Baylor Scott & White hosts cancer education classes
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) -Baylor Scott & White-College Station is now hosting a new series of cancer education classes.
Cancer affects many areas of a patient and their families lives. Whether that means physically, emotionally, or spiritually. Baylor Scott & White told KBTX they wanted to create a safe space to help navigate their cancer journey.
Dr. Juddi Yeh, Medical Oncologist/Hematologist, said the next class they have to offer is covering symptom management.
“We wanted to be able to support patients through their cancer journey and we know that a lot of times its overwhelming for caregivers,” said Dr. Yeh. “So patients are welcome, caregivers, people who have not really had any experience with cancer and community members. We also hope people can enjoy fellowship with each other.”
Dr. Yeh said each month people should look forward to a different subject within the cancer education class. As well as different class topics, different professionals with Baylor Scott & White will be teaching each class.
The next class is being held on Sept. 21 on the Baylor Scott & White main campus or zoom at 4:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
All classes are free to the public:
September 21, 2022: Symptom management – Denise Collins, BSN, RN, CNOR, CBCN
October 19, 2022: Range of motion and exercises - Physical therapy
November 16, 2022: What is palliative care? - Beth Grace, DNP, NP-C, ACHPN
January 18, 2023: Foods that fight cancer - Patricia Domanski, MS, RD, LD
February 15, 2023: What is radiation oncology? - Cindy Buche, APRN, FNP-C
March 15, 2023: Advance care planning - Sheri Lusk, LMSW, ACM
May 17, 2023: Living with cancer: A panel discussion - Jacquelyn Covington, MD
June 21, 2023: Holistic medications and vitamins - Drew Roberts, PharmD
To register for the Cancer Center Patient Education, click here.
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