Clinical oncology webinars

Our webinars are facilitated by leading experts and cover various hot topics and essential training issues. Each webinar is approximately 60 minutes and RCR members will have the opportunity to interact live with speakers and fellow participants. CPD credits will be awarded and for those unable to participate, recordings are available under previous webinars (member login is required).

Clinical oncology summer school series 

As a gesture to the UK oncology trainees who have been deployed to support the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Frances Yuille, Medical Director of Education and Training and the RCR professional learning and development team have created a programme of one-hour teaching sessions which will be shown as live webinars to ensure oncology trainees have access to further education to hopefully compensate for any disruptions over the past few months. 

These will be recorded and made available for colleagues not able to join the live session, and for non-RCR members. The links will be published under previous webinars (member login is required).

Confirmed webinars are listed below, but many more will be added to this schedule over the coming days and weeks, so please check regularly for updates.

Thursday 16 July, 19:00-20:00 (BST)
Treatment for cervical cancer, led by Professor Peter Hoskin, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
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Tuesday 21 July, 19:00-20:00 (BST)
 Treatment for endometrial cancer, led by Dr Rachel Cooper, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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Monday 27 July, 14:30-15:30 (BST)
Controversies in the management of Hodgkin lymphoma, led by Professor Tim Illidge, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester 
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Wednesday 29 July, 19:00-20:00 (BST)
Treatment of non-melanomatous skin cancer, led by Dr Grant Stewart, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust  
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Monday 3 August, 19:00-20:00 (BST)
Radiotherapy techniques for haematological malignancies, led by Professor George Mikhaeel, Guy's Cancer Centre, London
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