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Infusion Center Massage 101

This ICM 101 program will help you understand what you need to know to work as a team member in a hospital-based infusion center massage program and provide hand/foot massage for patients while they receive their cancer treatment.

Working in an infusion center setting is a very fulfilling career pathway. It is also an effective gateway to building practice-based patient care hours for therapists who may want to transition into working with inpatient populations.

Join the ICM 101 program and learn about

  • Infusion center patient treatment protocols
  • Patient experience and side effects
  • Infusion center hand/foot massage protocols
  • Clinical guidelines for hospital-based massage
  • Therapist/RN patient intake questions
  • Therapist/patient intake questions and interaction guidelines
  • Do’s and don’t of working in a HBMT setting

Course type: Webinar
Course credits: 10CEU
Course prerequisite:
This course is offered to licensed massage therapists, estheticians and nail technicians who have completed a S4OM/S4OE approved Foundation course, RN and Nurse Aides, or by permission from the instructor for licensed therapists who have completed non-S4OM/S4OE oncology curriculum.

Approved Provider for Continuing Education

  • Society for Oncology Massage
  • Society for Oncology Esthetics
  • National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
  • Board of Registered Nursing, CA