The Cancer Studies Research Group based at The Christie School of Oncology and Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute play a major role in allowing specialist registrars in clinical and medical oncology to fulfil the academic side of their training.
This programme is run as a 5-day lecture series and includes examination practice sessions. Monday to Wednesday will focus on molecular biology and immunotherapy, and Thursday and Friday will cover pharmacology and chemotherapy.
Low-to-Middle-Income Country (LMIC) course fees are offered at a 50% reduction. Countries eligible for LMIC reduced rate can be found on The World Bank website. Countries listed under the headings "Low-Income Economies" and Lower-Middle-Income Economies" will be considered.
If you are currently living in an LMIC, please email email@example.com attaching proof of employment from your current hospital/institute before booking and completing registration on Eventbrite.
The teaching is a Royal College Accredited training course designed for clinical and medical oncology specialist registrars (clinical pharmacology, chemotherapy and molecular biology).
The course covers FRCR part 1 examinations as part of the RCR syllabus.
- Pharmacology and drug toxicity
- Immunotherapy and vaccines
- Cancer genetics
- Clinical pharmacology
- High dose chemotherapy
- Exam practice sessions
- Chemotherapy principles and drug resistance
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