IARC-Korea NCC Joint Summer School on Cancer Registration, Goyang, Republic of Korea – 8-12 July 2019 – Application now open!
The Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development (GICR), the International Agency for Research on Cancer together with the Korean National Cancer Center (NCC) and its Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy (GSCSP) are pleased to announce the inaugural IARC-Korean NCC Joint Summer School on “Cancer Registration: Principles and Methods” on 8-12 July 2019 in Goyang, Republic of Korea.
This training opportunity is targeting participants from South, South-East and East Asia. The course will focus on fundamentals of planning and developing population-based cancer registries. The online application will be opened until 15 March 2019.
Information on course and application process can be found here.
The WHO/EURO-IARC workshop “Implementation of Cancer Screening Programmes” (16-17 January 2019) in IARC (Lyon, France) is gathering professionals involved in decision making related to cancer screening at national or regional levels from CIS and Eastern European countries. The workshop is the first of a series lead by the WHO regional office for Europe and addressing screening for NCDs and it aims to understand cancer screening principles, the harms and benefits of cancer screening and quality assurance within cancer screening programmes and to discuss political decision-making related to implementation and de-implementation of cancer screening programmes. For more information please contact Dr Vitaly Smelov, IARC Prevention and Implementation Group, firstname.lastname@example.org.
IARC SUMMER SCHOOL – 17 June to 5 July 2019 – Application now open!
Three modules are offered this year during the IARC Summer School 17 June-5 July 2019.
The two-week module “Introduction to Cancer Epidemiology” will be held on 17-28 June, followed by two modules “GICRNet Master Class: Analysis of Population-based Cancer Registry data” and “Implementing Cancer Prevention and Early detection” running in parallel during 1-5 July 2019.
The modules contents, objectives, target audience and application procedure are described in the 2019 Summer School web pages. The online application will be opened until 15 January 2019. Selection results will be notified in March 2019.
Seminar “Cancer early diagnosis and screening: making a difference” (24 June 2017) in St. Petersburg, Russia
The Early Detection and Prevention Section of the IARC will deliver a seminar on 24 June 2017 titled “Cancer early diagnosis and screening: making a difference” in St. Petersburg, Russia at the time of the 3rd Oncological Forum White Nights 2017.
IARC BelMed Training (19-28 April 2017) in London, Loughborough and Nottingham, UK – This site visit to a recognized breast cancer screening center, namely Public Health England (PHE) is organized for relevant personnel of the Belarus national cancer screening management team. It will introduce the PHE screening practices and give an overview of all phases of the preparation and implementation of a breast cancer screening programme.
This event is part of a joint programme funded by the European Union on prevention of non-communicable diseases, promotion of healthy lifestyle and support to modernization of the health system in Belarus (BelMed).
It is a coordinated project between different UN organizations (UNDP, WHO, UNICEF, UFPA and IARC), in which IARC participates in the implementation of a national breast cancer screening program in Belarus.
IARC BelMed Training Course (30 November-2 December 2016) in Minsk, Belarus – The first out of two training courses in implementation of cancer screening programs for the project management team (PMT) and key stakeholders will take place in Belarus (Minsk) on 30 November to 2 December 2016. It will be conducted by a group of international experts in planning, feasibility, and piloting of the screening programs on breast, cervical and colorectal cancers. This course is part of a joint programme funded by the European Union on prevention of non-communicable diseases, promotion of healthy lifestyle and support to modernization of the health system in Belarus (BelMed). It is a coordinated project between different UN organizations (UNDP, WHO, UNICEF, UFPA and IARC), in which IARC participates in the implementation of a national breast cancer screening program in Belarus.
The recipient of the Senior Visiting Scientist Award 2016 is Professor Pär Stattin from the Department of Surgical Sciences, Uppsala University, Sweden, and the Department of Surgical and Perioperative Sciences, Department of Urology and Andrology, Uppsala University, Sweden.
New IARC/GICR Training Course (26-30 September 2016 in Izmir, Turkey). IARC/GICR Training Course “Descriptive Epidemiology Research and analytical approach using population-based cancer registry data” is open for Northern Africa, Central and Western Asia (IARC Izmir Hub and EMRO Countries)!
Application deadline is 26 August 2016. Information on course and application process can be found here.