Webinar: 'Anxious Surveillance: Coping with Anxiety and Active Surveillance'
Dr. Lara Bellardita, Ph.D., Psy.D, M.S., will be presenting the program “Anxious Surveillance: Coping with Anxiety and Active Surveillance” in a webinar 12-1:30 p.m. EST (6-7:30pm CEST) January 29, 2022, sponsored by Active Surveillance Patients International.
To register, go to: https://bit.ly/3HVMtnk. Videos will be available after the program.
For the past decade. Dr. Bellardita has researched the psychological issues faced by men on active surveillance (AS).
She has worked in the field of oncology since 2009, collaborating with the National Cancer Institute in Milan, Italy, and with other private and non-profit organizations. She conducted research on psycho-social aspects in patients on AS for more than 10 years. Her areas of expertise include quality of life in cancer patients, coping with cancer, patient empowerment, and engagement in the decision-making process.
Dr. Bellardita is a Consultant in Health Psychology, with both a Clinical and Organizational perspective. She graduated in Psychology and then obtained a Master of Sciences in Applied Psychology at San Diego State University as a Fulbright fellow. She obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2008.
Dr. Bellardita is a member of the European School of Oncology (ESO) core faculty and the International Academy of Communication in Healthcare (EACH). She serves on the Scientific Committee of the Italian Chapter of Europa UOMO.