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.
Leads / Contacts
Tina Papadakos and Meredith Giuliani
The Princess Margaret Cancer Campus:
Certificate in Plain Language for Patient/Public Health Communication
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 »
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 »
Cancer Trainee Professional Enrichment Program (CT-PEP)
Join other Cancer Program trainees to build on professional skills to complement your clinical experience and network to contribute to comprehensive cancer care for all.
See the CT-PEP schedule »
Careers in Oncology
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 »
Cancer Education Summer Student Learning Series
This learning series is for interprofessional summer students at Princess Margaret. The topics presented in this series are not commonly covered in a student placement.
See the Cancer Education Summer Student Learning series schedule »
Young Leaders Program
The Young Leaders Program provides a structured opportunity for young leaders in cancer care to come together to explore important topics in leadership toward capacity building in our communities to lead formally and informally.
See the Young Leaders program details »
Summer Student Clinician Scientist Program
This is a local outreach program for Toronto District School Board students from diverse backgrounds who may lack equitable access to career sampling opportunities in science and health care.
Learn about the Summer Student Clinician Scientist program »