1 16th International Conference on Cancer Nursing THE PREMIER INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR CANCER NURSES The Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta Georgia USA March 7 11, 2010 ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE, PROMOTING QUALITY
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3 table of CONTENTS 1 Welcome Messages 2 Sponsor Acknowledgments 3 Contributors 4 Travel Scholarships and Society Awards PAGE NUMBERS PAGE 4-5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8-9 TABLE OF CONTENTS 5 ISNCC Full Members PAGE 10 6 Partner Organizations PAGE 11 7 General Conference Information PAGE 12 8 Program-at-a-Glance PAGE 16 9 Program Information PAGE Pre-Conference Workshops PAGE Georgia State Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia 11 Breakfast Sessions PAGE Poster Program PAGE Exhibitor Floor Plan PAGE Exhibitor Information PAGE F
4 welcome MESSAGE To: International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING
5 welcome MESSAGE Dear Collegues in Cancer Nursing On behalf of the Board of Directors of the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC), I welcome you to the 16th International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN), the premier international educational opportunity for cancer nurses. The theme for the 16th ICCN is "Enhancing Knowledge, Promoting Quality". Enhancing knowledge represents the wonderful opportunity we have to enhance our knowledge of professional educational topics including symptom management, quality of life, patient safety, palliative care, pediatric and elderly cancer patient care. Promoting quality reminds us to take time to reflect on the essential role of cancer nurses in the quality of care for patients, families and communities living with the burden of cancer. WELCOME MESSAGES I am also delighted to welcome you to the vibrant city of Atlanta, Georgia; a city encompassing the romance of the Old South with the bustling commerce of the 21st century. ISNCC is honored to have the opportunity to share the 2010 conference host city with the National Headquarters and South Atlantic Division offices of the American Cancer Society. We hope that you are able to participate in the conference Gala Evening at the American Cancer Society and take this fantastic opportunity to experience the location of the largest voluntary health organization in the United States and the world s leading cancer control organization. The ICCN is a wonderful opportunity to reinforce, rekindle and network with other cancer nurses from around the world by exchanging ideas and experiences, sharing new learnings, renewing old friendships, and working in collaboration to overcome the immense challenges and demands we face in caring for cancer patients everywhere. When international cancer nurses gather together the atmosphere is electric. I invite you to renew in the inspiration and comradeship that the ICCN brings, and be enriched with a newfound energy and motivation to continue the commitment to oncology nursing, patients and colleagues. I also invite you to continue collaborating with your international colleagues by joining ISNCC as a member. Please visit the ISNCC booth during the conference and sign up for your individual membership. Welcome to the 16th ICCN and the vibrant, romantic city of Atlanta! Sanchia Aranda President, ISNCC F
6 sponsor ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The 16th ICCN would like to acknowledge the generous support of the following organizations: MERCK & CO., INC. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PARTNER Georgia State Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia ICU MEDICAL, INC. SILVER SPONSORSHIP AND BREAKFAST SYMPOSIUM GLAXOSMITHKLINE FOCUS GROUP SANOFI AVENTIS UNRESTRICTED EDUCATIONAL GRANT BREAST CANCER TRAIN THE TRAINER WORKSHOP AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY GALA SPONSOR 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING The 16th ICCN would also like to thank our individual donors
