This October, Air Angels and the Breast Health Foundation partnered and turned ER24 H.E.M.S Division pink. Thank you to the organisations that made this possible: One Plan Health, Novartis Pharmaceuticals and Flight Share. The pink helicopters in the skies of Gauteng plus the education activations done at schools created an impactful Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Nurses’ training platform
The Breast Health Foundation, in partnership with Phakamisa, an AstraZeneca initiative, and Discovery Health, launched an online development, training and education platform for nurses and healthcare practitioners (HCPs).
The platform will help nurses and HCPs update their knowledge and skills as part of their continuing professional development (CPD) responsibility. Through the portal, they can access training materials, educational and legislation-based content relating to breast health.
To sign up, visit www.training.mybreast.org.za
Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness
The 13th of October was Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. With the help of Novartis Pharmaceuticals, the Breast Health Foundation honoured our fellow metastatic patients with an educational talk, and lunch.
If you are a metastatic breast cancer patient and interested in a support group, please contact Jenna (firstname.lastname@example.org or 071 175 3441).
YOU ARE WELCOME – We would love to meet you!
You are cordially invited to join us at our public meetings, where breast cancer patients and their friends and families have an opportunity to mix with other patients and survivors, as well as to listen to talks on issues related to breast cancer.
VENUE: Hazeldene Hall, opposite Parklane Hospital, 13 Junction Avenue, Parktown
TIME: 9h30 for 10h00
ENQUIRES: 0860 283 343 or email@example.com