The UK Oncology Forum is a national, clinically focussed, MDT, pan-tumour meeting, headed up by a leading team of UK cancer experts.
This year the meeting will be run on a virtual platform 21st & 22nd October. The meeting will include updates and insights from ESMO.
The meeting is FREE, CME accredited and will deliver a first class programme packed with an international speaker faculty.
Here are just some of the amazing speakers secured for the meeting:
Professor Chris Sweeney – Harvard USA
Professor Katherine Van Loon – UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, SF USA
Professor Kim Margolin – St. John’s Cancer Institute, Santa Monica USA
Dr Stephanie Leureux – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto Canada
Professor Jean-Nicolas Vauthey MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston Texas USA
Professor Yelena Y. Janjigian ~ Memorial Kettering Sloan Cancer Centre USA
Dr Suzette Delaloge ~ Gustave Roussy France
Professor Piet Ost ~ Ghent University Belgium
Dr Antonello Brunello Istituto Oncologico Veneto Italy
The confirmed opening and closing keynote speakers are:
Professor Linda Bauld ~ Edinburgh
Professor Sam Janes ~ London
To view the programme please click: www.oncology-forum.co.uk/programme
The UKOF Faculty would be grateful if you could share this announcement with your colleagues, teams, networks and committees.
The Faculty are politely requesting that all delegates apply for study leave to attend. The Faculty want to give the programme the respect that it deserves. Cancer HCPs need to join the meeting on a live platform to gain the maximum benefit from this interactive, FREE, CME accredited meeting. Virtual platforms are best accessed from home and not Trust or university firewalls and systems (they can have tricky firewalls).
To register please go to:
https://oncology-forum.co.uk/register/ @Oncology-Forum #OF21
The UKOF Faculty want this meeting to be the biggest Virtual Live pan-tumour initiative of 2021!
The chairs and Faculty look forward to a worthwhile interactive and educational meeting that helps to get cancer back on the healthcare agenda.
All queries relating to the UKOF should be directed to Lisa Young [email protected]