Our clinical education programme encompasses two strands of education. The first is aimed at medical students to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer. The second is aimed at clinicians working in gynae-oncology. All sessions are centered around patient experience and aim to amplify patient voices. 

1. For medical students - Survivors Teaching Students

Survivors Teaching Students cover the symptoms of ovarian cancer in a way that is personal and memorable. Students will hear directly from someone diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have the chance to ask them questions about their experience.

Survivors Teaching Students

2. For healthcare professionals - Enhancing Patient Experience

Enhancing Patient Experience sessions highlight the diversity of patient experience in ovarian cancer care, amplifying the voices of patients from underrepresented groups as they talk about some of the barriers they face. We offer simple and meaningful ways to address health inequalities in your everyday practice. 

Enhancing Patient Experience

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The Peter Sowerby Foundation has been integral to our work in developing and running this project.