UKONS are proud to be welcoming the ISNCC to Glasgow for ICCN2023.
29 September to 02 October, Glasgow, UK
Find out more here: ICCN 2023 International Conference on Cancer Nursing
ICCN is the world’s longest running international conference for cancer nurses and offers a unique opportunity to meet with international nursing leaders from around the world. The conference is attended by practitioners, researchers, educators and leaders from national/regional cancer nursing societies, oncology institutions and other organizations representing cancer nurses around the world
ICCN2023 is set to be an immersive experience for acquiring knowledge, exchanging ideas, and connecting with peers and we are pleased to remind you that this year it is based in Glasgow, UK.
The conference boasts an extensive scientific program featuring 20 diverse learning themes, including psycho-oncology, immuno-oncology, bio banking and genomics, leadership, head and neck cancer metastatic breast cancer and haematology, and more. Additionally, attendees can explore the latest advancements in technology, medical devices, and products shaping the field in the exhibition hall.
UKONS are pleased to be sponsoring and curating two sessions at the conference. The first of these is a two-hour session on nurse-led interventions to improve patients’ experience of treatment with immunotherapy. We have three panellists who will present their work. All their research has the patient at the heart of the studies; ensuring patients receiving immunotherapy have the support and resources needed.
This session is relevant to any staff working with immunotherapy or may work with in the future. Nurses of all levels and experience will gain form this valuable workshop. The presenters are Dr Catherine Oakley (SACT Nurse Consultant, Guys and St Thomas), Dr Jo Bird (Nurse Consultant in Melanoma & Immunotherapy Late Effects, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) and Gina Madera (Project Manager for the CASCADE project on acute Oncology Passports, Guys and St Thomas).
In a separate session Dr Karen Campbell (Macmillan Associate Professor in Cancer Nursing, Honorary Nurse Consultant in Chemotherapy Research NHS Lothian and President Elect of UKONS) will be presenting a special symposium on ‘Understanding Multiple Myeloma’.
We are also very pleased to announce that the conference organisers will be a making a special offer of discounted attendance to UKONS members by accessing the registration link below
This extended early-bird rate will be available until August 31, 2023.
In addition, UKONS members who wish to submit a late abstract to the conference are requested to send their abstract to Suzanne Bishaw at email@example.com
Submission deadline is August 31, 2023.