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Educational events

We run Study Days for health professionals throughout the year and can also help you set up your own events. Find out more about this and and other conferences and events below.

Pancreatic Cancer UK Annual Summit 2018

Bma House Great Hall

Our Annual Summit has become an unmissable event for the pancreatic cancer community, bringing together health professionals, researchers, policy makers, charities and people affected by the disease.

The theme this year will be ‘Inspiring change in care’. It is our ambition to inspire the pancreatic cancer community to unite and take action to ensure better pancreatic cancer care for all.


Find out more and register for the Pancreatic Cancer UK Annual Summit 2018

Pancreatic Cancer UK Study Days

Study DaysWe run a free National Study Day for health professionals every year featuring presentations on all the latest developments in pancreatic cancer. Registrations are now open for this year’s event which is being held in Crewe, Cheshire on Monday 9th October.

Throughout the rest of the year, we also run free regional study days providing local training opportunities for health professionals working with pancreatic cancer patients.

Register for upcoming study days

Helping you run your own events

Run Your Own EventIf you’re running your own event, we can promote it on our website and host a Pancreatic Cancer UK stand at your event. We can also run local training for smaller groups. Get in touch for more information.

We can also also help support the costs of your event through our Promoting Innovative Practice Education Fund.


Find out more about our Promoting Innovative Practice Education Fund

External conferences

External ConferencesAs well as our own educational events, you can also find out about upcoming national and international conferences. This is also where you’ll find information about your event if we’re helping to promote it.




See when national and international pancreatic cancer conferences are taking place

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