Colorectal Cancer Study Days
An essential update in early diagnosis, screening, treatment and survivorship
11 July 2017
University of Westminster, New Cavendish Street, W1
This free study day is designed for practitioners caring for people affected by colorectal cancer in primary and secondary care settings.
The day aims to:
- Inform healthcare professionals about all aspects of colorectal cancer including, symptoms, screening and prevention, treatment, and the impact of a bowel cancer diagnosis.
- Provide insight from the patient’s perspective.
- Give participants the confidence to empower their patient group to overcome barriers, change lifestyle behaviours and seek advice.
- Inform and influence day-to-day practice and future developments.
Download the study day programme.
The study day will run from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Complete the registration form and reserve your place
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“This was a very informative conference and a useful update that will help me to inform patients effectively. It was thoroughly interesting, the speakers were incredible and the information given extremely helpful. Would recommend to fellow colleagues.” Previous attendee
Norgine has provided financial support for this meeting.
None of the meeting sponsors have had input into the content or speaker selection