Study Guide for e-learning course

Welcome to the Interprofessional co-operation in breast cancer therapeutic phase course! You can learn about breast cancer care and treatment in a multidisciplinary team. This course is especially targeted for students and professionals in nursing, diagnostic and therapeutic radiography and biomedical laboratory science working with breast cancer patients and other health professionals interested in topic.

Overview of the course

These e-learning modules are designed for self-directed study. There are three modules that learners can pass individually according to their interests and needs. The modules can also be integrated into the traditional learning process.

Personal Study Plan (PSP)

Topics and subtopics of these materials can be selected by using the following options.

  • Discussion with the Head of the Degree Programme/Tutor teacher. Discuss the possibilities of acquiring additional ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) that can be added to your Personal Study Plan (PSP). This can also be used as a compensation task.
  • Professional Development. You can select the materials that you want to study for your personal and professional growth according to your field of study or expertise.

How to study on the platform?

  • You study on this platform by the means of interactive asyncronous elearning.
  • If you want information how to navigate on Prezi presentations, please click here.
  • Navigation between moduls and topics. You can navigate between modules and topics by holding your mouse on the top of learning modules. Then click the topic to find learning materials under it. You can also navigate between different topics by clicking pink bubbles with topic titles.
  • In order to learn more about breast cancer diagnostics you can learn EBreastI open access online course


  • To follow your learning progress, you can register and create your own account in the learning platform.
  • The learning materials are presented using different pedagogical approaches such as the use of podcasts, video presentations, lectures, and multimedia presentation tools (e.g. Prezi).


Register and create an account. You can see the number of ECTS credits given from a module from the navigation panel. 1 ECTS credit is respective to 25 to 30 hours student work. In order to have certificate you must get 75% correct answers from each module. You receive credit points of assignments marked as an EXAM. The other tasks are for helping you to memorise the materials.

Copyright and Ownership

All figures and images that are not marked with cc are solely owned by the project and can be used openly for non-commercial purposes. All learning materials are protected by  Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License