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Development and revalidation

1. Breast Cancer Now webinars

Facilitated by our clinical nurse specialists, our free webinars are designed to support healthcare professionals in their practice and development.

Join us in an upcoming session as an expert speaker or join a webinar for free. Both count towards your revalidation and you will be sent a certificate following the webinar.

If you would like to volunteer as an expert speaker, please email hcpengagement@breastcancernow.org

2. Take part in a Facebook or Instagram Live

We run Facebook and Instagram Live sessions for people affected by breast cancer on a range of topics. Join us in an upcoming Facebook or Instagram Live as an expert speaker and put this towards your revalidation. If you would like to volunteer as an expert speaker, please email hcpengagement@breastcancernow.org

3. Review our patient information

We produce online and written information for people affected by breast cancer or benign breast conditions.

Our clinical nurse specialists and editorial team regularly update this information to make sure it’s user-friendly and clinically accurate. We also work alongside healthcare professional volunteers who read this information, check its accuracy and provide feedback.

If you’re interested in reviewing our publications please email health-info@breastcancernow.org

4. Healthcare Professional (HCP) Bulletin

Every month, our healthcare professional hub members receive an email bulletin. It includes important news in breast cancer, training opportunities and other relevant updates. The bulletin can be used as evidence for your development and revalidation. 

Sign up to receive our Healthcare Professional (HCP) Bulletin.

5. GatewayC

GatewayC is a free online cancer education platform which provides both online courses and webinars, developed for primary care professionals across England. The platform aims to improve cancer outcomes and has been developed by GPs, specialists and people affected by cancer. 

  1. The GatewayC Breast Cancer Recurrence course aims to support primary care professionals in recognising the symptoms of breast cancer recurrence, including clinical decision-making when referring to breast cancer services. You can start the free course here.
  2. The GatewayC Breast Cancer Screening course aims to support primary care professionals in implementing national screening programmes for breast cancer, including improving uptake and reducing health inequalities. You can start the free course here.

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