To see all protocols that comply with the WHO Essential Medicine List 

 Related eLearning: Day of Treatment Assessment

The Day of Treatment (DOT) assessment tool is designed to help health professionals evaluate and grade toxicities their patient may be experiencing on the day they are receiving anti-cancer treatment.

Learn how to implement and use the DOT toll and log sheet in your facility by watching the available training videos.

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03 Dec 2022