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BC Caring: British Columbia Cancer Rehabilitation Interest Group

The British Columbia Cancer Rehabilitation Interest Group (BC CARING) is an informal network of physiotherapists and exercise professionals interested in working with cancer survivors, that aims to keep up to date on the latest research in cancer rehabilitation, discuss difficult cases and address clinical questions,  and provide a referral system  for survivors. This group holds 3 Webinars per year, and offers courses and events periodically throughout the year.

If you are interested in joining the network, please reach out to us through our contact form.

Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Tailoring Exercise During Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

Description:

Dr. Kristin Campbell (University of British Columbia, Canada) and Dr. Anna Campbell (Founder of CanRehak; Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland) are delivering a FREE webinar discussing tailoring exercise during chemotherapy for breast cancer.  This informative webinar is targeted to exercise professionals and physiotherapists who work with this population.  For more information, visit:  https://www.canrehab.com/

Date & time:  October 24 @ 10:30 am PT (6:30 PM in London, UK)

Registration link (free):  https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NO5ZYzcqQ-iubIgG_UMHng?fbclid=IwAR1aJkSVfTw97SXZpfTNeLp-OR2c7xWOGN9az1vsWO4HsSRVLNkMWdozcI8

Speakers:

Professor Anna Campbell MBE

Director of CanRehab Ltd, Chair of CanRehab Trust @CanRehab

Anna Campbell is Professor in Clinical Exercise Science at Edinburgh Napier University. For the past 22 years she has worked in the field of exercise oncology and has been instrumental in the implementation of evidence-based exercise programmes for people affected by cancer across UK. She has published over 50 peer reviewed research papers and three educational book chapters on the subject of cancer and exercise. As key advisor to Macmillan Cancer Care, she worked on the development of the UK wide MoveMore programmes. Professor Campbell is Director of CanRehab (www.canrehab.co.uk) – an international provider of training on exercise-based cancer rehabilitation for health professionals and fitness specialists. She is also chair of the charity CanRehab Trust www.canrehabtrust.org which matches people affected by cancer with cancer exercise qualified instructors and provides remote and face to face exercise programmes.

Professor Kristin Campbell

Associate Head Research, Director Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory @University of British Columbia

Kristin Campbell, BSc, PT, PhD is a licensed physical therapist and a Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She also an Affiliated Scientist in the Cancer Control Program at the BC Cancer Research Institute. Her research focus is on the role of exercise in cancer rehabilitation and survivorship has been funded by the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research and Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada and others. She is the co-lead of the 2019 exercise guidelines for cancer survivors from the American College of Sports Medicine and in 2020 received a Distinguished Achievement Award for Overall Excellence Mid-Career from the Faculty of Medicine at UBC.

Previous Webinars

For more information on previous webinars please visit the Clinical Exercise Physiology Lab website.

Courses

Upcoming Courses

There is nothing schedule at this time, please check back later!

Previous Courses

For more information on previous webinars please visit the Clinical Exercise Physiology Lab website.


CSEP Advanced Learning Module: Cancer & Exercise

Four-part online webinar featuring the latest clinical practice guidelines in the areas of:

  • Cancer Epidemiology, Biology and Therapy
  • Cancer Therapy Toxicity
  • Exercise Oncology
  • Exercise Guidelines and Adherence Considerations

For more information regarding prices and more, please visit the website below:


Thrive Health

Thrive Health provides individuals living with and beyond cancer with various resources on exercise oncology.


SIRvivor BC

SIRvivor is a specialized exercise program for men 19 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer in any stage of treatment or recovery and at any fitness level, ability, and background. 

If you are interested in finding out more regarding how to be a SIRvivor BC fitness instructor, please contact the Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program at 604-875-4485.