Exercise for People with Breast Cancer Webinar - Part 1

Exercise for People with Breast Cancer Webinar - Part 1

Exercise Considerations for People Diagnosed with Breast Cancer Webinar - Part I

This webinar is the first in a two-part series designed to offer best practice recommendations and guidance from the most recent research for individuals affected by breast cancer, including patients, survivors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. This first webinar delves into the critical role of exercise in enhancing physical and mental well-being throughout the breast cancer journey.
This PD begins by providing context through considerations of the impact of breast cancer and setting the stage for the importance of exercise in the recovery and quality of life for affected individuals.
The webinar emphasises the multifaceted benefits of exercise, spanning physical and psychological domains. Attendees will gain insights into evidence-backed research affirming the positive outcomes of incorporating meaningful exercise into their own recommendations.  

Presented by Dr Caitlin Fox-Harding

Dr Caitlin Fox-Harding is an early career researcher and academic working towards achieving an independent and self-sustaining career in exercise medicine. After having her PhD in Exercise and Sports Science conferred in October 2019 from the University of Sydney, Dr Fox-Harding began as a teaching-research scholar at Edith Cowan University in December 2019. Her doctoral research emphasised the need, and capacity, for young people with severe psychiatric disorders to engage in high intensity interval training as part of adjunct treatment. Her lifelong passion for the intersectionality of exercise and health stemmed from over 15-years of being an elite athlete (a former Australian Team member for the Olympic sport of fencing) along with her undergraduate education from Brown University (USA) in Public Health. Dr Fox-Harding has been privileged to be surrounded by experienced mentors within the fields of exercise medicine, oncology and mental health and continues to develop her research through her own supervision of PhD and Masters by Research students. 


Monday, 11 December 2023
2:00pm - 3:30pm AEDT
Please note, the times listed are in Australian Eastern Daylight Time. 
Your local time will be: 
 ACT:          2:00pm - 3:30pm 
 NSW:    2:00pm - 3:30pm
 NT:    12:30pm - 2:00pm
 QLD:    1:00pm - 2:30pm
 SA:    1:30pm - 3:00pm 
 TAS:    2:00pm - 3:30pm
 VIC:    2:00pm - 3:30pm
 WA:    11:00am - 12:30pm
Please note: This is a live webinar and needs to be watched at the specified time above. If you are unable to watch the webinar live, it will be produced as an online activity and can be purchased within the following month.

Rates per person

 ESSA Member          $30.00
 Non-Member    $50.00
 ESSA Student Member    $15.00
 Student Non-Member    $25.00
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Access to Webinar

You will be emailed a link to access the webinar approximately one hour prior to the scheduled start time.

Target Audience

Any Accredited Exercise Physiologist



Online: After signing into your ESSA profile, select the blue "Register Now" button 
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Registration for this professional development will close at 12:00pm AEDT, Monday 11 December 2023.

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