ESMO Young Oncologists Committee Initiatives

Take an active part in the ESMO Young Oncologists activities – there are several ways you can get involved.

Young Oncologists Networking Evening 2015

The 4th edition of the Young Oncologists Networking evening attracted over 85 young professionals from 25 different countries for an informal get-together in Vienna

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Young Oncologists Track

Sessions specifically for Young Oncologists during the annual congresses, and not to be missed! See here what was included in the programme at the annual congresses in previous years (ECC 2015 in Vienna, ESMO 2014 in Madrid, ECC 2013 in Amsterdam and ESMO 2012 in Vienna) - direct webcast access for ESMO members included.

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Burnout in Young Oncologists

Discover the details of the ESMO 2014 Congress proffered abstract presentation about the 2013 European-wide survey on burnout in young oncologists. The preliminary results of the survey was presented by YOC member Susana Banerjee who coordinated the survey project and analysed the close to 600 European replies received in collaboration with former YOC member David Olmos. The survey gained high interest and press coverage at the ESMO 2014 Congress in Madrid.

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Lung and other thoracic tumours

Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer European Survey

In 2012, the Young Oncologists Committee carried out a Europe-wide survey about the use of adjuvant chemotherapy and radiotherapy in incompletely resected (R1) early stage Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). The project was led by Young Oncologists Committee member Raffaele Califano and presented as a poster during the ESMO 2012 Congress. Read the report.

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