Princess Margaret Cancer Rehab
The Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship (CRS) Program at Princess Margaret provides compassionate and holistic impairment-driven cancer rehabilitation to patients during and after acute cancer treatment. The goal is to maximize quality of life, functional independence, health and wellness. The CRS multidisciplinary team includes program and patient coordinators, physiatrists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, a dietitian, a wellness chef, a neuropsychologist, a social worker, a massage therapist, kinesiologists, and an extensive research team.
In a collaborative effort with the Michener Institute to develop capacity, our team is developing a multidisciplinary comprehensive Cancer Rehabilitation Training Institute which we hope to launch in 2020. The goal of the Institute will be to provide in-person and distant continuing professional development to health professionals who are interested in developing the specialized skills required to deliver quality care to the growing number of cancer survivors and/or developing their own comprehensive programs in cancer rehabilitation.
In order to ensure that our proposed Institute meets the needs of our prospective learners, we are conducting a brief, anonymous needs assessment which will inform the development of education courses on topics related to cancer rehabilitation.
Please consider taking 5 minutes to complete the survey.
We thank you in advance for your time and input.
The Princess Margaret CRS Team