Thu 29 Apr 2021 11:30-12:30
Webinar

Developed for professionals working across the MUO/CUP multi-disciplinary team: take one hour out to be stimulated and inspired by this best-practice webinar that will delve into innovative patient referral and management ideas.

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Enhancing Referral and Management of MUO/CUP Patients
1 hour CPD Free to NHS Online
CUP Foundation - Jo's Friends

Useful techniques

This dedicated webinar will support you on the road to progressing the referral and care of your MUO/CUP patients, plus answer your questions on:

  • What are the best ways to make the CUP diagnostic and treatment pathways work for both clinicians and patients?
  • How can the experiences of active CUP clinical trials help me with my MUO/CUP patients?
  • What can be learnt from the impact of Covid-19 and the work-arounds for managing CUP patient treatment?

Watch this online NHS event from the comfort of your own home

A unique forum packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice plus benefit from:

  • 40 minutes presentation time and 20 minutes Q&A session with Sarah Ngan, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
  • Important guidance and evidenced insights on active CUP clinical trials and the impact of Covid-19 on treatment
  • Your questions will be answered during the speaker Q&A and discussion with other attendees during this live webinar, using the chat box function
  • Or you can catch up with the webinar content at any time after it takes place

One hour CPD programme

This 1 hour CPD webinar has been developed for professionals working across the MUO/CUP multi-disciplinary team

Don’t forget to check your junk folder if you don’t receive your registration email.

11:30
Introduction and an insight into Cancer of Unknown Primary Decision Aids
John Symons, Director, CUP Foundation - Jo's friends
Enhancing referral and management of MUO/CUP patients
  • Assess ways to make the CUP diagnostic and treatment pathway work best for clinicians and patients
  • Learn from experiences of active CUP clinical trials
  • Explore the impact of Covid-19 and the work-arounds to manage CUP patient treatment
Sarah Ngan, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, AOS and CUP service lead, and London Cancer Alliance Pathway Chair for CUP
Question and answers with the speaker
  • Your presenter will use this time to answer the questions asked throughout the presentation plus any discussion points raised
  • Cement your understanding of best practice guidance to implement effective service developments and improve your patient pathway
Sarah Ngan, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, AOS and CUP service lead, and London Cancer Alliance Pathway Chair for CUP
12:30
Close of webinar
CUP Foundation - Jo's Friends

Your expert speaker

A unique forum packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice from:


Job Title:
Consultant in Medical Oncology
Organisation
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Biography

Dr Sarah Ngan BMedSci MBBS PhD MRCP is a consultant in Medical Oncology working at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital (GSTT) in London specialising in caring for patients with upper gastro-intestinal cancers, Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) and acute oncology. She was appointed as consultant in medical oncology at Guys and St Thomas’s (GSTT) Hospital in 2012, and prior to this was working at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London. 

Dr Ngan is presently the clinical lead for acute oncology and CUP at GSTT along with network CUP lead for the London Cancer Alliance. She chairs a specialist MDM at GSTT for patients with CUP which is video-linked to units across SE London and is passionate about improving the patient pathway for CUP patients.

Free NHS attendance

Once registered you can view the webinar live or you will receive a link a few days after the webinar to view in your own time. 

Certification of attendance

A certificate for Continuing Professional Development will be given to every fully registered participant who attends the live webinar, as a record of your continuing professional training and development.

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