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Leads / Contacts: Tina Papadakos and Meredith Giuliani
Princess Margaret Cancer Campus

​​​​​​​​​​The roles of all health professionals, patients and caregivers are changing, and the Princess Margaret Cancer Campus is leading in transforming cancer education for the future by providing just-in-time and intensive quality learning opportunities for providers, patients and caregivers toward sustainable cancer care.

The Princess Margaret Cancer Campus:

  • develops and provides access to learning opportunities for the busy healthcare provider seeking just-in-time learning
  • serves as a repository of high quality curricula to advance knowledge translation from bench to bedside
  • facilitates access to clinical guidelines and recommendations for the treatment and management of cancers
  • serves as a hub for cancer education nationally and globally and keep us connected with national and internal trainees​

Visit the Cancer Campus website »

Cancer Campus Programs

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Biosciences Oncology Leadership Development (BOLD) Program
For Leaders in Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Princess Margaret Biosciences Oncology Leadership Development Program is a series of lectures and interactive small group sessions designed to equip Postdoctoral Fellows working in a research lab with the skills, networks and opportunities to develop as leaders in cancer care and/or research at a local, regional and international level.

Learn more about the Biosciences ​Oncology Leadership Development Program »

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Cancer 360
For Trainees

This online course provides exposure to a diverse range of topics in cancer to promote a holistic understanding of cancer and cancer survivorship for current and future cancer health professionals

Learn more about the Cancer 360 program »

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Cancer 360+ Summer Student Program
For Trainees and Secondary School Students

Cancer 360+ is a fantastic enrichment opportunity for summer students at any level of training. The program is designed to work flexibly within a student's schedule to provide a 360 degree view of cancer.

Learn about the Cancer 360+ Summer Student Program »

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Cancer 360: High School
For Secondary School Students

This online course provides exposure to a diverse range of topics in cancer to promote a holistic understanding of cancer and cancer survivorship for high school students.

Learn about the Cancer 360: High School program »

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Cancer Education Research & Innovation Rounds
For Health Providers or Trainees

Cancer educators, researchers, and health professional trainees across the globe are invited to join this quarterly webcast that highlights research and innovation in cancer education.

Learn how to register for Cancer Education Research & Innovation Rounds »

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Careers in Oncology
For Trainees

This nano video series was developed to help you think about careers in oncology. Click on a video to hear professionals speak for 1-2 minutes about a typical work week and highlights of their work.

Watch the Careers in Oncology videos »

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Certificate in Plain Language for Patient / Public Health Communication
For Continuing Education

Enhance your written communication skills with patients and caregivers to support health literacy and engagement in this blended learning program.

Learn about the Plain Language Certificate »

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Difficult Conversations in Health Literate Care​
For Health Providers

This program aims to provide you with skills to support patients and families through difficult conversations such as breaking bad news and disclosing adverse events.

Learn about the Difficult Conversations program »

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Global Oncology Enrichment Program
For Health Providers or Trainees

This ​program is a unique opportunity for trainees and junior faculty ​to explore a field of study you may otherwise have little exposure to within your core training. The overall program objective is to introduce key concepts in global oncology and cancer control including cancer policy, the economics of cancer care, and research and innovation in cancer care.

Learn how to register for the Global Oncology Enrichment Program »

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Global Oncology Leadership Development (GOLD) Program
For Leaders in Clinical Fellowships

The Princess Margaret Global Oncology Leadership Development Program is a series of lectures and interactive small group sessions designed to equip Clinical ​​Fellows with the skills, networks and opportunities to develop as leaders in cancer care at a local, regional and international level.

Learn more about the Global Oncology Leadership Development Program »

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Princess Margaret Rounds
For Health Providers or Trainees

Livestream Princess Margaret Rounds or view videos of past sessions. Here you will find Innovation Rounds as well as Radiation Medicine Program (RMP) Rounds, Combined Department of Radiation Oncology / Department of Oncology & Hematology Rounds, and Grand Rounds.

Watch Princess Margaret Rounds »

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Summer Student Clinician Scientist Program
For Secondary School Students

The Summer Student Clinician Scientist Program is a local outreach program at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre that is designed to teach students from the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) about the diverse nature of careers in science and health care.

Learn more about the Summer Student Clinician Scientist Program »

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Young Leaders in Cancer Program
For Leaders​

The Young Leaders in Cancer Program provides members early in their career a structured opportunity to come together to explore important topics in leadership, network and build leadership skills. The program is designed to empower members to lead from where they stand and drive the innovation and change needed to evolve cancer care to meet unprecedented demand.

Learn more about the Young Leaders in Cancer Program »


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Last reviewed: 7/19/2022
Last modified: 11/22/2022 9:10 AM