There is a depth of literature and other forms of media that promote exercise pre, during and post cancer treatment. In this webinar, we will take a step back and focus on your role as an AEP within the cancer care continuum. Before you can prescribe exercise to a cancer patient you will need to first gain referral from medical professionals (namely oncologists). Then you will need to promote your service to the cancer patient, their families and their carers. Before being able to do this you will need to understand how to promote your role and service. You will then be taken through an AEP specific framework that will provide a specific guide into working with cancer patients. Ultimately the goal is to translate research into practice in a manner that is meaningful to the patient, the medical team and yourself, (we need to sell this information to clinicians and patients) – in this webinar you will learn how to develop a message that is specific to clinicians and patients (families and carers).
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 11 September 2017.
Presented by Mr Ali Dulfikar
Ali Dulfikar completed his four-year bachelor of Exercise Physiology at UNSW in 2014, earning his accreditation as an Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and Exercise Scientist (ES) in 2015. Ali then pursued a Masters of research at QUT focusing on paediatric cancer and fundamental movement skills under the direct supervision of Professor Fiona Naumann. During his masters, Ali worked as an Accredited Exercise physiologist at QUT Healthstream Fitness Centre as well as a seasonal academic at QUT teaching within the exercise science and exercise physiology cohorts. Successfully articulating to a Ph.D. Ali’s research focuses on exercise in Grade II, III and IV gliomas during radiation with or without chemotherapy.
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