UK Imaging and Oncology Congress 2021

7 to 25 June 2021 | Online

The largest multidisciplinary imaging and oncology conference in the UK. This year’s theme is Connect and Transform, recognising that as healthcare, industry, technology and patients move towards the new normal there are challenges to be met together, opportunities to be taken, and new ways of coming together.

Breast Cancer Now will be presenting their work 'Humanising healthcare: positive collaboration between universities and healthcare charities' at the congress. The programme offers more 100 hours of education and CPD and all sessions will be available to watch live or in the on demand library until March 2022. 

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Non Medical Prescribing in Cancer Care

8 June 2021 | Virtual conference

This conference focuses on non-medical prescribing in cancer care. Through national updates and practical case studies the conference will demonstrate how the effective use of non-medical prescribing in cancer care can improve patient care, experience and outcomes. 

Case study sessions will demonstrate how prescribing practice can be improve care for people with cancer and will focus on maintaining and demonstrating prescribing competence, prescribing for pain management,  chemotherapy prescribing, immunotherapy induced side effects and how to manage them,  prescribing for co-morbidity and the importance of holistic assessment, prescribing for symptom control, and prescribing in end life care including controlled drugs.

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Breast Cancer Now webinar: secondary breast cancer, what's new?

10 June 2021 | Online webinar

The second instalment of our new webinar series is taking place on 10 June at 7pm. Catherine Priestley, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Now, and Claire Ryan, Macmillan Nurse Consultant at Kent Oncology Centre, are going to be talking about ‘Secondary breast cancer, what's new?’.  

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Cancer Survivorship Summit: Improving Outcomes for People Living with and Beyond Cancer

24 June 2021 | Virtual course

This National Conference takes a practical approach to improving practice and outcomes for those living with and beyond cancer, moving from surviving to thriving. Through national updates and practical case studies the conference aims to support you to deliver on the above priorities outlined by NHS England and develop effective personalised support and services. The conference will also reflect on the impact of Covid-19 on Cancer Survivorship services and explore how we meet the unmet needs of people living with and beyond cancer.

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Breast Surgery as Day Surgery

7 September 2021 | Virtual conference

A joint HCUK & BADS CPD Conference. Attendance at this conference, which has been produced by the British Association of Day Surgery, will enable delegates to develop a day case management pathway for breast surgery and potentially improve trust management of breast surgical demand and capacity. The basic elements of a day surgery pathway will be presented including the evaluation of the quality of care provided.

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The Christie School of Oncology: Breast Cancer Education Day

5 October 2021 | Virtual event

A virtual event covering important topics in all areas of the breast pathway to help breast multidisciplinary teams get up-to-date after (or in spite of) the COVID pandemic. Suitable for all members of the breast multidisciplinary team including doctors, specialist nurses, allied health professionals, and researchers. 

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Royal Marsden Breast Cancer Meeting

8 October 2021 | Virtual conference

This conference aims to provide an update on what is challenging and controversial in the management of patients with breast cancer, and this year will focus on 3D surface breast imaging, management of oligo-metastases, with updates on optimal cancer genetics testing and recent developments in medical oncology treatments. It will also have a special session on geriatric assessment and what that can mean for improving breast cancer services. The meeting is open to all professionals who are involved in looking after women with breast cancer, including clinicians and senior nurses.  

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