2020 Virtual UK Oncology Forum ~ 11 credits from the RCP
We are delighted to confirm that the recorded 2020 UK Virtual Oncology Forum is now fully available to view on the UK Oncology Forum virtual platform. This national clinically focussed meeting is open to UK Cancer HCPs ONLY.
We are proud to continue to collaborate with this important, national, cancer educational conference. We hope that you can visit the exhibition page.
You must register for the UKOF platform, which is available free of charge to UK cancer HCPs. The meeting is CME accredited with 11 credits awarded from the RCP. The meeting includes vital updates and insights from ASCO and ESMO and cancer treatment during the Covid-19 era.
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email from the organisers Athena Meetings & Events. You will need to set a password and enter the site, you MUST use the approved email address that Athena send your confirmation email to. You will be able to save your log in details and return to the platform whenever convenient – to continue to view the clinical sessions.
https://oncology-forum.co.uk/2020-event/ click here to register ~ you are welcome to share with your team and cancer networks
For consultants to receive CME from the UKOF Faculty, all participants must attend:
• Up to 3 UKOF clinical streams – HCPs are welcome to attend all the sessions
• Both keynote lectures
• Please visit the cancer corner section
Athena is obliged to measure the attendance of delegates to the sessions to enable the Faculty to award CME certificates and meet RCP compliance. The UK Oncology Forum Faculty is duty bound by the RCP to evaluate the meeting. Certificates will NOT be awarded unless you evaluate the sessions you have attended.
We hope that you find this highly reputational and clinically focussed meeting informative and useful and we hope to meet in person soon,
The BOPA committee
#OF20 @OncologyForum= please follow the UKOF LinkedIN group for regular updates The 2021 meeting will take place 20 & 21 October
The UK Oncology Forum educational programme has been designed by the Faculty and clinical chairs. No sponsors have had any input or influence in the programme or speaker choices.