Carmine Malfitano, MSW, RSW, is a Social Worker in Research at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in the research teams of Drs. Gary Rodin, Camilla Zimmermann, and Sarah Hales. In this role, Carmine coordinates multiple clinical trials and delivers trial psychotherapeutic interventions tailored to clients diagnosed with acute leukemia or advanced or metastatic cancer.
The Global CALM Program is an international initiative to train clinicians in CALM therapy, gather evidence about the implementation of CALM in diverse settings, and to make CALM a standard of care for people facing metastatic and advanced cancer throughout the world.
On June 4, 2018 leaders of the Global CALM...Read more »
GIPPEC is delighted to announce the successful delivery of six CALM workshops in Chile, Italy, China, New Zealand, and Canada in 2017! The CALM workshops bring together a diverse group of oncology professionals in psychology, psychiatry, medicine, social work, nursing, palliative and spiritual care, and more, to gain training and...Read more »
The first project coming out of the partnership between GIPPEC and the University of Ferrara is to establish a CALM Centre of Excellence in Italy in 2017.
CALM or Managing Cancer and Living Meaningfully is an individualized therapy designed to help patients manage the challenges of living with cancer, reduce distress...Read more »