Michelle Kirschner is the Clinical Coordinator for Cancer Survivorship at the UC Health Barrett Cancer Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. With more than 20 years of previous clinical experience as a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Cardiology, Pulmonology, and Internal Medicine, Michelle brings a unique and practical perspective to the field of Cancer Survivorship. An experienced speaker, she has presented timely and vital information to health care practitioners and cancer support communities on topics ranging from survivorship care plans to the treatment of fatigue. Michelle has specialty training in cancer rehabilitation and sees a wide variety of cancer survivorship patients at her facility, where she is also developing cardio-oncology programs and advanced cognitive assessments.
This course introduces students to the concept of cancer-treatment-related effects and reviews the identification, evaluation, and treatment of four common adverse effects, with a goal… read more
This course gives students an overview of several specific-cancer-treatment-related effects and discusses their identification, evaluation, and treatment, with a goal of improving overall health for… read more