Expert researchers from around the world teach on a lecture series about research methodology, followed by questions and answers. We present the recordings of the past webinars, released soon after the live event.
The NCG e-learning portal
The NCG e-learning portal is dedicated to all the staff of the NCG member institutions, as well as to other users in India and around the world.
This portal is a repository of free courses on a variety of topics.
All NCG staff and faculty are encouraged to participate in these courses.
Dr Indranil Mallick, Consultant Radiation Oncologist at Tata Medical Center, Kolkata (imallick[at]gmail.com)
Dr Medha Joshi, Consultant NCG (joshi.mva[at]gmail.com)
Other e-learning courses from India
These e-learning courses are outside the NCG portal but are established/ important courses that have been built in India.
A flexible course on palliative care developed between faculty at Stanford University and Indian palliative care champions. Enrollment is open until September 1st 2019 and the course is available until October 14th 2019.
Radiological Anatomy for Radiation Oncology trainees (Free Course)
Modules on the principles, technical aspects and clinical applications of Image Guided Radiation Therapy (Free Course)
These video-based tutorials are created so as to enable the Medical and Para-medical staff to impart cancer education to the general population. The training involves ten modules with sections mainly focused on conducting cancer awareness and cervical cancer screening with VIA. This also involves modules with special focus on collecting Pap smears and HPV samples for testing. Other modules such as methods of approaching community are included to benefit trainees that are involved in population-based cancer awareness and screening. Modules on principles of data management are important whether the intent is to conduct a service programme or a research trial. These video-based tutorial training needs to be combined with practical hands-on training in order to develop clinical skills. The training is essential whether one intends to initiate clinic-based cancer awareness and screening or community-based awareness and screening.Course Coordinators: Dr. Gauravi Mishra, Dr. T S Shylasree, Dr. Santosh Noronha.
The Stanford India Collaborative Quality Improvement Project 2019-20, will involve eight selected project teams in palliative care and oncology to work with mentors from Stanford and India.
- To understand the role of imaging in rectal cancer and specifically the role of MRI
- To understand the issues in the local staging of rectal cancers and learn to read these using MRI
- To briefly discuss the essentials for an optimal MRI (hardware, sequences and patient preparation)
- To become familiar with a structured reporting template for optimal management of rectal cancer
This course teaches the safe use of cytotoxic drugs in the daycare setting of a cancer hospital. It takes the participant through the the entire process of storing, preparing, administering and disposing of cytotoxics.
Sriparna Giri, Tata Medical Center
Dr Sayan Paul, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad
Dr Suneetha M, Continental Hospital, Hyderabad