Collaboration in Cancer: an Interprofessional Student Symposium in Oncology

  • Hear from world-leading expert oncologists, nurse clinicians radiotherapy practitioners, surgical specialists and members of the wider multidisciplinary team.
  • Small group workshops and parallel sessions
  • Gain an insight into real patients and their overall journey

Aimed at all students from any healthcare specialty, with an interest in cancer.

Collaboration in Cancer: an Interprofessional Student Symposium in Oncology - Wednesday 22 June 2022 

Time

Session

09.40

Registration

09.50

Welcome and introductions

10.00

Interview with a breast cancer patient (early stages)

10.15

Breakout rooms:
Maxine Cumbo – physiotherapist, The Christie
Sheena Chauhan – radiographer, The Christie
TBC, clinical oncologist
Stephanie Ridgway – clinical nurse specialist, The Christie
Dan Anderson – consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist, The Christie

11.35 – Comfort break

Time

Session

11:40

Abstract presentations

12.00 - Lunch

Time

Session

12.45

Recap and review

12:50

Interview with a breast cancer patient (late stages)

13:05

Breakout rooms:
Sharon Foy – palliative nurse, The Christie
Robin Muir – psychologist, Maggie’s
Tracey Coleby – palliative nurse, The Christie
Fiona Britton – medical oncology registrar, The Christie

14.25 – Comfort break

Time

Session

14.30

Keynote speaker – Dr Anadadas, proton beam therapy, The Christie

15.00

 Final remarks, announcement of presentation winner, feedback and close of day

Guidance for abstract submissions on the subject of oncology 

Abstracts on any cancer-related topic will be considered for poster presentation.

Abstracts should be saved as a Word document with your full name and event as the name of the document e.g. ‘John Smith Collab in Cancer Abstract’ and emailed to the-christie.educationevents@nhs.net by 5pm on Friday 13 May 2022 with the cover submission form attached.

  • All abstract submissions must pre-register to attend the symposium and indicate on the application form that they are interested in submitting an abstract.
  • Please refer to the below submission form template when completing your abstract (250 words max).
  • Upon submission, all successful abstracts will be contacted and asked to submit an A4 PDF poster. You may also be selected for a brief oral presentation, if you would not be happy to give an oral presentation please highlight this on the submission form.
  • Certificates will be awarded to the top 3 posters and the winners will be announced live at the symposium. 

Any further questions please contact the-christie.eduationevents@nhs.net or 0161 918 7409

Abstract submission

This form should be copied and saved as a Word document with your full name as the title of the document (e.g. ‘John Smith OncoGeriatric Abstract) and submitted to the-christie.educationevents@nhs.net by Friday 13 May 2022. 

Title:

Authors: 

I will NOT be able to give an oral presentation for my abstract                                

Presenting author

First name:

Last name:

Affiliation:

Email:

Telephone number:

 

First name

Last name

Affiliation (i.e. what institute they are based at)

First author

 

 

 

 

Second author

 

 

 

 

Third author

 

 

 

 

Fourth author

 

 

 

 

Fifth author

 

 

 

 

Abstract (250 words max.) 

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Last updated: April 2022