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Living within and beyond the Cancer Pathway

RCPE Manchester Symposium The University of Manchester

Date: Tuesday, 5 February 2019


Venue:

The Dalton Room, The University of Manchester Innovation Centre (UMIC), 46 Grafton Street Manchester, M13 9WU

Overview

‘Optimising the quality of life for patients living beyond Cancer’

More people are living beyond Cancer. This symposium will look at and address some of the challenges arising from the successful treatment of Cancer that have an impact on the quality of life of patients.

The day will be beneficial to all multidisciplinary professionals involved in Cancer care such as Oncologists, Cardiologists, Reproductive Gynaecologists, specialist nurses and medical specialists with an interest in bone disease.

Chairs: Professor John Radford, Professor of Medical Oncology and Director of Research, The  Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester.

Dr Cheryl Fitzgerald, Consultant Gyneaecologist, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester (morning session).

Dr Claire Higham, Consultant Endocrinologist, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester (afternoon session).

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Programme

09.30

Registration and Coffee

Session 1

Chair: Professor John Radford, Professor of Medical Oncology and Director of Research, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester

10.00

Welcome to RCPE Manchester and Overview by Chair  
Professor Peter Trainer, Head of RCPE Manchester
Professor John Radford, Professor of Medical Oncology and Director of Research, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester

10.10

Cardiology:

Speaker 1: TBC
Dr Alex Lyon, Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Speaker 2: TBC
Dr Peter Henrikson, Consultant Cardiologist, NHS Lothian, University of Edinburgh

Speaker 3: Panel/opportunities for research

11.10

Coffee/Tea

Session 2

Chair: Dr Cheryl Fitzgerald, Consultant Gynaecologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

11.40

Fertility

Speaker 1: Preservation of Fertility: What the Oncologist needs to know tbc?
Miss Lisa Webber, Consultant Gynaecologist, University College London Hospitals

Speaker 2: Late effects: more of a blue sky – what the future holds tbc ?
Professor Helen Picton, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Leeds 

Speaker 3: Panel/ opportunities for research 

12.30

Posters and lunch

Session 3

Chair: Dr Claire Higham, Consultant Endocrinologist, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester

13.30

Welcome back

13.35 

Bone

Speaker 1: TBC

Speaker 2: TBC 

Speaker 3: TBC  

14.35

Coffee/Tea

Session 4

Chair: Professor John Radford, Professor of Medical Oncology and Director of Research, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester

15.00

Technology: TBC

AI Models

BARD

AMOS

ADAPT

16.00

TBC

16.25

Summing up and close

 

 

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Fees

 

Fee

Registration fees

Standard fee

£145

RCPE Fellow

£85

RCPE Collegiate / Associate / Foundation Member

£85

Nurse / AHP / Pharmacist / Postgraduate student

£70

Retired FRCPE, including lunch

£20

Retired FRCPE, no lunch

£0

Medical student

£12

Long term / other leave – Fellows and Members, please contact the Event Co-ordinator as some discretion may be available.

Collegiate and Associate Members of the RCPE in clinical research posts may be eligible for funding - please contact the Event Co-ordinator for further information.

Further details can be obtained from the Event Co-ordinator.

Free places

Unpaid post – Nil, if confirmation of status provided – please contact the Event Co-ordinator.

Refugee doctors – free places are available to refugee doctors who are Associate Members of the College. Associate Membership for refugee doctors is available free of charge. Please visit our website for instructions on how to join, and then apply to the Event Co-ordinator for your free place.

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Further Info

The full programme for this event is currently being finalised and will be updated on this website shortly. If you require further information in the meantime, please contact the Events Co-ordinator.

CPD will be applied for this event.

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