7 CONTRIBUTORS Conference Management Committee Esther Green (Chair) (Canada, ISNCC Board) Catherine Glennon (USA, ISNCC Board) Greta Cummings (Canada, ISNCC President Elect) Patsy Yates (Australia, ISNCC Secretary/Treasurer) Scientific Planning Committee Dauna Crooks (Canada, Co-Chair) Georgie Cusack (USA, Co-Chair) Annie Mullins (USA) Annie Young (UK) Catherine Glennon (USA) Dawn Stacey (Canada) Esther Green (Canada) Juliet Dreyer (Israel) Kazuko Onishi (Japan) Luz Esperanza Ayala de Calvo (Colombia) Mary Gullatte (USA) Tish Lancaster (Australia) Lady bug at Botanic Garden in Atlanta CONTRIBUTORS ISNCC Board Members Sanchia Aranda (Australia, President) Greta Cummings (Canada, President Elect) Patsy Yates (Australia, Secretary/Treasurer) Carol Tishelman (Sweden) Catherine Glennon (USA) Esther Green (Canada) Juliet Dreyer (Israel) Kazuko Onishi (Japan) Luz Esperanza Ayala de Calvo (Colombia) Petra Fordelmann (South Africa) Tish Lancaster (Australia) F
8 travel SCHOLARSHIPS MARIA DE FÁTIMA BATALHA DE MENEZES Brazilian National Cancer Institute (INCA) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Scholarship supported by Cancer Care Ontario Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) is the provincial agency responsible for continually improving cancer services, working to reduce the number of people diagnosed with cancer, and making sure patients receive better care every step of the way. As the government s cancer advisor, CCO: Directs and oversees close to $700 million public health care dollars to hospitals and other cancer care providers to deliver high quality, timely cancer services. Implements provincial cancer prevention and screening programs. TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS Curvy Architecture in High Museum Atlanta Works with cancer care nurses, other health professionals and organizations to develop and implement quality improvements and standards. Uses electronic information and technology to support health professionals and patient self-care and to continually improve the safety, quality, efficiency, accessibility and accountability of cancer services. Plans cancer services to meet current and future patient needs, and works with health care providers in every Local Health Integration Network to continually improve cancer care for the people they serve. Rapidly transfers new research into improvements and innovations in clinical practice and cancer service delivery. MENANG JOSHUA NGWANG Calmef Health Centre Cameroon, Central Africa Scholarship supported by Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology Established in 1984, the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology/Association canadienne des infirmières en oncologie (CANO/ACIO) is the national organization that supports Canadian nurses to promote and develop excellence in oncology nursing practice, education, research and leadership. CANO/ACIO s mission is to lead nursing excellence in cancer control for Canadians, with a vision of being an international nursing leader in cancer control. CANO is a member-run association that takes direction from its membership in formulating activities and initiatives. 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING CANO/ACIO believes that: Every nurse is a leader Canadians deserve specialized oncology nurses Evidence-based care is the foundation for excellence in nursing The specialty of oncology nursing is an essential component of health care services across the cancer continuum Collaborative relationships further the health well-being and quality of life of Canadians Ongoing learning is essential for the professional and personal development of oncology nurses CANO/ACIO is committed to supporting its members and all nurses who care for people with cancer and their families DANIELA SIMOVA Bulgaria Oncology Hospital President of Bulgarian Oncology Nursing Society Sofia, Bulgaria Scholarship supported by Princess Margaret Hospital Princess Margaret Hospital and its research arm, Ontario Cancer Institute, have achieved an international reputation as global leaders in the fight against cancer. It is the only facility in Canada devoted exclusively to cancer research, treatment and education. Princess Margaret Hospital is a member of University Health Network, which also includes Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital. All three are research hospitals affiliated with the University of Toronto.
