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Integrating Radiotherapy in National Cancer Programmes

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This course was originally designed as a Master course. It was delivered from July to October 2020, with a selected number of participants and course leaders’ support. After assessing the satisfaction and success rate of it, the course has been transformed into a self-guided online course.

  • This online course on Radiotherapy is open to all UICC members.
  • You may complete all items in this course or complete only the items that are of interest to you. If you complete all course items you will receive a certificate of completion.
  • This course has been accredited by the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) and its completion gives 6 European CME Credits
  • This course is self-paced. The required time to complete the course is approximately 5 hours
Course overview
This course provides a step by step approach from understanding the need and use of radiotherapy to learning about the resources and planning required to set-up a radiotherapy department.

Target Audience
This course is exclusive to UICC members.
Cancer control professionals with an interest in learning about the need for radiotherapy and its integration into the health system would particularly benefit. You do not require any prior knowledge of radiotherapy to participate in this course.

Access the course
To access the course you must sign in to the eLearning platform.
If you are not registered and work for a UICC member organisation, you can sign up here.

This course was developed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).