The 2015 POGO Psychosocial Education Seminar – Complex Care of Children with Cancer – enabled participants to: enhance their knowledge of complex care of children with cancer from the perspective of the psychosocial dimensions, including: best practices for psychosocial screening to promote improved and timely risk assessment of patients and survivors; identify optimal timing for intervention with special populations; improve pain management for children with cancer and identify ways to ease the burdens of end of life care.
Over 100 pediatric oncologists, nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals gathered to learn, listen and share their tools and strategies.
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