Significant Events

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2013

Inaugural meeting of the COSA Board (July)

2012

COSA membership votes at the AGM to change the organisations governance structure and become a Company Limited by Gaurantee

2011

COSA receives funding from Cancer Australia to develop a consumer-training program to enhance consumer engagement in clinical cancer research

2010

First COSA ACT & NSW Oncology Weekend (ACTNOW) clinical meeting

2010

First COSA cancer care coordination conference

2008

First COSA workshop on cancer in adolescents and young adults

2007

COSA survey on the prevalence and predictors of burnout in the COSA oncology workforce

2006

COSA report mapping rural and regional oncology services in Australia published

2005

COSA and the Cancer Cooperative Trials Groups awarded an NHMRC Enabling Grant

2003

COSA report on optimising cancer care in Australia published

1980

First issue of the COSA newsletter, the Marryalyan

1974

Cancer Forum first published by COSA and ACS

1972

First COSA annual general meeting

1971

The Division of Clinical Oncology becomes independent from the ACS and adopts the name Clinical Oncological Society of Australia (COSA)

1970

ACS forms a Division of Clinical Oncology incorporating a Head and Neck Group and a Breast Group

1964

Multidisciplinary cancer clinics established in Sydney and Melbourne

1961

Establishment of the Australian Cancer Society (ACS), now Cancer Council Australia

Cobook

Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology

Members have free online access.

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Cancerforum

Cancer Forum

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