9 Curvy Architecture in High Museum Atlanta travel SCHOLARSHIPS YAN WANG Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital Tianjin, China Scholarship supported by Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre As Australia s only specialist cancer centre with the country s largest cancer research group, Peter Mac is in a unique position to provide multi-disciplinary patient services including haematology, medical oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, radiotherapy, supportive care, same-day chemotherapy, palliative care and pain management, clinical trials, familial cancer and specialist imaging including Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET). Peter Mac provides highly specialised radiotherapy techniques and has a broad range of patient support and education programs. This is combined and integrated with a substantial cancer research program, as well as extensive laboratory-based research. The facility at East Melbourne encompasses an acute 24 hour public hospital. Patient services are delivered in inpatient and ambulatory settings, as well as via home nursing services. Critically ill inpatients receive high-level medical and nursing care in our Level 2 Intensive Care Unit. society AWARDS Robert Tiffany Lectureship TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS & SOCIETY AWARDS Donough Courthouse in Atlanta area famous as set for several movies. Beautiful historic building ISABEL D. WHITE, PHD, MSCN, BED, RGN, RSCN, RNT London, UK This lectureship was created to keep alive and honour the memory of Robert Tiffany, founding member and Foundation President of the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care. Robert Tiffany was the initiator of the Biennial International Conference on Cancer Nursing. Robert Tiffany was an inspiration to many nurses around the world and the intention of the named lecture is to honour those who have a similar capacity to inspire cancer nurses of today and of the future. Supported by Royal Marsden Hospital The Royal Marsden Hospital was the first hospital in the world dedicated to cancer treatment and research into the causes of cancer. Today the hospital with its academic partner, The Institute of Cancer Research, forms the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe with over 40,000 patients from the UK and abroad seen each year. Distinguished Merit Award VERNICE DORIS FERGUSON, RN, MA, FAAN, FRCN Washington DC, USA The Distinguished Merit Award is offered once every two years in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the international advancement of the science and art of cancer nursing. Past Presidents Award ELIZABATH UKAMAKA AGUNWAH, BSC, MSC, MBA, PCN Enugu, Nigeria This award was given for the first time at the biennial conference of the ISNCC in the year It is given in recognition of a cancer nurse from a developing country who has initiated and sustained a programme of cancer care in her/his country which has been in place for three or more years and has the potential for replication or adaptation beyond the country s borders F
10 ISNCC FULL MEMBERS Societe Belge des Infirmieres en Oncologie Bulgarian Oncology Nursing Society FSK (Danish Cancer Nursing Society) Iceland Oncology Nursing Society Israeli Oncology Nursing Society Chu Annaba, Clinique Medicale Infantile Sainte Therese Pedi ISNCC FULL MEMBERS Tall Building in Atlanta Georgia Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Oncology Nursing Section, Nurses Association of Serbia Turkish Oncology Nursing Society Oncology Nursing Committee of Chinese Nursing Association UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS) KOK Konferenz Onkologischer Kranken und Kinderkrankenpflege Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO/ACIO) Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Zimbabwe Oncology Society Brazilian Oncology Nursing Society (SBEO) Asociación de Enfermería Oncológica Colombiana (AEOC) Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) The Oncology Nurses Association of India 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING Japanese Society of Cancer Nursing Oncology Nursing Society in Taiwan Irish Association for Nurses in Oncology
