SOS Programme 2019

SCOTTISH ONCOLOGY SUMMIT 2019 – NOVEMBER 2019

Scottish Oncology Summit 2019 Programme

Friday 1st November
0930h – 1040hSatellite symposia:

Dr Beth Lambourne: Consultant Medical Oncologist, The Northern Centre for Cancer Care
Impact of IO therapy on service delivery
Reducing time to treatment initiation
Sponsored by BMS

Jean Walker: Myeloproliferative Clinical Nurse Specialist, NHS Fife
Laura Miller: Development Manager, Laboratory Genetics, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Designing new models of care through joint working
Sponsored by Novartis

Steve Laws
Introducing Noona - connecting patients with their carers to better manage patient symptoms and improve treatment outcomes
Sponsored by Varian

1045h - 1200hSatellite symposia:

Dr Tony Talbot: Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Royal Cornwall Hospitals
Immunotherapies in lung cancer
The Role of Immunotherapy-Chemotherapy combinations in untreated, metastatic NSCLC
Sponsored by MSD

Chair: Dr Janet Graham: Beatson West of Scotland Cance Centre, Glasgow
Speakers: Prof. Richard Adams: Consolutant Oncologist, Cardiff University and Velindre Cance Centre Cardiff
Dr Amy Case: Specialist Registrar, Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff

Advancing the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer: An Update from ESMO and World GI 2019 Sponsored by Amgen

The Oncotype DX Breast Recurrence Score® test - What is the best evidence and impact on the breast cancer pathway
Sponsored by Genomic Health

1200h – 1245hLunch
Exhibition
Poster viewing
1245h – 1300hProfessor Marianne Nicolson: Faculty Chair
Opening Remarks
1300h – 1330hProfessor Sir Kenneth Calman: Chancellor, University of Glasgow
Keynote Address
Looking Forward, Looking Back
1330h – 1400hProfessor Russell Petty: Chair of Medical Oncology, University of Dundee
Mad, bad and dangerous to know... life as a gastro-oesophageal oncologist
1400h – 1430hDr Fiona Nussey: Consultant Medical Oncologist, Edinburgh Cancer Centre

Dr Maria Sakala: Associate Specialist, Edinburgh Cancer Centre


New drugs in ovarian cancer - getting them embedded in day to day practice
1430h – 1500hProfessor David Cameron: Chair of Medical Oncology, University of Edinburgh
Breast update
1500h - 1530hTea
Exhibition
Poster viewing
1530h – 1600hProfessor Richard Sullivan: Professor of Cancer Policy & Global Health, Kings College London
Global Challenges in Cancer Control
1600h – 1630hFiona Taylor: Senior Charge Nurse, Edinburgh Cancer Centre

Mary Raphael: Breast Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist, Edinburgh Cancer Centre


The Edinburgh Malawi Cancer Partnership - A nursing perspective on Global Oncology
1630h – 1700hDr Hamish Porter: Honorary Fellow, College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh and Medical Radiation Physics Consultancy
Is Global Radiotherapy possible? If it is, why are we not doing it?
1700h – 1730hProfessor Aileen Keel: Director - Innovative Healthcare Delivery Programme, The Farr Institute Scotland, University of Edinburgh

Mr Richard Hunter: Information Consultant, Information Statistics Division, National Services Scotland


SCRIS - a new Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service for Scotland
1730h – 1800h Lorraine Dallas: Director of Prevention, Information & Support, Roy Castle Foundation
Changing perspectives on lung cancer, time for optimism?
1800h – 1900hSatellite Symposium

Dr David Dodds: Chief of Medicines, Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Local versus central delivery of SACT: squaring the circle
Sponsored by Roche Pharmaceuticals Ltd
1930hDrinks Reception
2000hConference Dinner

Saturday 2nd November
0900h – 1000hDr Brian Montgomery: Former Medical Director NHS Fife

Dr Alison Jones: Consultant Medical Oncologist, University College Hospital


Debate
Manager v Clinicians - Do we have enough or too many?
1000h – 1045hJohn McPhelim - Lung cancer CNS, NHS Lanarkshire

John Milne: Oncology Pharmacist, NHS Lanarkshire

Heather McVicars: Lead Research Nurse, NHS Lothian


Implications of immunotherapy
1045h – 1115hProfessor Rob Jones: Professor of Clinical Cancer Research, University of Glasgow/Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Should the tail wag the dog? Immunotherapy in urological cancer
1130h – 1200hCoffee & Exhibition
1200h – 1230hProfessor Andrew Biankin: Regius Professor of Surgery & Director of Translational Research Centre, University of Glasgow
Precision Oncology
1230h – 1300hDr Ionna Fragkandrea-Nixon: Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Beastson West of Scotland Cancer Centre / Visiting Professor, Strathclyde University, NMCM Sarcoma Lead
What matters to me: why compassion in health care is everyone's business
1300h – 1330hAndrew Crummy: Artist & cancer survivor
Cancer Tapestry: telling cancer stories, stich by stich
1330h – 1345hProfessor Marianne Nicolson: Faculty Chair
Best Poster Presentations
Professor Marianne Nicolson: Faculty Chair
Closing Remarks

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