ASCO Breakthrough 2024 is now accepting abstract submissions! Learn more about the submission process here and prepare to share your research at this can't miss global meeting in Asia.
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Good morning, my name is David Calsina Quispe, I'm from Peru, I'd love to (review and publish), I don't have much experience, but I'm sure I can contribute and add, thank you for this group, very friendly, ...
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A community of support for AYA oncologists to share knowledge, facilitate collaboration, promote education and research opportunities, and strategize about barriers to success in the field.
A community of practitioners who are interested in integrating AI into their clinical practice and advancing the field of artificial intelligence. The goal of this community is to learn about new AI technologies that clinicians can integrate into their practice, garner input in the development of new technologies, crowdsource ideas for grant proposals, and/or engage diverse groups in discussions around the future of AI.
The State Society Network is a place for members of ASCO’s State/Regional Affiliates to connect, engage in discussions, share information, and gather resources focused on issues relevant to the practice of oncology.
A community of oncologists who are committed to oncology care in LMICs focusing on access to healthcare services, cancer prevention and awareness, affordable treatments, research and innovation, workforce training, and supportive care.
A community to improve the care of older adults with cancer and their care partners through clinical education to promote geriatric oncology principles for all oncology professionals from trainees to those with well-established boundaries. This community of practice supports community building and networking across interdisciplinary teams and training pathways and advocacy to raise awareness of the unique needs of older adults with cancer throughout the broader ASCO organization.
A community of multispecialty and multidisciplinary individuals with an interest in promoting, evaluating, and implementing high quality survivorship care.
A community of support for International Medical Graduate (IMG) oncologists that provides mentorship, networking, and career building opportunities. This community of practice seeks to identify support opportunities for grants, build advocacy initiatives, and strategize about how to address barriers to IMG careers.
The Hospital- Based Oncology community is intended to connect oncologists around the globe who have chosen inpatient care as their career path.
The ASCO Research Forum serves as a go-to resource for all members of the oncology research community, including physician investigators, research staff, and those involved in community-based and academic-based research programs.
A community interested in the science of medical education by facilitating collaboration, providing resources, and promoting research and scholarship in medical education to advance and disseminate cancer knowledge worldwide.
A community interested in the issues at the interface of palliative care and oncology that span research, peer mentorship, program development, meaning, education, and outreach.
A community to build and bring together a group of ASCO volunteers who want to discuss, debate and learn about health policy regardless of their level of experience. The group would encourage ASCO members of all different backgrounds who have an interest or burgeoning passion for policy or advocacy work to come together.