11 Atlanta Aquarium ISNCC AND THE 16TH ICCN WOULD LIKE TO GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE SUPPORT, AND COLLABORATION OF THE FOLLOWING PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS: All Conferences.com American Cancer Society (ACS) Association of Pediatric Hematology/ Oncology Nurses (APHON) Atlas Conferences Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing Brazilian Oncology Nursing Society Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO/ACIO) Cancer Care News Cancer Council Queensland Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) Confabb: The Conference Community Conference Alerts.com Doctors Guide Congress Resource Center Doctor s Review EDP Sciences - Web of Conferences Elsevier (International Journal of Nursing Studies and European Journal of Cancer) European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) European CanCer Organization (ECCO) European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS) European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) European Institutes for Cancer Research European Institute of Oncology (EIO) European Institute of Oncology Profile European School of Oncology (ESO) Events-on Net Finnish Oncology Nursing Society Fiji Nursing Association France National Federation of Cancer Societies H-Net Humanities and Social Sciences Online Insituto Nacional de Cancer International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) International Council of Nurses International Union Against Cancer (UICC) Japanese Society of Cancer Nursing International Society for Preventive Oncology partner ORGANIZATIONS Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. Johnson & Johnson (The Campaign for Nursing s Future) Haymarket Media Inc. Health on the Net Foundation Hungarian Cancer Society Malta Union of Midwives & Nurses Mark Allen Group Ltd. MA Healthcare / MA Education (International Journal of Palliative Nursing and British Journal of Nursing) Medindia Medpharm Publications (Professional Nursing Today, South Africa) Mongolian Nurses Association Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) National Association of Nurses of Malawi Nurse Together.com Oncology Nursing News Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Oncology Times Ordem dos Enfermeiros International Gynecologic Cancer Society International Psycho-Oncology Society Irish Nurses Organization Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario RCN Publishing Company (Nursing Standard and Cancer Nursing Practice) Registered Nurses of British Columbia Sigma Theta Tau International Spanish Oncology Nurses Society South African Journal Professional Nursing Today Swedish Oncology Nursing UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS) The Canadian Association of Provincial Cancer Agencies The Annie Appleseed Project The Asbestos Cancer and Mesothelioma Support Center The Association for Vascular Access The Breast Health Global Initiative (BHGI) The Japan Academy of Nursing Science Taiwan Nurses Association United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) Wiley InterScience (CA: Cancer Journal for Clinicians) Partner Events 3rd Annual Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies conference aka CAM for Cancer 6th EAPC Research Forum 12th EAPC Congress 13th World Conference on Lung Cancer 4th International Cancer Control Congress 12th Biennial Meeting of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society Congress PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS F
12 general INFORMATION Conference Venue THE WESTIN PEACHTREE PLAZA 210 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, USA Tel: Fax: Conference Registration Registration will be located on Level 8 of the Westin Peachtree Plaza, outside the main plenary room. Registration will be open at the following times: The Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel ABBREVIATIONS Saturday, March 6, 2010 Sunday, March 7, 2010 Monday, March 8, 2010 Tuesday, March 9, 2010 Wednesday, March 10, 2010 Thursday, March 11, pm 6.00pm 8.00am 7.00pm (closed from 1.00pm-2.00pm) 6.30am 6.00pm (closed from 2.00pm-3.00pm) 6.15am 5.00pm (closed from 11.30am-12.30pm) 6.15am 6.00pm (closed from 11.30am-12.30pm) 8:00am 1:00pm ICCN International Conference on Cancer Nursing ISNCC International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care Any inquiries regarding the conference and exhibition should be referred to the registration desk. Language The official language of the Conference is English. ONS Oncology Nursing Society EJONS European Journal of Oncology Nursing Conference Sessions Plenary sessions will all take place in the Peachtree Ballroom CD, located on Level 8 of the Westin Peachtree Plaza. Please refer to the program on page 20, for the exact locations of the sessions. Directional signage can also be found on each level advising where sessions are taking place. 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING UK United Kingdom USA United States of America GNA Georgia Nurses Association Abstracts Plenary, oral and poster abstracts are available online only in the 16th ICCN Abstract Book. Please visit to print the 16th ICCN Abstract Book.
