2023 Cancer Innovations Conference
The Cancer Institute NSW is pleased to once again host the Cancer Innovations Conference 2023. Register now to secure your seat at the Cancer Innovations Conference 2023, hosted by Professor Tracey O'Brien, Chief Cancer Officer and Chief Executive, Cancer Institute NSW.
The Conference is back after a three-year break and will showcase a program centred on equity. We’re fostering conversations about improving access, coordination of care and outcomes for people with cancer.
Hosted by Professor Tracey O’Brien, the newly appointed NSW Chief Cancer Officer and Chief Executive of the Cancer Institute NSW, this informative event will provide health professionals, policy makers and system planners from across the cancer care continuum an opportunity to test thinking and explore new approaches to the complex problems facing the NSW cancer system.
Discussions will engage those interested in innovation in cancer care and will explore how to successfully embed equity into healthcare planning and delivery. The big challenges facing high-quality cancer care will be discussed, as well as how the health system and services can better support Aboriginal and priority populations to receive improved access to healthcare and outcomes.
Places are limited so register now to secure your spot!
Participants will come away feeling motivated, connected, and inspired, and will have the framework to drive local innovation and change in cancer care.
Date: Tuesday 1 August 2023
Time: 8.30am - 5.30pm followed by social function
Location: Level 3 Ballroom, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 61/101 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000
Poster presentation opportunities via abstract submission are encouraged for this event and can be submitted online until 5pm, 15th of May 2023
Click here for guidelines and to submit your abstract.
Coming soon! Check the dedicated event website for regular updates.
Get in touch
Have questions about the conference or want to know more? Contact the CINSW Events team.
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Don't miss out on being a part of these important conversations in cancer treatment and care. Registration is free.