Foundation Course in Cancer Care

At your Own Pace

Our Foundation Course will give you robust yet practical knowledge to start using the tools of cancer support in clinical practise. Join Patricia for this learning at 'your own pace and Live Q&A sessions. Keep the Live Q&A dates in your diary which are Wednesday the 19th January and 16th March 2022.

Why join the Course?


  • The Biology and Metabolics of Cancer Development and Metastases

  • The Concepts Behind Integrative Support , where Nutrition/Neutraceuticals are Valuable

  • Potential Interactions and Contraindications with Clients Medical treatment

  • Immunotherapy Developments & Support Strategies

  • Supporting Clients Psychological/Emotional Challenges when Dealing with Cancer

  • The Art & Science of Working as a Practitioner Supporting Your Clients

Join at your own pace !

Join Patricia for this 6 weeks ' at your own pace' Course and Q&A starting on Wednesday 19th January 2022 at 6:30pm. Be part of an amazing community today!

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the Foundation Course

  • 2

    Biography of  Cancer Cells contributors and facilitators 

    • Module content and sections

    • Presentation Slides

    • Biography of Cancer Cell contributors and facilitators

    • Current cancer treatments and causative factors

    • Metabolic factors affecting the development and spread of cancer

    • Principle of integrative support and their use

    • Case study: Prostate Cancer

  • 3

    Chemotherapy Overview and Support Strategies

    • Introduction to Chemotherapy support and recovery

    • History of Chemotherapy and how the drugs work

    • The Flaws of Chemotherapy

    • Planning an integrative plan around chemotherapy timing

    • Support for different side effects and strategies

    • Chemotherapy Detoxification

    • Chemotherapy Support & Strategies Presentation

    • Chemo Half life - Resource

  • 4

    Immunotherapy, Radiotherapy Overview and Support Strategies

    • Learning Outcomes

    • Immunotherapy treatment approaches and side effects

    • Types of Radiotherapy

    • Current research on antioxidants with radiotherapy

    • Radiotherapy on the 3 main challenges: Brain, Head & Neck and Pelvis

    • Hypoxia for more effective radiotherapy- Download

    • Immunotherapy and Radiotherapy Slides.pdf

  • 5

    Planning an ongoing integrative plan, Functional testing and beyond

    • Learning Outcomes

    • How to create an ongoing integrative plan

    • Psychological and emotional assessments

    • Assessment of Current Health of client - looking at markers and testing

    • Creating an anti-cancer environment

    • Key Assessments in a Client

    • Handling the client and the main considerations

    • Current treatments worldwide

    • Blood counts

    • Presentation slides

  • 6

    Support your clinical practice through case studies and working approaches

  • 7

    An Overview of Nutritional Approaches

    • Learning Outcomes

    • Cancer cells and Metabolic variability/flexibility

    • Linking Nutrition to Cancer

    • History of Nutritional Approach ( Gerson therapy, Budwig Diet, Fryda, Plaskett and Gonzalez Therapy

    • The PEAT Approach

    • Presentation Slides

See What Other Practitioners Have to Say

Testimonial by Nancy Silverstein

Learn to stand on a platform that is solid, informative and impactful

"I urge anyone who has been hesitant up to now as to the metabolic approach to cancer, what to say and how to support, to invest in Patricia's training. You will not be disappointed!".  - Nancy Silverstein

Testimonial by Robin Daly

Patricia Peat has been at the forefront of the development of Integrative Oncology in the UK

"I am absolutely delighted that, with the establishment of the Peat Institute, its full potential can be realised, as practitioners everywhere gain direct access to a wealth of detailed and specialised information with which to benefit many, many more people facing cancer". - Robin Daly, Chairman Yes to Life

The Foundation Course

25 years in cancer care