We don't have a date for this course yet. Please contact UCL Frontiers of Oncology to register your interest.
This series of seven free one-day
meetings will update oncologists, GPs, nurses,
scientists and researchers on advances in the following specific sub specialties:
- women’s health
- lung cancer
- gastrointestinal oncology
- paediatric oncology
These events will introduce you to advances in the field which will directly affect your future clinics and laboratories.
The meetings will be held in London and feature presentations and discussions designed to help you enhance cancer care and understand the breakthroughs which will directly affect you and your patients.
There will be a number of notable external speakers at each meeting to compliment the UCL presentations.
The series has been created by the UCL Cancer Institute in association with colleagues at The Lancet and At the Limits medical education.
Who the series is for
The series is aimed at practicing oncologists, nurses, researchers and scientists.
You should be a healthcare professional or student to attend.
Dates and programme information
The meetings all consist of live face-to-face presentations followed by MDT sessions or Q&As.
Programme information for each event will be available on the Frontiers of Oncology website from Spring 2018.
CPD approval has been applied for. Filling in a post-event feedback questionable will enable the release of CPD certification, where available. (This will count for around four to five hours of CPD per event.)
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Professor Daniel Hochhauser
Daniel is Kathleen Ferrier Professor and Co-Director of the CRUK UCL Cancer Centre.
Professor Jonathan Ledermann
Jonathan is Professor of Medical Oncology and Director of the CRUK UCL Trials Centre, UCL Cancer Institute.
Professor Charles Swanton
Charles is Chair in Personalised Cancer Medicine at the UCL Cancer Institute.
Professor Martin Widschwendter
Martin is Professor of Women's Cancer and Head of the Department of Women's Cancer at UCL.
Previous participants have said:
"Well organised, interesting lectures."
"A good mix of speakers and a good balance of research/education."
"Well organised, excellent venue, good programme."
"Clear interesting presentations, logically ordered by theme."
"Emphasis on pertinent new developments by a range of experts in their field."
Course information last modified: 19 Oct 2017, 14:27