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Knowledge transfer in cancer care

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Published: 10.05.12
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Francoise Charnay Sonnek – l'Ecole de Formation Européenne en Cancérologie, Paris, France

Francoise Charnay Sonnek discusses the importance of knowledge transfer in cancer care and cancer management.


There is a great need to develop specific and continuing education programmes for nurses and young scientists, as on average a person only retains 7% of information from a lesson without ‘action learning’.


‘Action learning’ is when participants put into practice what they have learned by discussing and evaluating that information with other participants.


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