The creation of legacies is an essential aspect of coping and meaning-making. Our webinars discuss legacy-making across the lifespan. Ranging from creative perspectives via art, music, and writing to hearing personal stories from family members with lived experiences, we will learn about the process, importance and integration of legacy-making. Please join us and our wonderful speakers to learn about legacy-making through a multicultural and global perspective.  

As part of our ongoing efforts to provide our members with the latest information sharing tools and forums for discussion, we are pleased to offer recorded webcasts. These are open to members and non-members, with members having access for free or at a special discounted rate.

Presenters volunteer their time and expertise when hosting webinars and we encourage viewers to donate to IPOS so we can continue to provide our webinars complimentary to members and at a minimum cost for non-members.

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Available 2024 Webcasts:

  1. Reshaping tomorrow: A round table discussion with three leading experts on the status and future of global psychosocial oncology within palliative care (recorded June 19, 2024)
  2. Getting Started with Implementation Science: Key Concepts and Principles (recorded June 4, 2024)
  3. Entender y Atender el sufrimiento en el paciente oncológico en el final de la vida (Grabado en Thursday, May 9, 2024)
  4. Publishing Psycho-Oncology Work From LMICS (recorded April 17, 2024)
  5. Integrating Geriatric Assessment Standards (recorded April 9, 2024)
  6. Translating FCR Interventions into Different Countries and Cultures (recorded April 4, 2024)
  7. World Cancer Day – Psycho-Oncology for a Healthier Africa (recorded February 5, 2024)
  8. AI Application Research of Auxiliary Psycho-social and Spiritual Psychology Evaluation and Intervention for Cancer Patients (recorded January 15, 2024)
Available 2023 Webcasts:
  1. Implementing Interventions for Fear of Cancer Recurrence (recorded December 1, 2023)
  2. Legacy - Making across the Lifespan (recorded September 29, 2023)
  3. Innovations in Models of Survivorship Care Research (recorded July 26, 2023)
  4. The Future of Psycho-Oncology (recorded March 30, 2023)
  5. Cancer and Aging: Considerations when Working with Older Adult Cancer Patients (recorded February 15, 2023)
  6. Fear of cancer progression and recurrence in those living longer with cancer (recorded January 12, 2023)
Available 2022 Webcasts:
  1. Self-management in cancer survivorship (Part-II) (recorded December 9, 2022)

  2. Trauma-Informed Palliative Care in Times of Humanitarian Crisis: Lessons from Ukraine and Rwanda (recorded October 4, 2022)

  3. Self-management in cancer survivorship (Part-I) (recorded July 22, 2022)

  4. Disaster Survivorship During the Ukraine War: Protecting mental health and fostering resilience after war, pandemics, and other disasters (recorded June 22, 2022)

  5. Developing Psycho-oncology in LMICs” – Part 1 (Africa, S. America, India) (recorded May 25, 2022)

  6. Fear of Recurrence: The Experience of Caregivers (recorded March 31, 2022)

  7. Delivering remote physical activity, diet and psychological support to people affected by cancer (recorded February 22, 2022)

Available 2021 Webcasts:
  1. COVID’s Global Impact on Palliative Care: Creating Connections (recorded October 21, 2021)

  2. More than words: The role of doctor-patient communication in fear of cancer recurrence (recorded November 2021)

  3. Zooming in on health behaviors in cancer survivors and the role of FCR: A joint webinar with the FORwards & Survivorship SIGs (recorded July 22, 2021)

  4. IPOS Survivorship Group Presents: Managing sleep difficulties in cancer (recorded April 29, 2021)

  5. Innovations in Screening and Assessment of Fear of Cancer Recurrence and Progression (recorded March 21, 2021)

  6. Use of e-health: challenges and opportunities for psychosocial oncology providers, resources to providing support during the COVID19 Pandemic (recorded February 25, 2021)

Available 2020 Webcasts:
  1. Cancer in the Elderly / Personas Mayores CON Cancer (recorded December 2020)

  2. A burden shared: group-based interventions for fear of cancer recurrence (recorded December 8, 2020)

  3. The Social Context of Fear of Cancer Recurrence (recorded September 22, 2020)

  4. Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cancer Care (recorded June 2020)

  5. Grupos de auto-ayuda como apoyo psicosocial para mujeres latinas con cáncer (recorded June 24, 2020)

  6. Cancer Coaching to Enable Patients/Survivors in Cancer Self-Management: The Healthcare Model of the Future (recorded June 23, 2020)

  7. Psycho-Oncology During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Resilience, Challenges and Opportunities (recorded June 18, 2020)

Available 2018 & 2019 Webcasts:
  1. Applying ACT strategies to a cancer population within the context of COVID -19

  2. Children of parents with cancer

  3. Advanced parental cancer
  4. Resilience
  5. Can you really ‘Conquer’ Fear of Cancer Recurrence?
  6. 2019 Plenary – IPOS and CAPO Awards
  7. 2019 Plenary – Psychosocial aspects of delivering cancer care to Indigenous people

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