2017 Cancer Survivorship Conference presentations

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Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology

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Pathways to Better Policy and Practice

DAY 1 - IMPLEMENTING QUALITY SURVIVORSHIP CARE  
   
Thursday 2 February 9:00am - 10:30am  
Quality survivorship care: Policy to support best practice
Survivorship in the UK – making change happen
Survivorship in the USA – making change happen
Survivorship in Australia– making change happen
Where are the Indigenous Cancer Survivors? 

Jane Maher
Catherine Alfano
Sanchia Aranda
David Copley
   
Thursday 2 February 11:00am - 12:30pm  
Implementing quality survivorship care
How will cancer survivors use survivorship care plans (SCPs)
The gap between theory and practice; uptake and quality of care plans and treatment summaries across survivorship care pilot sites in South Australia
Collaborating with Cancer Treatment Centres to deliver a cost-effective and sustainable model of program delivery for cancer survivors
Childhood cancer survivor and physician reported barriers to delivering survivorship care
Do experiences of care at the end of treatment influence the psychosocial wellbeing of Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs) with cancer?
A multi-site cancer survivorship clinical placement program for primary care practitioners (PCPs) 

Amanda Piper 
Bogda Koczwara

Lauren McClean

Christina Signorelli 
Gemma Skaczkowski

Georgina Wiley
   
Thursday 2 February 1:30pm - 2:30pm  
Survivorship and disparities
Measuring and reporting cancer and cancer management disparities in Australia
Closing the gap for indigenous cancer survivors
Issues for cancer survivors of non-English speaking backgrounds
Issues for regional and rural cancer survivors

David Roder
Kalinda Griffiths
Afaf Girgis
Kate Fennell
   
Thursday 2 February 2:30pm - 3:30pm  
Supporting healthy living in the growing population of cancer survivors - a multidisciplinary perspective
Population-level Approaches to Supporting Healthy Living in the Growing Population of Cancer Survivors
Supporting healthy living in the growing population of cancer survivors ‐ engaging policy and practice partners
The role of general practice


Catherine Alfano
Liz Eakin

Lyndal Trevena 
   
Thursday 2 February 4:00pm - 5:30pm  
Healing through the arts
Healing and the Arts: Framing a Dialogue
Emotional rescue
Surviving through music
Song writing as therapy
Trumpeting your success performance 

David Joske
Jane Maher 
Jenny Donovan 
David Joske 

 

DAY 2 - WHAT MATTERS  
   
Friday 3 February 9:00am -9:30am  
Ashleigh Moore Award Oration
“Cancer Statistics and the Power of One”

John Stubbs

   
Friday 3 February 9:30am - 10:30am  
Measuring what matters
Willingness of cancer survivors to complete patient reported outcomes (PRO) surveys: a pilot study at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer (FCIC), South Australia
Evaluation of the effectiveness of Supportive Care Screening in rural ambulatory cancer care at Echuca Regional Health
ACME – A Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) for Aboriginal people with experience of cancer
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: Determining impacts on cancer survivors 

Marion Eckert

Lynette Jeffreson 

Jasmine Micklem 
Eva Battaglini
   
Friday 3 February 11:00am - 12:30pm  
Survivorship when cancer cannot be cured
Internet support needs and preferences of women living with advanced breast cancer
‘How long is the piece of string?’ – How patients negotiate the uncertainties of a Neuroendocrine tumour diagnosis
How confident would you be? An analogue study of interpersonal and situational factors influencing caregiver self-efficacy in the context of advanced cancer
Panel discussion: What is the impact of definition of survivorship on how we implement it? 

Bogda Koczwara
David Wyld

Katriona Smith
   
Friday 3 February 1:30pm - 3:00pm  
What we do not talk about
Let’s talk about sex – a conversation with a Rekindle Study participant
Fertility preservation
Family matters: How cancer impacts parents, partners, offspring, and siblings?
The financial burden of cancer – an unspoken side effect of cancer

Haryana Dhillon 
Antoinette Anazodo 
John Friedsam
Bogda Koczwara 
   
Friday 3 February 3:30pm - 5:00pm  
You are not alone
Minding the Gap – Consumer led programmes can fill a much needed Cancer Related Lymphoedema management space
Peer support volunteers with advanced cancer: meeting unique needs on the survivorship continuum
Reflections on my experience as a survivor
Imerman Angels videolink
Panel discussion: How can we all support each other to make a lasting change? 


Monique Bareham

Fiona McRae
Courtney Oake

   
Friday 3 February 5:00pm  
Closing remarks, conference reflections, next steps  Bogda Koczwara

Cobook

Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology

Members have free online access.

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Cancerforum

Cancer Forum

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