Events Archive

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Thu, 07/03/2013 - 08:00 to Fri, 08/03/2013 - 17:00
The 13th International Meeting on Psychosocial Aspects of Hereditary Cancer will cover topics including genomic testing in the context of cancer genetics, psycho-educational interventions, cultural aspects of hereditary cancers, mindfulness-based interventions, hereditary melanoma, prevention and treatment of hereditary cancers, medical updates on hereditary breast/ovarian cancer, HNPCC, FAP and other hereditary cancer syndromes. Find out more
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Fri, 08/03/2013 - 09:00 to 16:00
Professor John Ovretveit will lead a one day workshop to develop our understanding of Implementation Science and research skills for implementation research. Find out more
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Mon, 04/03/2013 - 11:00 to 12:00
Join Professor Jim Dickson, Department of Family Medicine at the University of Calgary, for his presentation: "When should we start and stop cervical screening? Evidence from Canada". Find out more
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Fri, 01/03/2013 - 11:30 to 13:30
Prof Warren Mason - inaugural Medical Director of The Gerry & Nancy Pencer Brain Tumor Centre in Toronto, Canada. Find out more
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Thu, 28/02/2013 - 08:00 to 09:00
Join us for the first monthly Nelune Cancer Grand Rounds of 2013, presented by Allied Health. Topics include the ‘The assessment of function in advanced cancer with breathlessness as a limiting factor’ and ‘Swallowing Functional Outcomes of radiotherapy +/- chemotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer’. Find out more
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Thu, 21/02/2013 - 18:30 to 20:30


The “Primary Care & Cancer” event is a lively and interactive educational session for General Practitioners, focusing on Cancer within the primary care setting. It’s an opportunity to identify current issues in communication between primary and secondary care, integration of services and strategies for addressing these issues.


SPEAKERS: Professor David Weller & Professor Robyn Ward (POWH)

Plus, case studies by:

• A/Prof Craig Lewis & Dr Colin Chen on the Follow up of breast & prostate cancers.

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