1. Recognize the diversity of childhood cancer diagnoses and the variety of treatments employed.
2. Understand the ongoing impact a diagnosis can have even after treatment ends.
3. Understand the short and long-term impact of pediatric oncology treatment on psychosocial functioning.
4. Identify ways behavioral health providers can assist a child in coping with treatment.
5. Describe the psychosocial late effects of pediatric oncology treatment.
6. Apply the knowledge attained from the Oncology 101 presentation to small group case studies.  
7. Compare and contrast the results of the small group case studies with the goal of sharing ideas with the full group.  
8. Be able to identify long term side effects of cancer therapy.
9. Be able to identify interaction between long term effects and overall well-being.
10. Be able to apply knowledge of long-term effects to past, current and future patients.

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