ESMO Resilience Task Force Workshop
Saturday, 10 September from 10:00-11:00 in La Serre - Hall 6 - Level 2
Well-Being, Burnout and Resilience in Oncology: Strategies Now and for the Future
A special ESMO Congress session to focus on helping ESMO members’ wellbeing and resilience. Don’t miss the interactive round table discussions to learn, share and inform the ESMO Resilience Task Force initiatives to help its members now and in the future. Also, take part in a special coaching style exercise to improve your own personal wellbeing. With the participation of Dr Claire Hardy, Chartered Psychologist and Senior Lecturer from the Centre for Organisational Health and Wellbeing at Lancaster University’s Faculty of Health and Medicine in the UK.
- Welcome and introduction
Susana Banerjee, UK
- Sharing strategies and prioritising key areas and initiatives for the oncology profession’s wellbeing and resilience
Round table discussions moderated by Task Force Members
- Some time for you – a coaching style exercise to help you identify habits for boosting your own personal wellbeing and resilience
Claire Hardy, UK
- Conclusions, take-home messages and key messages from the audience
Susana Banerjee, UK
ESMO Climate Change Task Force Session
Sunday, 11 September from 10:00-11:00 in La Serre - Hall 6 - Level 2
Join the ESMO Climate Change Task Force to discuss the impact of climate change on the oncology community and how ESMO is working towards a more sustainable society. Members of the Task Force will be joined by Charles Swanton, ESMO 2022 Scientific Co-Chair, to discuss the link between pollution and cancer and how oncology professionals can play a part in combatting climate change.
Chairs: Mathilde Jalving, NL, and Pawel Sobczuk, PL
- Lung cancer and pollution
Charles Swanton, UK
- Update and next steps from the ESMO Climate Change Task Force
Mathilde Jalving, NL
- What can we do in our oncology departments to reduce climate impact?
Discussion moderated by the speakers and Climate Change Task Force Members