Professional Training

Hope & Cope offers enriching professional training opportunities for students in medical and health-related fields. Engage in meaningful community service, gain insights into the psychosocial impacts of cancer, and contribute to our supportive care programs through tailored internships and projects.

At Hope & Cope, we are dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning environment for students pursuing careers in medicine, nursing, social work, rehabilitation, administration, and art therapy. In partnership with McGill’s Community Health Alliance Project (CHAP), we offer medical students a chance to fulfill their community service requirements by directly engaging with cancer patients and their families, thereby gaining firsthand experience in the psychosocial dimensions of cancer care. Nursing students from McGill’s Ingram School of Nursing can participate in a 6-week immersive training course, where they develop and lead workshops and nutritional programs tailored for those affected by cancer. Additionally, students across various disciplines are invited to undertake regular internships within our facilities, playing a pivotal role in the development and implementation of our innovative programs. This multidimensional training approach not only prepares students for their future professional roles but also makes a meaningful impact on the lives of those navigating the cancer journey. For detailed information on how to contribute and learn through our professional training programs, please reach out to Marcelle Kecman.

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