​​​​​​​​The Cancer Trainee Professional Enrichment Program (CT-PEP) is a coordinated and accredited curriculum designed to complement individual professional training programs and enables trainees to build skills and awareness in such areas as evidence-based practice, professional practice, and collaboration & communication.

All trainees in all cancer-related professional and research programs, at all levels (from undergraduate through fellowship and post-doctoral positions) are welcome.

Note: Due to interest from staff and students outside the Princess Margaret, a massive online open course called Cancer 360 will replace CT-PEP starting July 1, 2020.

 

Date, Location & Time

On this page: See schedule  »

Registration

On this page: See how to register »

Contact

Email tylar.stringer@uhnresearch.ca.

Objectives

Upon completion of the Cancer Trainee Professional Enrichment Program, trainees will be able to:

  • Situate their professional scope of practice within the broader cancer care continuum
  • Appreciate the considerations inherent in different forms of communication with different audiences within the healthcare environment
  • Equip themselves as lifelong learners to consistently aspire to evidence-informed practice
  • Accelerate their career development through leveraging practical professional skills, networking, and a comprehensive awareness of the cancer care environment

For learners attending at least 8 of the 13 workshops in a single academic year, a certificate of completion for the CT-PEP series will be provided.

 

Registration

CT-PEP is framed as a series of 13 live workshops, often offered in concert with supporting online learning opportunities. The program is structured around an online hub, with the majority of content accessible to the learner at their convenience, with the scheduled workshops serving as the core means to explore the topic with a subject matter expert and peers within the Princess Margaret community.

 

For more information on CT-PEP or to register for a workshop:

  1. Go to the Princess Margaret Cancer Campus eLearning website [opens in new window] »
  2. Click on Create new account and complete the form
  3. Wait for confirmation email and follow the instructions

Note: You will need a course registration key to enrol in this course.

 

Schedule - 2019/2020 Academic Year*

All sessions will be held from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm in Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, 7th Floor, Room 605 unless noted otherwise.

DateTopic
Wednesday, Sept 25th Introduction to CT-PEP & Health Literacy

Tina Papadakos Senior Manager, Educational Design & Knowledge Translation, Cancer Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Co-Director, Cancer Self-Management Research Centre
Regional Lead, Patient Education, Toronto Central South, Cancer Care Ontario

Janet Papadakos Associate Director, ELLICSR: Health, Wellness & Cancer Survivorship Centre, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Co-Director, Cancer Health Literacy Research Centre
Provincial Head, Patient Education, Cancer Care Ontario
Assistant Professor, Institute for Health Policy, Management & Evaluation, University of Toronto

Wednesday, Oct 16th Cancer Survivorship & Rehab Program Panel

Jennifer Jones Director, Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program
Butterfield Drew Chair in Cancer Survivorship Research and Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Rehab Team Members: Lydia Beck, Christine Cosby

Wednesday, Oct 30th Handle with Care Workshop: A Knowledge Translation Initiative

Elizabeth Hanna Co-Lead, Interprofessional Education and Care, Education, University Health Network

Wednesday, Nov 13th Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)

R.J. Edralin Clinical Care Coordinator, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) Collaborative Academic Practice, University Health Network

Jennifer Bell Bioethicist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Scientist, Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care, University Health Network

Wednesday, Nov 27th Introduction to Knowledge Translation Workshop

Tina Papadakos Senior Manager, Educational Design & Knowledge Translation, Cancer Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Co-Director, Cancer Self-Management Research Centre
Regional Lead, Patient Education, Toronto Central South, Cancer Care Ontario

Wednesday, Dec 11th
 (Please note early start)
Team Building & Engagement

**Time change: 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm**
**Room change: Princess Margaret 8th Floor, Room 8-502**

Meredith Giuliani Radiation Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Director, Undergraduate Medical Education, UTDRO
Associate Director, Postgraduate Medical Education, UTDRO
Medical Director, Cancer Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Barbara-Ann MillarCNS Group Site Leader
Radiation Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto
Co-Director, Faculty Development and Continuing Education, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto
Associate Director, Education Scholars Program, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
Chair, Radiation Oncology Specialty Committee, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Wednesday, Jan 8th Digital Compassion

David Wiljer Executive Director, Education Technology and Innovation, University Health Network
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, IHPME, University of Toronto
Collaborating Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Wednesday, Jan 29th AI and Big Data

Alejandro Berlin Staff Radiation Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto

Wednesday, Feb 12th Communication Styles & Strategies

**Note: Pre-work to be completed before workshop**

Tina Papadakos Senior Manager, Educational Design & Knowledge Translation, Cancer Education, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Co-Director, Cancer Self-Management Research Centre
Regional Lead, Patient Education, Toronto Central South, Cancer Care Ontario

Wednesday, Feb 26th Our Role in Global Cancer Control

Danielle Rodin Clinician-Investigator Radiation Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto

Wednesday, Mar 4th Mentorship

Jennifer Croke Staff Radiation Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto

Wednesday, Apr 8th Connecting the Dots: Bringing it together through a collaborative lens

**Note: This is a mandatory Reflection Session for students pursuing IPE Exposure Level activity recognition.**

Wednesday, Apr 15th Transition to Practice Panel

Andrew Hope, Lydia Beck, Jessica Metcalfe, Alexandra Conchie, Colin Robertson

* eBlast announcements will be sent prior to each session.

Last reviewed: 7/19/2020
Last modified: 7/20/2020 7:09 AM