NCI Social Media Events

A large part of the mission of the National Cancer Institute is to share information and updates with the public and cancer research community. Social media is an ideal platform for connecting with people, and we often participate in live social media events like Facebook Live, YouTube Live and Twitter chats. Listed below are past and upcoming social media events involving NCI and our partners.
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OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health

Lorman

Behavioral health practitioners, including social workers, psychologists, mental health and substance use counselors, psychiatric nurses, and psychiatrists, face a wide range of complex ethical challenges. What are the limits of clients' confidentiality rights? How do I manage boundaries and dual relationships in a small community? How should I respond to clients' Facebook friend requests? When is it appropriate to share personal information with clients? Is it ethical to provide services to clients remotely without ever meeting them in person? Inevitably, practitioners encounter challenging ethical dilemmas that require sound judgment in order to protect clients and service providers.
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The centerpiece of biosimilar adoption

Biosimilars have the potential to deliver significant cost savings across healthcare. As this emerging market evolves, the product landscape faces significant hurdles. In order to ensure success
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Strategies to Access, Interpret and Get Results From Your Company's Health Care Data

Lorman

The "old fashioned way" no longer works. Most firms still operate health plans the old fashioned way without connecting the dots between plan data and predictable health risk exposures - even though studies show that over 70 percent of costly illnesses are predictable. Under the old fashioned scenario, plans are still administrated without the benefit of leading edge technology that easily measures and manages workforce health risk that is based on member engagement and automation.
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Biosensor Technology: Driving Advances in Healthcare

Tech Briefs Media Group

This Webinar will look at biosensors integrated into wearable devices for continuous health monitoring. Biomarkers can be non-invasively monitored in samples such as saliva and exhaled breath condensate as well as minimally invasively in blood and interstitial fluid using smart wristbands.
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