13 general INFORMATION Speaker Services Room The Speaker Services Room is located with the Conference Office in Roswell II (Level 8). An AV technician will be available during the conference hours to assist with technical questions regarding your presentations. All presenters must leave a copy of their final PowerPoint presentation in the Speaker Services Room at least 24 hours prior to their presentation time. Speaker Services will be open at the following times: Saturday, March 6, pm 6.00pm Sunday, March 7, am am 9.30am pm 2.00pm pm Monday, March 8, am am 8.30am pm 2.00pm pm Tuesday, March 9, am am 7.00am am 12.30pm pm Wednesday, March 10, am am 7.00am am 12.30pm pm Thursday, March 11, am 8.00am 9.00am 10.30am Atlanta Georgia Business Skyscrapers Downtown GENERAL INFORMATION Badges Participants are required to wear name badges at all times during the conference. Participants without a badge may experience delay in entry to sessions and the exhibition. Exhibits and Posters The Exhibit Hall and Posters are located in the Atlanta Ballroom (Level 7). Full details of all exhibitors along with a floor plan of the exhibitors can be found on pages Conference Food & Dining Options Coffee and tea breaks will be served in the Atlanta Ballroom (Level 7) on Monday, March 8, 2010 through to Thursday, March 11, A continental breakfast will be available for those who attend the morning breakfast sessions, as detailed on page 38. Please note attendance is limited at the breakfast events and will be on a first-come, firstserved basis. You will find many dining options close to the Westin Peachtree Plaza, from fast-food outlets and diners for a quick lunchtime bite to eat, through to gourmet dining. The Westin Peachtree Plaza also has some great dining options if you want to remain in the hotel. The Café Located on the lobby level, The Café serves a Southern-style buffet breakfast including eggs made to order, homemade breakfast cereals, fresh pastries, Belgian waffles and fruit. A la carte items also are available. Monday - Friday 6.30am 10.30am Saturday - Sunday 7.00am 12.00pm F
14 general INFORMATION The Sun Dial Restaurant Bar & View There are few settings more dramatic than a sleek, glass-walled dining room that slowly revolves through a full 360 degrees, 73 stories above the street. Ideal as a place to unwind and take in Atlanta s best view of Atlanta. Lunch: 11.30am 2.30pm Dinner: Sunday Thursday 6.00pm 10.00pm, Friday 6.00pm 11.00pm and Saturday 5.30pm 11.00pm Brunch: Sunday 11.30am 2.30pm The View: 10.00am 11.00pm Tall Building in Atlanta Georgia Starbucks Coffee Bar Open daily from 6am to 6pm, Starbucks offers a variety of coffee and sells it along with fresh, rich-brewed, Italian style espresso beverages and a variety of pastries and confections. Daily 6.00am 6.00pm The Lobby Bar Open daily, the Lobby Bar is the place to catch up with friends and colleagues, have a light bite or wind up an evening. Monday - Friday 4.00pm 12.00am Saturday 2.00pm 12.00am Sunday 2.00pm 11.30pm 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING Contact Hours EMORY HEALTHCARE is a provider unit of continuing nursing education by the Georgia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. The International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN) has been approved for 10.3 Contact Hours for Registered Nurses. Please complete the daily CNE evaluation forms and submit to the registration desk to ensure that you obtain credits. Certificates of Attendance A Certificate of Attendance is included in your delegate package. Roundtables These new abstract sessions are small group discussions.
15 general INFORMATION Smoking Please note that the Westin Peachtree Plaza has a no-smoking policy. Please refrain from smoking in any of the session halls, poster & exhibition area, coffee breaks and at social events. Your co-operation is much appreciated. Gala Evening ISNCC is honored to have the opportunity to share the 2010 conference host city with the National Headquarters and South Atlantic Division offices of the American Cancer Society (ACS), and is delighted that the 16th ICCN Gala Dinner will take place within the building of an organization dedicated to eliminating cancer. GENERAL INFORMATION Don t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to experience the location and work of the oldest and largest voluntary health agency in the United States, which has more than two million volunteers nationwide. This unique experience will take place on Wednesday March 10, 2010, and requires a ticket for the price of US$100 per person. Fox Theatre marqee We are delighted to offer a reception at 7.00pm, followed by a seated dinner and dancing to a DJ from 7.30pm onwards. Prior to dinner, our gala dinner guests have the exclusive opportunity to tour the ACS on their own. The ACS is kindly opening a variety of departments prior to dinner (6.00pm 7.15pm), and providing volunteers to answer any questions and provide information for guests. You will be able to spend as much time as you wish in either one or multiple departments.if you ve not bought your ticket for this exciting event, please see the Registration Desk for availability. Itinerary for your American Cancer Society Experience is as follows: 6.00pm pm: 7.00pm: 7.30pm: 11.30pm: Exclusive on own tours of the ACS Reception Seated dinner