"Revolutionizing Cancer Education Globally Through Technology Across Generations"
Hosted by the American Association for Cancer Education, the Cancer Patient Education Network, and the European Association for Cancer Education, this conference will bring together experts with a global perspective to share best practices in cancer care including: education, prevention, research, treatment, survivorship and palliative care, special populations, and health disparities, with a focus on harnessing technology to improve outcomes at every point along the cancer care continuum. The meeting is designed to support cancer educators to learn best practices for cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Our overarching goal is to increase positive outcomes for cancer patients/survivors and their families.
The 2019 conference plans to draw more than 250 oncologists, primary care physicians, surgeons, radiologists, cancer experts (government and association), researchers, nurses, dentists, geneticists, epidemiologists, behavioral scientists, pharmacists, pharmacologists, health educators, librarians, social workers, allied and public health professionals, students, and patient advocacy groups from the world's medical centers, cancer care organizations, and academic institutions responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating cancer education curricula, research, and programs. This is a unique opportunity to reach key decision makers in the field of cancer education and research.
Learn more and register at http://2019.attendicec.org.
Questions? Contact Jen Alluisi.