Registration is open for Breast Cancer Trials 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). Up to 23 CPD Hours can be claimed
The theme for the 2022 ASM is breast cancer in young women, with a number of key presentations on this important topic.
The ASM will also host a number of internationally renowned guest speakers including key Breast Cancer Trials (BCT) researchers.
Delegates include leading Australian and New Zealand medical practitioners and clinicians, and clinical trials management personnel.
In addition to our yearly Trials Coordination Forum, New Concept Development Workshop and Scientific Sessions, this year’s ASM will introduce Abstracts, Debates among researchers on key breast cancer topics, and will also include: A Concept Development Workshop: An opportunity for researchers to present new research ideas, that can potentially move forward to a more formal stage of concept development with the support of BCT’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
A Free Trainee and Early-Career Day: Trainees in radiation oncology, medical oncology and surgical oncology are invited to participate in a free workshop on Saturday 30 July. This is a multi-disciplinary session, with both presentations and MDT panel discussions from leading Australian and International breast cancer experts, focusing on the management of early breast cancer with updates on the latest in evidence-based research.
This is a fantastic networking and professional development opportunity.
This is the premier event for breast cancer clinical trials research, and you don’t want to miss out.
We look forward to an in-person meeting, offering the opportunity for us all to re-connect in Melbourne, Victoria.