This session is a collaboration of the National Cancer Grid of India, Brazilian Society of
Radiation Oncology, Medical Association of Clinical Oncology of Peru, Ecuadorian Society of Oncology, the Institute of Cancer Policy and Conflict & Health Research Group (King's College London), European Society for Radiation Oncology, and the Queen's University Global Oncology Program (Canada)
Join our distinguished international panelists as they discuss preparing for the next wave of COVID-19 in relation to caring for patients with cancer:
South America - Ecuador
Dr. Luis Pacheco Ojeda
Vice-President, Ecuadorian Society of Oncology
Africa - Nigeria
Dr. Bello Abubaker Mohammed
President – African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer (AORTIC)
Consultant Clinical Oncologist,
Asia - India
Principal Scientific Advisor to the Prime Minister of India
Europe – Belgium
Prof. Yolande Lievens
Chair of Department of Radiation Oncology at UZ Ghent
Dr. Julia Torode
Director of Special Projects, Union for International Cancer Control (Switzerland)
Dr. Scott Berry
Professor and Head, Department Oncology Queen’s University (Canada)
The rich discussion generated from this webinar may be included in a subsequent report. We will employ the Chatham House Rule - concepts and themes may be included in a subsequent report but that comments will not be attributed to any specific individual. In the rare case where we wish to quote or include identifying information, permission from the specific individual will be obtained.
The speakers will be addressing the themes:
• What can be learned from this first COVID-19 wave to prepare for the future waves?
• What should we do better or differently?
If you have specific questions related to these themes that you would like our panel to address, you’ll have an opportunity to provide these during the registration process.