October 6, 2022

ICCP and cancer control planning related sessions

Tuesday 18 October

  • 16:10  Meet an ICCP expert at the NCI booth (Global village)
  • 16:30 – 17:00 Abstracts Rapid Fire Session: Cancer control planning, cancer registries (Room 3)
  • 16:30 – 17:00 Abstracts Rapid Fire Session: Cancer control planning, multi-sectorial collaboration and costs of cancer (Room 9)

Wednesday 19 October

  • 11:10 – 11:25 Meet the Experts - Improving psychosocial support for cancer survivors across the Globe: NCCPs inclusion (Theme Pavilion 3, level +2 - Espace Wangari)
  • 11:40 – 12:40 Evaluation of a Project ECHO to Support National Cancer Control Plan Implementation in LMICs (L Eldridge) during Abstract Rapid Fire Session: Health systems, health economics and cancer (Room 3)
  • 11:40 – 12:40 The Power of Patient Knowledge: Patients’ Voice in National Cancer Control Planning (Espace Ella Maillart)
  • 11:40 – 12:40 Exploring the link between cancer policies and cancer survival across ICBP countries (E Nolte) during Abstract Rapid Fire Session: Health systems, health economics and cancer (Room 3)
  • 12:50 – 13:50 Facilitating evaluation of the International Cancer Control Partnership: A Logic Model (J-M Bourque) during Abstract Rapid Fire Session: Advocacy, the use of law, powerful collaboration and campaign” (Room S09)
  • 16:20 – 17:20 Policy analysis of content for dissemination and implementation in national cervical cancer control plans in Sub-Saharan Africa during Cancer control planning, classification and financing (Room 3)
  • 17:50 – 18: 50 ICCP Reception to celebrate 10 years of the partnership – by invitation only

Thursday 20 October

  • 09:40 – 10:40 How are we doing? Measuring impact of national/regional cancer plans (Plenary B)

Highlighted ICCP partner sessions and abstracts

  • 18 October 10:20 – 11:50 Indigenous cancer prevention and care – Outcomes from the 2019 World Indigenous Cancer Conference (WICC) and actions towards WICC 2023 (Room 8)
  • 19 October 11:40 – 12:40 System-wide adoption of smoking cessation as a first-line cancer treatment: examples from North America (Plenary F)
  • 19 October 11:40 – 12:40 Building Partnerships for Indigenous Data in Cancer Control (Plenary C)
Global Focus on Cancer
  • October 19, 2022 3:10 – 4:10 Research partnerships: Successful strategies to advance patient-centered cancer control (Plenary B)
  • October 20, 2022 11:10 –12:10 Real world experiences integrating breast cancer early detection and cervical cancer screening with limited resources: leveraging synergy to improve outcomes (Plenary B)
  • 19 October  14:00 –15:00 Integrative Oncology as an effective tool to address cancer treatment and cancer patient management in LMICs (Plenary C)
  • 19 October 12:40 – 13:40 Rapid fire abstract: Results from the 2021 Global Oncology Survey of NCI-Designated Cancer Centers
  • 19 October 12:40– 13:40 Spotlight stage: A systems network model for bridging implementation research and practice (Global Village)
  • 18 October 14:20 – 15:20 Is Latin America ready to overcome the challenges of implementing Precision Medicine? (Plenary E)
  • 20 October  11:10 –12:10 Flagship session: Tobacco control - Generational change (Amphitheatre D)

Digital sessions

  • Global cancer survivorship: Value of research and training for improved patient outcomes and policy development (NCI)
  • Cancer Centers: global hubs for cancer research, education and patient care (NCI)
  • The Impact of Stigma on Global Cancer Disparities (NCI)
  • Strategies for implementation of the cervical cancer elimination initiative - the science of context adaptation (NCI)
  • World Code against Cancer Framework (SLACOM, co-organized with IARC)
  • Development and implementation of a Latin American Breast Centers Network. Is this feasible? (SLACOM)

Digital abstracts

  • Facilitators Enabling Sustainable Cervical Cancer Control Programs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Case Study from Zambia (NCI)
  • An Analysis of Survivorship Care Strategies in National Cancer Control Plans in Africa (NCI)
  • Africa Cancer Research and Control ECHO Content Analysis (NCI)
  • Global dissemination of evidence-based cancer information: U.S. NCI’s PDQ and NCC of China collaboration (NCI)
  • Cancer control plans and policies: Learning from the priorities of the regions of the World (Organized by Instituto National de Cancer, Brazil)