Networking Breaks

Survivorship SIG on May 28th, 7:30 – 8:30 PM (JST)

Who we are:
The IPOS Survivorship Special Interest Group (the Survivorship SIG) was created in June 2020 with the aims of providing a professional network for clinicians, researchers, and cancer survivors who have an interest in cancer survivorship (care), and promoting awareness of issues affecting cancer survivors, their family members, and caregivers. https://www.ipos-society.org/about/sigs

Purpose of the Survivorship SIG Networking Break:
We hope to facilitate conversations and networking opportunities for cancer survivorship practitioners, researchers, and other key stakeholders from different countries and cultural backgrounds across the world. We especially welcome those involved in cancer survivorship practice and research from low- and middle-income countries. We will particularly focus on content from the virtual World Congress. If you would like to join the Survivorship SIG please email IPOS Support support@ipos-society.org


IPOS Federation on May 28th, 9:00pm-9:30 PM (JST)

Who we are:
The IPOS Federation, established in 2008 (https://ipos-society.org/IPOS-Federation), consists of 30+ National psychosocial oncology associations from across the world.

Purpose of the Federation Networking Break:
We will facilitate a conversation around the results of the recent 2021 Federation member survey. Dr. Tom Hack (Canada) and Dr. Maria Die Trill (Spain) will lead the conversation. We welcome all Congress participants to join us.

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