UNCCN Lecture Library

Please visit our Lecture Video Library for a searchable catalog containing lectures that have been recorded by the UNC Cancer Network. More details regarding our programs can be found on Professional Education and Community Education links on our site, as well as the NCCC/UNCCN Oncology Lecture Series link. Some highlighted catalogs include:

 

RN and Allied Health Lecture Video Library

The RN and Allied Health Lectures in our Lecture Video Library:

  • are available to oncology professionals who want to learn about the latest research but who do not need continuing education credits. The library does not provide the necessary mechanisms to award continuing education credits.
  • focus on putting theory into practice for those responsible for the direct care of cancer patients (nurses, advanced practice nurses, radiology and radiation oncology technicians, social workers, dietitians, physical therapists, speech therapists, etc.).
  • equip nurses and allied health professionals with tools they need to be successful when caring for cancer patients.

For free continuing education credits, please check out Professional Education for our live lectures and our Learning Portalfor prerecorded presentations.

 

Medical and Surgical Oncology Lecture Video Library

The Medical and Surgical Oncology Lectures in our Lecture Video Library:

  • are available to oncology professionals who want to learn about the latest research but who do not need continuing education credits. The library does not provide the necessary mechanisms to award continuing education credits.
  • are intended for oncologists, hematologists, surgeons, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, researchers, and/or those professionals who provide care to patients with cancer on a regular basis
  • cover the spectrum of cancer theory, cutting edge cancer care, and research.

For free continuing education credits, please check out Professional Education for our live lectures and our Learning Portalfor prerecorded presentations.

 

NC Community College Lecture Video Library

The Community College Oncology Lectures in our Lecture Video Library:

  • are available to community college students who want to learn about the latest research but who do not need general certificates of completion. The library does not provide the necessary mechanisms to award these certificates.
  • are designed for students enrolled in health sciences programs in the community colleges across the state of North Carolina
  • provide opportunities for students to become more familiar with strategies necessary for caring for cancer patients with the goal of improving cancer care and elevating interest in and awareness of oncology-related professions. 

No professional continuing education certificates are available for these lectures. 

For general certificates of completion, please check out Professional Education for our live lectures and our Learning Portalfor prerecorded presentations. (Coming Soon)


Community Lunch and Learn Lecture Video Library

The Community Lunch and Learn Lectures in our Lecture Video Library:

  • focus on providing information to the general public about cancer, prevention, survivorship, and other health-related topics
  • are designed for cancer patients, survivors, friends, family, care givers, and allied health professionals.

Please visit Community Education for our live lectures. These prerecorded videos can also be found in our Learning Portal.

The Community Lunch and Learn Lectures in our Lecture Video Library:

  • focus on providing information to the general public about cancer, prevention, survivorship, and other health-related topics
  • are designed for cancer patients, survivors, friends, family, care givers, and allied health professionals.

Please visit Community Education for our live lectures. These prerecorded videos can also be found in our Learning Portal.

 

YouTube Video Library

YouTube

A limited number of the UNC Cancer Network's newer lectures are now also available on our YouTube channel at: www.unccn.org/youtube