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Health Information Service for Gynecologic Oncology Patients



                                             
   In the Hospital             Phone                  Email               Gyn-Onc Team

Some facts about the Gyn-Onc Health Information Service
  • patient information service provided by your hospital librarians in partnership with the Gyn-Onc Division since 2007
  • Aiming to provide reliable, relevant and easy to understand patient/family centered health information focusing on your needs in various formats
  • Conveniently located in the Gyn-Onc Clinic (E766) during clinical hours, Health Sciences Library (A200) and easily accessible 24/7 online at jgh.ca/gynonc 

Meet Your Team & How We Care: The Ecosystem of the Gyn-Onc Clinic at the Jewish General Hospital
Series 1 of Essential Ingredients of Comprehensive Cancer Care : How multidisciplinary teams, empowered patients and family, and advanced clinical research forge the best outcome, Segal Cancer Centre Free Public Lectures
February 17, 2016
 
Presented by, according to the order in the playlist, Dr. Walter Gotlieb, Nancy Drummond, Christina Cabral, Dr. Zeev Rosberger, Linda Lei, Jeremie Abitbol, Roy Kessous, Dr. Susie Lau, Cathy Ammendolea, Dr. Shannon Salvador, Ana Massa, Saima Ahmed, Iris Gourdji 

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Last updated July 7, 2016

Stay Informed

July 28, 2016
New Resource by Ovarian Cancer Canada (OCC)
Limited copies of the recently updated patient's guide By Your Side by OCC are now available for the JGH Gyn-Onc patients to borrow from the library of Hope & Cope (E-730.1). Still By Your Side - a new guide for patients with recurrence, will be available at Hope & Cope soon. Individual requests can be made directly from the OCC's website.  
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June 23, 2016
Ovarian Cancer Canada Webinar Recordings
Ovarian Cancer Research and You: Ovarian Cancer 101 and the Impact of Research, by Dr. Barbara Vanderhyden, recorded on May 15, 2016. Please visit the Ovarian Cancer Canada website to view all the past talks. 

May 19, 2016
Cancer Related Brain Fog: Facing the Challenge and Providing a Solution

Register Now for the FREE Cancer Patient Education Network (CPEN) Connections Webinar!
Time: Thursday May 26, 2016, 3 - 4 pm (Eastern Time)
Speaker: Heather Palmer, PhD, Maximum Capacity
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May 2, 2016
Living with BRCA - Public Conference
4th Biennial Conference on Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer for Gene-Carriers, At-Risk Individuals, and Their Families
Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 8:10 – 16:15
Centre Mont-Royal, Montréal

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