ICCN 2021 Virtual Programme

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  • Day 1

    February 2, 2021

  • Day 2

    February 3, 2021

  • Day 3

    February 4, 2021

  • Day 4

    February 5, 2021

  • Speakers: Patsy Yates, Australia and Lena Sharp, Sweden

  • Speakers: Richard Sullivan, United Kingdom and Tess Moeke-Maxwell, New Zealand
    Title: Global Health Disparities
    Plenary Lecture

  • Speakers: Catherine Johnson, Australia, Rosario Cabellero, Panama and Myrna E. de Anderson McLaughlin, Mexico
    Title: ISNCC Cervical and Breast Cancer Prevention and Screening Train the Trainer Program
    Instructional Session

  • Speakers: Theresa Wiseman, United Kingdom and Patsy Yates, Australia

  • Speaker: Mikaela Olson, United States of America
    Title: Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs
    This session is supported by BD
    Virtual Industry Symposia

  • Title: Virtual Industry Symposia: Patient Focused Supportive Care in Renal and Hepatic Cancer - the Need for an Evidence Base
    Speakers: TBA
    This session is supported by the European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS)
    Virtual Industry Symposia

  • Speakers: Dame Jessica Corner, United Kingdom and Mary Wells, United Kingdom
    Plenary Lecture

  • Speakers: Linda Watson, Canada, Margaret Fitch, Canada, Christine Maheu, and Sarah Champ, Canada
    Title: Empowering Oncology Nurses Through Knowledge and Practice to Improve Transitions Post Treatment and Survivorship Care: Sharing A Learning Resource
    Instructional Session

  • Speakers: Stella Bialous, United States of America and Linda Sarna, United States of America
    Title: A Roadmap to International Collaboration: The Tobacco Free Nurses and ISNCC's Experience
    Instructional Session

  • Educational Symposium: Oncology
    This session is supported by an educational grant from Pfizer with support from Catalan Institute of Oncology (ICO)
    Educational Symposium

  • Speakers: Nancy Houlihan, United States of America, Terry McDonell, United States of America, Carla Andreia Vilanova Marques, Brazil, Eunice Suh, South Korea, Mark Foulkes, United Kingdom, and Naomi Otis, Ghana,
    Title: COVID-19 and Cancer: Lessons Learned and Silver Linings
    This session is supported by Oncology Nursing Society
    Plenary Lecture

  • Speakers: Deborah Boyle, United States of America and Mei Krishnasamy, Australia
    Title: Oncology Nurse Advocacy in Geriatric Oncology: Practice and Possibilities in Evidence-based Solutions
    Instructional Session

  • Speakers: Loyda Amor Cajucom, Philippines, Marlon Saria, United States of America, and Dan Louie Renz Tating, Philippines
    Title: Managing Caregiver Burden Among Caregivers of Patients With Low-Middle Income and High Income Economies: A Care Based Approach
    Instructional Session

  • Speakers: Linda Krebs, United States of America, Patsy Yates, Australia, Stella Bialous, United States of America, David Makumi, Kenya and Suzanne Oakley, Australia
    Closing Session