Royal Marsden Conferences and Study Days 2017
The Royal Marsden Head and Neck Study (5 Free places for BAUN Members)
Monday 23rd January 2017
Paediatric Neuro-Oncology Study (5 Free places for BAUN Members)
Monday 13th February 2017
The Royal Marsden Imaging Group Study Day: (5 Free places for BAUN Members)
Saturday 18th March 2017
A User-Guide to Cancer Immunotherapy Conference (3 Free places for BAUN members)
Wednesday 19th April 2017
Pain Study Day: Persistent Pain Following Breast Cancer (3 Free places for BAUN members)
Friday 28th April 2017
Menopause and Cancer
Wednesday 21st June 2017
Integrating Inherited Cancer syndromes into Cancer Care
Wednesday 6th September 2017
A beginner’s guide to cancer immunotherapy - Half Day Course
Thursday 28th September 2017
The 10th Annual Royal Marsden Breast Cancer Meeting: Hot Topics in Breast Cancer
Friday 6th October 2017
The Royal Marsden Kidney and Prostate Cancer Conference
Friday 13th October 2017
The Royal Marsden Gynaecological Cancer Study Day
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Molecular mechanisms of targeted treatments for solid tumours
Monday 4th December 2017
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18th International EAUN Meeting
18th International EAUN Meeting
London, United Kingdom
25-27 March 2017
The meeting presents the latest in science and education in various formats to suit the needs of all participants including challenging state-of-the art lectures, a fascinating video abstract surgery session, thematic sessions and practice-oriented courses. Check out the Scientific Programme
There are 4 ways to present your work in London:
Deadline: 1 December 2016
Registration online for the early fee until 16 January 2017
See you at EAUN17 in London!
A New Strategy for Cancer Services
Improving Care, Choice and Outcomes
Tuesday 17th January 2017
With someone in England being told they have cancer every two minutes, and with half of people born since 1960 being diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime, cancer services are under ever increasing pressure to deliver better services and outcomes. Despite the fact that more than half of people receiving a cancer diagnosis will now live ten years or more, something which suggests significant improvements, there remain definite barriers to be overcome.
In a recent report, the Independent Cancer Taskforce estimated that 30,000 lives can be saved each year by 2020 through earlier diagnosis and better treatment and care.
The report provided six strategic priorities to transform cancer services: spearhead a radical upgrade in prevention and public health;drive a national ambition to achieve earlier diagnosis; establish patient experience on par with clinical effectiveness and safety; transform our approach to support people living with and beyond cancer; make the necessary investments required to deliver a modern, high-quality service and ensure commissioning, provision and accountability processes are fit-for-purpose.
As part of the next steps in taking the strategy forward, Cancer Alliances, led by the Royal Marsden, the Christie, and University College London Hospitals, will be established in September this year. These Alliances will “test models that introduce more formal accountability for whole-pathway and whole population service planning and provision.” Alongside the creation of an integrated cancer dashboard designed to bring together data from across patient pathways into one, simple-to-use portal, these developments mark the next phase of implementation of this strategy.
Almost eighteen months on from the launch of Achieving World-Class Cancer Outcomes: A Strategy for England 2015-2020 and as implementation begins in earnest, this timely symposium offers an invaluable opportunity for NHS practitioners, local authorities, health visitors, voluntary organisations and other key stakeholders to assess the progress made in transforming cancer services to improve survival rates, match the highest standards in Europe and examine how to eradicate inequality in cancer care.
- Assess current progress on implementation of the National Strategy and examine its impact to date
- Gain insights from Cancer Alliances and vanguard sites into the main issues associated with implementation of the strategy
- Understand how to utilise information and digital technologies to improve patient care
- Develop strategies to reduce variability of cancer services across the country
- Hear from experts on the issues and challenges facing cancer services and share best practice with colleagues on improving service delivery and outcomes
- Examine ways to work in partnership with organisations across the NHS, local and central government to deliver better outcomes
- Debate how health professionals can be better supported and patients be more empowered to improve safety, quality and choice
- Look towards the future in considering the next steps for cancer services across England
I am pleased to advise you that we offer a 20% early registration discount off the standard delegate rates for all bookings received by 9th December 2016. For further details about the symposium, please refer to the enclosed event brochure. Do feel free to circulate this information to relevant colleagues within your organisation.
In the meantime, to ensure your organisation is represented, please book online or complete and return the attached registration form at your earliest convenience in order to secure your delegate place(s).
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International Continence Society (ICS) 2017, Florence, Italy: “Leading Continence Research and Education”
International Continence Society (ICS) 2017, Florence, Italy
“Leading Continence Research and Education”
12th-15th September 2017
Call for abstracts 01 March – 01 April 2017
After 14 years the ICS annual meeting is returning to Italy, and once again the ICS will be in Florence!
We are excited to host the most renowned international experts in the research and the treatment of pelvic organs and pelvic floor dysfunctions, with particular regard to incontinence. The meeting is multidisciplinary, bringing together all the professionals working in the field: nurses, midwives, urologists, gynaecologists, neurologists, physiotherapists, and basic scientists.
The 2017 Scientific Committee is planning sessions on the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of incontinence and other dysfunctions of the pelvic organs and of the pelvic floor. Rehabilitation, medical and surgical treatments will be discussed as well as basic and translational research. The role of new technologies will also be explored. Specialised nursing sessions are also prepared.
The convention centre, Fortezza da Basso, has been recently renovated and is now one of the most modern and comfortable congress venues in Italy. The Fortezza is located within walking distance from the heart of the beautiful art city of Florence where you can lose yourself in the ancient Florentine streets full of arts, handicrafts, fashion and wonderful local cuisine! Take a trip among the colour and flavours of Italian history and tradition. The Mediterranean and Tuscan atmosphere will accompany the discovery of such unexpected beauties that only a city such as Florence can offer.
Florence has always been the centre of cultural exchanges; we believe it is the perfect city to host the ICS meeting!
We look forward to meeting you in Florence in September 2017!
Delegate registration is now open for ACA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017
Following a hugely successful conference in Edinburgh, we are delighted to announce that ACA Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held on the 22nd and 23rd May 2017 at the Belfast Waterfront in Northern Ireland.
The theme of this year's programme is Continence Without Borders. There will also be an extensive exhibition which will feature over 50 companies offering new innovative products and practical solutions.
For more information and to register visit http://www.aca.uk.com/education/aca-conference/conference2017home/
Have you ever thought about submitting an abstract for a free paper or poster presentation? By presenting your information at conference you are helping to educate and inspire others in your field of expertise and you could potentially win up to £250!
Abstract Submission Deadline: Friday 21st April 2017
Back by popular demand, the Paediatric Workshop will take place on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 at Belfast Waterfront. This workshop is aimed at a large cohort of school nurses and staff working with young people, and will be discussing toilet training, autism, paediatric urology, and constipation in children. This workshop will be of particular interest for those of you living and working in Northern Ireland so please encourage your paediatric colleagues to attend.
The cost to attend this workshop is £40 and includes access to the large exhibition.
For more information and to register visit http://www.aca.uk.com/education/aca-conference/conference2017home/paediatric-continence-workshop/#.WE_XfLKLSM8