Annual Summit 2018
Annual Summit 2018: Inspiring change in care
BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP
Pancreatic Cancer UK’s 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.
Experts at the forefront of treatment and care, innovative practice, policy and research will share with us their insights, successes and ambitions to help us recognise and embrace opportunities to ensure better pancreatic cancer care for all.
Plenary speakers include:
- Steve Brine MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health
- Dr Derek Grose, Consultant Clinical Oncologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
- Dr Angela Lamarca, Consultant in Medical Oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
- Lisa Lamola, Lead Nurse, Enhanced Supportive Care Clinic, The Christie NHS Foundation
- Professor John Primrose, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of the NICE pancreatic cancer guidelines committee
- Dr Naureen Starling, Consultant Medical Oncologist, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
- Professor Juan Valle, Professor and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
In addition to the keynote address, audience and panel discussions, and patient and carer interviews, you can choose to attend one of the following breakout sessions:
- Putting the NICE pancreatic cancer guidelines into practice
- Meet the researchers
- Getting innovation off the ground
The Annual Summit promises to provide an excellent opportunity to learn, share and network, and bring about change in pancreatic cancer care for all. We really hope to see you there. If you need any further information please contact us.
Our poster competition
Our poster competition is now closed. The winner will be invited to present at the Summit and all posters will be displayed. Full details.
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