Responsive image 21st S.I.S. World Congress on Breast Cancer and Breast Healthcare - Senology Topics


GRAND ROUND BREAST CANCER

GLOBAL QUALITY CARE

To promote the discussions about quality and high value breast cancer care within resource limitations webinars will be organized in close collaboration with e-cancer. Controversies, real live challenges and the application of the existing knowledge for all will be a main issue.
Starting from november 2022, 4 times a year, freely available, with possibility to interact during the live sessions, using the chat function.
The webinars will be stored on the website of e-cancer . Registration is recommended mentioning: name-profession-country

20-25‘ : main speaker (pre-recorded)
5-10 ‘ : discussant (live - short )
15’ : discussion (live - with chat function )

First webinar : Friday 18/11/2022
Pankaj Roy, breast surgeon, Oxford,UK / Sarantou Terry, breast surgeon, US (TBC ) “Quality management in breast surgery : from breast conservation to breast reconstruction” Dates in 2023 : Friday 17/3 - 16/6 - 29/9 - 24/11/2023

Time: 12.00 pm UK Time/13.00 pm Paris Time/7.00 am NY Time /20.00 am Tokio Time

Topics will cover: Breast cancer burden, early diagnosis, health care expense, quality management, breast cancer research, value-quotient, health experience, patient voice, telemedicine, role of governments,……………………………………………………………………………..

Chairs: Pankaj Roy, University of Oxford and Didier Verhoeven, University of Antwerp
Editorial Board: Claudia Allemani, London / Eduardo Cazap, Buenos Aires Helena Earl,Cambridge / Nirmala Bhoo-Pathy, Kuala Lumpur /Hans Junkermann, Heidelberg /Nwamaka Lasebikan, Nigeria/ Seigo Nakamura, Tokio/ Clifford Rhayns, Las Vegas / Sabine Siesling, Twente /Luzia Travado, Lisbon/ Lee Tucker, Virginia / Vahit Ozmen, Istambul

Wild Landscape Please send your suggestions to pankaj.roy@ouh.nhs.uk or didier.verhoeven@KLINA.be

TOPICS TO BE CONSIDERED :

Breast cancer research in LMIC : How can we do better ? (Nwamaka Lasebikan, TBC )
Breast cancer care experience . The use of PROM’s and PREM’s ( S.Siesling , TBC )
Early diagnosis in LMIC : From awareness to screening
Mammography screening in Turkey (LMIC) : Feasibility and cost-effectivity ( V.Ozmen, Turkey, TBC )
Genetical screening for breast cancer for all ? ( M.Schnmidt , TBC )
Patient advocacy groups : opportunities and pitfalls ( Lopamudra Das Roy , TBC )
To locally adopt or adapt clinical guidelines ( Nirmala Boo Pathy , TBC )
Are all essential breast cancer medicines created equally ? ( C.Booth, TBC )
Westernization of women’s breast cancer risk : real or fake ?
Opportunities and pitfalls of telemedicine
Tackling the shortage of the workforce of doctors and nurses : wat can we do ?
Role of the primary care : what can we expect in a global perspective
Medico-legal aspects : blessing or curse ?
Value quotient breast care delivery : Is it affordable ? ( L.Tucker, TBC )
Developing and managing a breast integrated practice unit
Global breast cancer burden : tackling the data. ( C.Allemani , TBC )
Defining overdiagnosis and overtreatment : choosing wisely