Eye Cancer Working Day video sessions now available
The first Eye Cancer Working Day took place at The Curie Institute, Paris, France, on June 15th, 2015. It was sponsored by The Eye Cancer Foundation, The Curie Institute and the American Joint Committee on Cancer.
The Working Day was divided into several sections, each dealing with a critical problem facing our specialty. Sections began with an overview presentation from the moderators, followed by an interactive group session to brainstorm, complete work, and plan for the next meeting. The meeting exceeded everyone's expectations. So many people attended we had to change venues twice for more space. Eye cancer specialists were energized and engaged in new programs to improve eye cancer care for both those with access and those without current access to eye cancer specialists. One hundred sixty eye cancer specialists took the first step to accomplish together, what none of us can do alone.
Online videos of the sessions are now available.
- Introduction: Dr. Paul Finger (4:35)
- Multi-Center, International Studies, AJCC Validation & Registries. (1:17:37)
- Radiation Side Effect Staging Project (58:30)
- Doctor Reported Outcomes (42:00)
- Retinoblastoma "Eye Cancer" Fellowships for Underserved Countries (51:47)
- The Need for an Open Access Basic Surgical Technique Guide (1:00:42)
- Patient Reported Outcomes (44:40)
- Summary and General Session for Future Planning (15:51)
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