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Your colleagues have achieved amazing side effects results. When it is possible for them, it is possible for you too.

  • Imagine having helped patients take control of their side effects so they were able to complete their life-saving or life-sustaining treatment as planned.
  • Imagine having saved time and resources by following a proven structure.
  • Imagine having endowed your patient’s life. Fewer side effects equal more quality of life.


You’ll feel so excited, powerful, and proud!


That and so much more are possible for you right now!

Some Success Stories

Marianne prevented patients from quitting their cancer treatment prematurely.

Prof. Olivia Pagani and her team are now prepared for the side effects of current and future medications to come.

Dr. Ferdinand Haslbauers side effects measures were 95% correctly performed, with tiny tweaks they became effective.

By applying the Ask-method, the nurses Bianca and Karin now are way more effective in improving their patients' quality of life.
Maarten is now prepared for the side effects to come.

Marianne Klinkhamer, MANP

Her Challenge: “I had already a lot of expertise, but was not experienced enough. I wanted to have the newest updates, to help my patients stay on treatment.”

Analysis: Marianne is already very experienced in excellent side effects care delivery. She only missed up-to-date side effects measures and a gentle reminder to apply the 6-step approach.

Her Result: “What gave me the most benefits in the daily practice is the very concrete side effects measurement skills and interventions that can be applied. I applied the newest knowledge Christine shared with us on my patients. With the given information, I could better finetune on the side effects treatment, and this way I could hold these patients on treatment. With the right care, you can prevent patients from quitting the therapy. That’s really very special!”

Marianne Klinkhamer, Clinical Nurse Specialist Oncology,

Tergooi Hospital, The Netherlands

Prof. dr. Olivia Pagani

Her Challenge: medical oncologists, breast and oncology nurses, pharmacists, and patient advocates in view of the implementation of an outpatient clinic on adverse event management at their Breast Cancer Unit

Analysis: The interdisciplinary team had already many effective measures in place. They were only not in tune with one another and therefore less effective than expected.

Her Result: “The interdisciplinary training Christine provided was very effective. She triggered participants to be actively involved. Her systematic adverse event and cancer medication approach is easy to apply in daily practice. After the training, she was available for online consultation, which allowed us to test what we learned and to continue to be updated. The method we learned can be easily applied for future medications to come. We will definitely continue to work with Christine."

Prof. Olivia Pagani, Medical Oncologist, Breast Unit and Institute of Oncology of Southern Switzerland, CSSI, Ospedale Regionale di Lugano, Italiano, Ospedale Regionale di Bellinzona e Valli, S. Giovanni

Ferdinand Haslbauer, MD

His Challenge: He did put a lot of effort into side effects management, but was not as effective as hoped. So he did send in his unsuccessful side effects results for review.

Analysis: It seemed that Dr. Haslbauer did about 95% of the side effects interventions correctly. His interventions only needed little tweaks to become effective.

His Result: “Early detection and immediate appropriately dosed treatment of immune-related reactions in cancer patients with checkpoint inhibitor therapy are crucial. Despite several existing guidelines on how to handle these adverse events, Christine´s HHES method (Hit Hard, Early & Short), emphasized correct dosing of different corticosteroids, their equivalence dosages, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, and the necessary duration of treatment. 

”Christine's recommendations were a real eye-opener!”

Ferdinand Haslbauer, MD, Medical Oncologist Salzkammergut Klinikum Vöcklabruck, Austria

Bianca Schedler & Karin Pennetzdorfer

Their Challenges: The low quality of life of their patients during treatment. They looked out for measures that can improve their patient’s quality of life.

Analysis: Bianca and Karin were looking for highly effective exploration questions.

Their Results: "We were most impressed by the way Christine communicates with her patients. Her ASK Method has become a fixed part of communications with our patients. Due to the insights, we significantly improved our work!"

DGKP Bianca Schedler & DGKP Karin Pennetzdorfer, Oncology, Salzkammergut Klinikum Vöcklabruck, Austria

Maarten van Elst, MANP

His Challenge: Maarten was switching from departments within the same institution. He wanted to be prepared with up-to-date measures for the side effects to come.

Analysis: Maarten’s side effects measures were outdated since he didn’t need to update them for the job performed. Since he was shifting from departments, he needed to have up-to-date side effects measures in place.

His Result: "In a short time span and effort I received the needed updates and a comprehensive overview of up-to-date side effects measures. What changed most for me by participating is applying the HHES-method with side effects: Act quick, hard, and short!"

Maarten van Elst, Clinical Nurse Specialist Urology UMC Utrecht Cancer Center, The Netherlands