Webinar: Long-Term Survivorship Care: Navigating Fertility and Intimacy Challenges

Online Webinar

Many childhood, adolescent or young-adult cancer survivors are facing fertility and intimacy problems due to cancer treatment. How can long-term survivorship care be of help to navigate these challenges? Join the webinar organized by PanCare and hosted by the EU-CAYAS-NET on the 26th of March. Various speakers will share their knowledge and lived experience

Know the Basics: How can I level up my patient advocacy?

Online Webinar

In this webinar, the participants will learn about existing patient advocate trainings, how they were developed, how they were conducted and what they entail. We will present ongoing and upcoming training opportunities for patient advocates hosted by organisations such as WECAN, EUPATI, KickCancer, EURORDIS and CCI! Participants are invited to use the Q&A

Webinar: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Cancer Care

Online Webinar

What is "Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Cancer Care" webinar about? Imagine a world where every young person battling cancer has access to the best possible care, regardless of background. This webinar will explore how the EU-CAYAS-NET project is trying to make this a reality. We're talking about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)

14th CCI Europe Conference, Milan

Milano Convention Centre Allianz Mico (North Wing) Via Gattamelata, Entrance GATE 14, Milan, Italy

CCI Europe will host its 14th CCI Europe Conference completely face to face from 15 to 18 May 2024 in Milan, Italy. This event is once again organised in partnership with SIOP Europe, and as a part of the SIOPE’s 5th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Oncology. Based on the feedback

Webinar: Navigating Transitions in Cancer Care – Treatment and Survivorship

Online Webinar

Join us for an insightful webinar hosted by the European Network of Youth Cancer Survivors, dedicated to guiding youth cancer survivors through critical transitions in their healthcare journey. Transitioning from treatment to follow-up care and from pediatric to adult healthcare systems can present unique challenges for young survivors. This webinar aims to share essential knowledge,

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) principles in Cancer Care: Training event for researchers, healthcare providers and patient communities

Cluj Napoca , Romania

What is "Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Cancer Care" training about? Discover and develop key skills in our engaging training program: Cultural awareness Recognizing inequality Inclusive communication Creating a safe environment Supporting families and empowering patients Addressing discrimination Comprehensive needs assessment Inclusive research techniques Effective advocacy, and more! The training event and toolkit

Specialist Adolescent and Young Adults Units Minimum Standards

Online Webinar

What to Expect: Expert Speakers: Hear from leading experts in the field who will share their knowledge and experiences. Panel discussion: Hear diverse perspectives from healthcare professionals, patient representatives, and young cancer survivors. Resources and Support: Gain access to the position paper and implementation guidelines that support adolescents and young adults.   Agenda:

Surviving Survival – Symposium on mental health of Youth Cancer Survivors

Vienna , Austria

EN 📣 Surviving Survival – Symposium on mental health of Youth Cancer Survivors On 27 June, a health policy symposium (in German) on “Surviving Survival: How can we improve psychosocial health after childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer?” will take place in Vienna, organized by CCI Europe as part of the EU-CAYAS-NET project.

Survivor’s Week Webinar: Childhood Cancer – Stigma and Communication

Online Webinar

Childhood cancer survival rates have been improving globally over recent decades. Researchers in this area highlight, “Ongoing improvements in survival rates across high-income, middle-income and low-income countries will result in a rapidly expanding population of survivors with unique health-care needs, emphasizing the increasing relevance of issues relating to childhood cancer survivors globally.” (Ehrhardt