SIOG presidential session and SIOG 2018 awards

2018-08-07T15:17:00+02:00

Chairs: Stuart Lichtman (US), Hans Wildiers (BE)11:30-11:45 - Presidential Address - Hans Wildiers (BE)11:45-12:00 - SIOG CEO Address - Najia Musolino (CH)12:00-12:10 - SIOG 2018 Calabresi award presentation - Martine Puts (CA)12:10-12:30 - SIOG 2018 Awards - Stuart Lichtman (US) and Hans Wildiers (BE)SIOG 2018 Nursing & Allied Health Investigator awardSIOG 2018 Young Investigator awardSIOG 2018 Young Research PrizeSIOG 2018 Best Poster award

SIOG presidential session and SIOG 2018 awards2018-08-07T15:17:00+02:00

Industry sponsored satellite session – Day 3

2018-08-07T15:14:00+02:00

The following industry sponsored satellite session is being organized by Pierre Fabre Oncology.10:30-11:30 Chemotherapy optimisation in elderly MBC and NSCLC patients:clinical considerationsChair: Matti Aapro (CH)10:30-10:35 Introduction: Guidance from SIOG guidelines - Matti Aapro (CH)10:35-10:55 Good sense approach in the selection of chemotherapy agents and schedules in Metastatic Breast Cancer - José Manuel Lopez Vega (SP)10:55-11:15 How can we improve chemotherapy outcomes in advanced NSCLC? - Andrea Camerini (IT)11:15-11:25 Panel discussion11:25-11:30 Take-home message - Matti Aapro (CH)

Industry sponsored satellite session – Day 32018-08-07T15:14:00+02:00

Oral abstract session: Hematologic malignancies and basic science

2018-08-07T15:12:00+02:00

Chairs: Heidi Klepin (US), Nina Neuendorff (DE)09:00-09:12 - O17: Decision model for treatment of aml patients aged 70 and older. External validation in a large institutional cohort - Martine Extermann (US)09:12-09:15 - Discussion and questions09:15-09:27 - O18: Cognitive impairment, hypoalbuminemia, high CRP and past history of gastro-intestinal ulcer: 4 markers of frailty which identify patients with malignant hemopathies who don't benefit from standard dose chemotherapy - Stéphanie Dubruille (BE)09:27-09:30 - Discussion and questions09:30-09:42 - O19: Frailty predicts survival and toxicity in newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients ineligible for autologous stem cell transplantation; report of the hovon-87/NMSG-18 study group - Claudia Stege (NL)09:42-09:45 - Discussion and questions09:45-09:57 - O20: Functional status is associated with outcomes after allogeneic stem cell transplantation for older patients with hematologic malignancies - Li-Wen Huang (US)09:57-10:00 - Discussion and questions

Oral abstract session: Hematologic malignancies and basic science2018-08-07T15:12:00+02:00

Plenary session: Geriatric oncology – How research should influence clinical care and future research

2018-08-07T15:09:00+02:00

Chairs: Etienne Brain (FR), Hans Wildiers (BE) 08:00-08:25 - The best of the Journal of Geriatric Oncology - Supriya Mohile (US) & Siri Rostoft (NO)08:25-08:50 - From another perspective - EHA - Dominique Bron (FR)08:50-09:00 - Discussion and questions

Plenary session: Geriatric oncology – How research should influence clinical care and future research2018-08-07T15:09:00+02:00

Mini multidisciplinary team (MDT) case discussion

2018-08-07T14:29:00+02:00

Chairs: Shane O’Hanlon (IE), Martine Extermann (US)Panellist: Ponnandai Somasundar (US)SIOG 2018 attendees will have the possibility to submit their cases prior to the conference. Further information will be available in due course. Session objectives:To illustrate how lessons can be learned from reflecting on MDT decisionsTo demonstrate how a truly diverse MDT membership can be advantageous when dealing with challenging casesTo show the depth of knowledge and experience of SIOG's audienceTo encourage MDT members to "think outside the box" and reflect on how the team can improve its performance

Mini multidisciplinary team (MDT) case discussion2018-08-07T14:29:00+02:00

SIOG/MASCC joint session: Supportive care in older adults with cancer in 2018 – What does it look like?

2018-08-07T14:27:00+02:00

Chairs: Andrew Davies (GB), Christopher Steer (AU) 16:30-16:45 - Early integration of palliative care in older adults with cancer - Andrew Davies (GB)16:45-17:00 - What is the role of the nurse in supporting older adults with cancer? - Annie Young (CA)17:00-17:15 - Supportive care vs geriatric oncology care - What is different; what is common? - Gilbert Zulian (CH)17:15-17:30 - Do we need a subspecialty of geriatric supportive care? - Christopher Steer (AU)

SIOG/MASCC joint session: Supportive care in older adults with cancer in 2018 – What does it look like?2018-08-07T14:27:00+02:00

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