. importance will be devoted to the various Emergencies in oncology and palliative cares and to
Precision Oncology: history, the current overview and the new challenges.
From translational research to clinic: from bench to bedside in oncology.
The multidisciplinary approach in oncology: from theory to practice
Where/how/when related to the oncological patient in the clinical practice: from diagnosis to therapy till the palliative cares.
|Angelo Raffaele Bianco, Sabino De Placido, Giampaolo Tortora e Pierfranco Conte||Oncologia Clinica 2/ed (Edizione 2)||McGraw-Hill Education (Italy) srl||2016||9788838639845|
Attendance to the lessons
Mondays: 12.04.2021, 19.04.2021, 26.04.2021, 03.05.2021 from 5.30 p.m.
Recommended Year: 5th