Cancer Knowledge network is pleased to announce our collaboration with the Global Oncology Initiative (GO!) at Harvard’s Medical School, School of Public Health and affiliated hospitals. We hope this synergistic partnership will grow the diversity and breadth of information and experiences shared. Furthermore, we also hope to facilitate networking and connect medical students, residents and physicians with common goals in global oncology to achieve to their endeavors. We hope you take advantage of the interesting expert interviews, articles on global oncology experiences and discussion videos put forth in collaboration with GO!.
If you had a life-threatening illness, what would be important for you and your family?
How about if you were the doctor?
Margarita Jorge is a social worker from Argentina who has worked extensively in her home country with transplant and palliative care patients. Dr. Rachelle Bernacki, M.D., M.S. is the Director of Quality Initiatives for Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care and an attending in adult palliative care at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. They led an interactive session for Students for Global Oncology offering insights into patient and physician perspectives in life-threatening illness, and how they differ between the U.S. and Argentina.
Intro and video courtesy of: Global Oncology Initiative Go!