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ESMO Guidelines: Real World Cases Webinar - Ovarian Cancer

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Airs on 2 November 2021 at 18:30 CET

Start date
02 Nov 2021
End date
02 Nov 2021
Live on
02 Nov 2021

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This live web event has been designed to combine promotion of evidence-based medical practice based on the ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines, focusing on a specific tumour setting; a young oncologist will present a clinical case, whereas the subject editor and primary author of the relevant ESMO Guideline will critically analyse it while presenting the guideline recommendations. A Practicing Oncologist will highlight challenges and issues related to daily practice and implementability of the guideline recommendations. The webinar will conclude with a live discussion of questions submitted by the audience whilst the webinar is taking place.

Chair

Cristiana Sessa

Speakers

Maria Kfoury, Jonathan Ledermann, Birute Brasiuniene

Programme

  • Welcome and Introduction, Prof. Cristiana Sessa, Ente Ospedaliero Cantonale, Oncology Institute of Southern Switzerland, Bellinzona, Switzerland
  • Case Presentation, Dr. Maria Kfoury, Department of Medical Oncology, Gustave Roussy Institute, Villejuif, France
  • Presentation of the ESMO Clinical Practice Guideline for Critical Analysis of the Case, Prof. Jonathan Ledermann, MD, PhD, Clinical Director, UCL Cancer Institute, London, UK
  • Considerations related to Guideline implementation in everyday clinical practice and Discussion, Prof. Birute Brasiuniene, MD, PhD, Head of the Department of Medical Oncology, National Cancer Institute, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Q&A
  • Online questionnaire

Learning objectives

  • Promote evidence-based quality cancer care by disseminating the ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines in the oncology community.  
  • Present a clinical case for each of the selected topics for discussion in the context of the ESMO Clinical Practice Guideline recommendations.  
  • Present and critically review the ESMO Clinical Practice Guideline recommendations for each selected cancer type.   
  • Discuss the case, the ESMO CPG recommendations, their impact on care and implementability in the daily practice setting under the guidance of a moderator senior expert, with participation of the guideline authors, practicing oncologists and young oncologists.  
  • Audit the fulfillment of the learning objectives and acceptability of the ESMO CPG recommendations by means of an online questionnaire. 

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