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Cancer Genetics in Conjunction with UKONS
The Education and Conference Centre
The Education and Conference Centre, Stewart’s Grove, SW3 6JJ
Stewart’s Grove, London
This study day, organised in association with UKONS (the UK Oncology Nursing Society) will provide an updated overview of the impact of genetic assessment in the care of cancer patients and their relatives. Participants can expect to gain new insight into the patient experience of the genetic care pathway, and will be able to take part in practical case examples allowing them to apply their learning.

This study day is for oncology nurses and clinical nurse specialists in breast, gynaecological, urology and bowel cancers, and allied health professionals.


Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, June 20, 2011
09:00:00 Registration and tea coffee
09:30:00 Opening Remarks Cheryl Vidall
09:45:00 Cancer Genetics—What do we do and how is Practice Changing? Susan Shanley
10:15:00 Breast and Ovarian Cancer families - Developments in Assessing and Managing Risk Helen Hanson
10:45:00 Coffee Break
11:15:00 Developments in Breast Prophylactic Surgery for Women at high Risk Gerald Gui
11:45:00 Bowel Cancer - Familial Risk and Implications for Management Astrid Stormorken
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Urological Cancers - When and why does Family History Matter?
14:00:00 Rare Cancer Syndromes Kate Tatton-Brown
14:30:00 Tea Break
15:00:00 A Patient’s Perspective on Cancer Genetics
15:45:00 Challenging Case Studies - A Learning Perspective
16:45:00 Close
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