Cancer Symptom Trials (CST) and Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC) run, or are involved in, events throughout the year that promote and build our program of research. We also offer workshops to up-skill and support our members and those interested in participating. Details of upcoming events will be added below as they become available.
Immunotherapy Symptoms Clinical Trials: a new paradigm
Audience: Palliative, supportive and cancer care professionals.
Date: Wednesday 12 June
Time: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Venue: VCCC Building, Melbourne
Cancer Symptom Trials (CST) and the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) are co-hosting this event. The forum will comprise two parts.
- Cancer Symptom Trials 11:00am - 3:00pm - Concept Development Workshop: symptoms associated with cancer immunotherapy, new frontiers for clinical trials.
- Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre 4:00 - 5:30pm - Progress and Achievements: showcasing Victoria's palliative care clinical trials.
New study proposals: If you have a new idea for a study or clinical trial related to immunotherapy symptoms, we'd love to hear from you. New study ideas should be submitted to Linda Brown by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 29 May. New study concepts must be submitted on either the CST template (for studies in the cancer-only population) or the PaCCSC template (for studies in the palliative or supportive care population).
Registrations and further information: Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
Concept development workshop: fatigue
Audience: Palliative, supportive and cancer care professionals interested in fatigue
Dates: Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July 2019
Time: 12pm to 5pm Thursday, 9am to 5pm Friday
Venue: Holme Building, University of Sydney
This event will be co-hosted by Cancer Symptom Trials (CST) and the Psycho-oncology Co-operative Research Group (PoCoG) and facilitated by a multi-disciplinary team of experts from CST and PoCoG.
Attend this workshop to develop your research questions and work with fatigue experts to identify gaps in current knowledge and key research questions. Contribute to collaborative discussion and connect with other researchers interested in fatigue.
We welcome researchers and clinical with existing projects and protocols as well as those with new concept ideas. Submit your expression of interest in this workshop to the PoCoG office by Friday 24 May via email to email@example.com.
New study concept proposals: If you have a new study idea related to fatigue, please get in touch. New study ideas should be submitted by email to the PoCoG office on the form below by Friday 24 May.
PaCCSC and CST Joint Annual Research Forum
Audience: Anyone interested in palliative and supportive care and/or cancer clinical trails and research
Date/s: 2020 tbc