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Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group

ANZCHOG’S 2021 VIRTUAL ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

Wednesday 23rd of June – Friday 25th of June 2021

The Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG) Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 2021 is being held virtually from 23rd June to 25th June 2021.

The ANZCHOG 2021 ASM will bring together national and international experts in paediatric oncology and haematology over three days for world-class presentations on the most relevant challenges and advances in this field. 

Delegates network with a range of health professionals and researchers in paediatric oncology and will be offered key strategies for handling clinical and ethical decision-making challenges as well as introductions to new technologies that will help them with relapsed disease, difficult-to-treat cancers, and end-of-life care.

If you’re looking to connect with top leaders in paediatric oncology; share and discuss solutions for challenges facing the industry and engage in numerous networking opportunities with paediatric oncology health professionals, industry thought leaders and innovators – don’t miss ANZCHOG 2021. 

Registration is now open. Be sure to register before the 28 April 2021 to take advantage of the early bird discount.

To register: Click Here

This year’s theme is: “Clinical decision-making in a time of precision, hope and uncertainty.”

This broad theme will encompass the increasingly complex decision-making needed as precision medicine and advanced genomics/epigenomics expands at a breath-taking pace, and our need to be mindful of the hope and uncertainty this creates for families and clinicians. It includes challenging clinical and ethical decision-making related to relapsed disease, difficult-to-treat cancers, and end-of-life care.

The theme embraces the breadth of clinical decision-making across medical, nursing, psychosocial and allied health staff and the contributions families make in shared decision-making processes.

ASM sessions will include precision medicine; survivorship; palliative care; ethics and drug access and cancer treatment in developing countries.

Call for abstracts are now open

All abstract submissions must be received electronically through the online submission portal.

Abstract template: Click here

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