followed by dancing to a DJ ACS doors close The American Cancer Society is just a short walk from the Westin Peachtree Plaza, and can be reached by covered walkway, or an outside stroll. You are free to arrive any time from 6.00pm in order to take a tour (we recommend allowing 1 hour), and due to the close proximity of the ACS to the hotel you may leave at your preferred time. Social Activities, Entertainment, Shopping and Dining If you re looking for things to do after the conference day is over, you ll find lots to do in Atlanta. Please visit the hotel concierge who will be able to provide you with information on what to see and do in the evenings. If you want to visit some tourist attractions close by, then the Westin Peachtree Plaza is just steps away from CNN, Georgia Aquarium, Georgia World Congress Center and the Georgia Dome. If you are interested in shopping, then Buckhead is one of Atlanta s premier shopping districts. It is home to some spectacular malls, particularly Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza Mall which are the most popular shopping areas in Buckhead. Lenox Square Mall features hundreds of upscale, glitzy shops, anchored by Neiman Marcus and Macy's. The Shoppers' Chauffeur is a complimentary service that will shuttle you between Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza Mall, across busy Peachtree Road. Together the two malls have 340 retail shops and stores. Buckhead can be reached in approximately a 30 minute taxi (traffic dependent) or MARTA ride from the hotel. The concierge will be able to provide more details on the best way to travel there. DISCLAIMER The abstracts included in this Program & Abstract Book have been presented as they were submitted by the authors. The 16th ICCN Scientific Planning Committee has not altered the submissions for inclusion. Author s credentials have been included where submitted F
16 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CANCER NURSING (ICCN) 2010 program AT A GLANCE PRECONFERENCE: SATURDAY 6 MARCH am 9.00am 8.30am 4.30pm 4.00pm 6.00pm Breast Cancer Train-the-Trainer Registration Breast Cancer Train-the-Trainer Workshop Day 1 Supported by Sanofi Aventis Conference Registration DAY ONE: SUNDAY 7 MARCH am 7.00pm (closed from 1.00pm-2.00pm) Registration 8.30am 4.30pm Breast Cancer Train-the-Trainer Workshop Day 2 Supported by Sanofi Aventis Pre-Conference Workshop am 4.00pm Models of Cancer Survivorship Care and Patient Navigation, Utilization of a Care Plan and Engaging the Primary Care Community: Perspective from the Lance Armstrong Foundation Hosted by the Lance Armstrong Foundation 9.00am 4.00pm Pre-Conference Workshop 2 Evidence-Based Practice Hosted by ISNCC and ONS 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING 9.00am 4.00pm 9.00am 12.30pm (Lunch from 12.30pm 1.00pm) 1.00pm 5.00pm 4.00pm 5.00pm 5.30pm 7.00pm Pre-Conference Workshop 3 Advancing Palliative Care for Cancer Patients Internationally Hosted by ELNEC Pre-Conference Workshop 4 Writing For Publication Masterclass Hosted by EJON Member Council Meeting Orientation Session for New Presenters Welcome Reception with Exhibits
17 DAY TWO: MONDAY 8 MARCH am 6.00pm (closed from 2.00pm-3.00pm) 8.15am 9.10am Registration Official Opening Ceremony PROGRAM AT A GLANCE 9.10am 10.00am Keynote Address Cancer Around the World 10.00am 4.30pm Exhibits Open 10.00am 10.30am Coffee/Tea Break with Exhibits Sponsored by European Journal of Oncology Nursing 10.30am 11.00am Distinguished Merit Award 11.00am 12.00pm Plenary I - Knowledge Translation for Oncology Nursing: Moving Evidence into Practice 12.00pm 1.30pm Break for Lunch on Own 12.00pm 1.30pm Poster Session #1 1.30pm 3.00pm Plenary II - Supportive Care 3.00pm 4.00pm Plenary III Survivorship 4.00pm 4.30pm Coffee/Tea Break with Exhibits 4.30pm 6.15pm Concurrent Abstract Sessions A1-A9 6.30pm 7.30pm Regional Meeting #1 Africa and the Middle East Regional Meeting #2 Central and South America Regional Meeting #3 Europe Regional Meeting #4 Far East and Australasia Regional Meeting #5 North America F
18 DAY THREE: TUESDAY 9 MARCH am 5.00pm (closed 11.30am pm) Registration 6.45am 8.15am 8.30am 9.30am Sponsored Breakfast Session ICU Medical Plenary IV - Screening, Prevention and Genetics 9.30am 10.30am Plenary V - Models of Care Delivery and Organizational Change 10.00am 4.30pm Exhibits Open 10.30am 11.00am Coffee/Tea Break with Exhibits 11.00am 12.00pm Robert Tiffany Lecture 12.00pm 1.00pm Plenary VI Factors Influencing Cancer Legislation 1.00pm 2.30pm Break for Lunch on Own 1.00pm 2.30pm Poster Session #2 2.30pm 4.00pm Concurrent Sessions B1-B9 4.00pm 4.30pm Coffee/Tea Break with Exhibits 4.30pm 6.30pm Concurrent Sessions C1-C9 16th international conference on CANCER NURSING 6.30pm-7.30pm ISNCC Special Interest Group Meeting - Palliative Care ISNCC Special Interest Group Meeting Clinical Trials ISNCC Special Interest Group Meeting Symptom Management