Monday 20 November 2023 - hybrid
An educational programme, providing insight into gynaecological cancers, including ovarian, endometrial and cervical disease groups.
The program will cover the patient pathway and innovative treatment options available to our patients. The day will provide delegates the opportunity to network.
All qualified health professionals involved in the care of people with breast cancer, or anyone with a special interest in this patient group.
An exciting and varied programme delivered by experts in the field, covering topics ranging from the aetiology and management of endocrine side effects, impact on sexual health and function, and the information around use of HRT in this patient population. There will be a mixture of presentations and interactive discussion.
|09:40||Surgery—Management of ovarian and fallopian tube cancer patients
CRS/HIPEC—Cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy
Dr Eva Myriokefalitaki, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
|10:30||How can we reduce the postcode lottery in advanced ovarian cancer? Prof Richard Edmundson, Manchester Foundation Trust|
11:00 - break
|11:20||Nurse-led SWAN clinic
Helen Savage, Macmillan Gynaecology CNS, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
|11:40||Psychosexual medicine and therapy service
Dr Josie Butcher, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Trust
Sophie Maycock, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Laura Flanagan, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Victoria Corkhill, Manchester Foundation Trust/North Manchester General Hospital
13:10 - lunch
|13:50||ICON8B - Evaluating weekly dose dense chemotherapy and bevacizumab in the first line treatment of advanced ovarian cancer. Results of the Primary survival analysis
Dr Andrew Clamp, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
|14:20||Introduction to the nurse-led maintenance therapy service for patients with ovarian cancer
Clare Donaldson, Nurse practitioner, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
|14:50||Immunotherapy for cervical cancer
Dr Lisa Barraclough, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
15:10 - break
|15:30||Endometrial cancer and lynch syndrome
Prof Emma Crosby, Manchester Foundation Trust
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