Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Aims to address advanced theoretical concepts of exercise medicine for cancer survivorship, focused on application of research and clinical knowledge in cancer patients and survivors. The course offers students an opportunity to enable up-skilling in cancer practice, physical activity and exercise in cancer patients, cancer treatments, the biological processes of cancer, principles of assessment and exercise prescription in cancer populations, the psychological impacts of cancer and treatments, or understanding current best-practice in exercise medicine for cancer patients and survivors. This course provides graduates with flexibility to obtain specialised knowledge and skills for the use of exercise in the management of the growing population of cancer patients and survivors.
6 Units 120 Credit Points.
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have an AQF Level 7 Bachelors degree in a cognate discipline or have completed a Graduate Certificate of Exercise Medicine (Oncology), with equivalents considered.
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