Patient Seminar 2017: Program
The 2017 program featured a wide range of topics, including the latest updates on HPV Vaccination & Screening and New Treatment Options in Ovarian Cancer as well as key issues on Clinical Trials, Development of a New Drug/ New Treatment and Management of Survivorship.
The new format of roundtable discussions with leading experts on What is New in Gynaecological Cancer? and Let the Expert NGOs Speak, stimulated the interaction between patient advocacy representatives and the experts.
Special sessions on the late effects of treatment and the collaboration between Patient Advocacy Groups and ESGO were presented on the second day of the program.
Explore the presentations below of the 2-days Patient Seminar Program, or download your copy of the Patient Seminar Report.
TRACK SESSIONS 1 :
Chairs: Cristiana Sessa, Switzerland and Birthe Lemley, Denmark
What Is a Clinical Trial? Development of a New Drug/ New Treatment
Cristiana Sessa (Switzerland) Birthe Lemley (Denmark)
Management of Survivorship, Role of Repeated Controls and Rehabilitation
Heidi Donovan (USA)
HPV Vaccination & Screening: What is it, Why it is important Health professionals voice, NGO’s voice, patient’s voice
Cervical Cancer Screening with HPV DNA: Up to Date Info From Europe
Murat Gultekin (Turkey)
HPV Vaccination and Future of Cervical Cancer in Europe
Xavier Bosch (Spain)
Why we can? Why we cannot? ENGAGe Perspective
Maude Anderssen (Sweden)
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TRACK SESSIONS 2 :
Chairs: Chairs: Denis Querleu (France) and Esra Urkmez (USA)
How Can The Patient Evaluate Quality of Care? ENGAGE Perspective
Denis Querleu (France) Birthe Lemley (Denmark)
New Treatment Options in Ovarian Cancer
Mansoor Mirza (Denmark)
TRACK SESSIONS Session 3:
Chairs: Chairs: Dina Kurdiani (Georgia), Ildikó Nagy-Tóth (Hungary)
Late Effects of Treatment Including Lympaedema
Elisabeth Aval-Lundqvist (Sweden) Dina Kurdiani (Georgia)
Alina Sturdza (Austria)
Jalid Sehouli (Germany)
Elisabeth Aval-Lundqvist (Sweden)
Maria Papageorgiou (Greece)