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ASCO myConnection provides members with the opportunity to collaborate, participate in discussions, ask questions, receive feedback or resources from peers, and build meaningful connections in the profession. To get started, click on the ALL COMMUNITIES tab in the COMMUNITIES drop down to view the communities that you currently belong to and those that you can join. To join a community in order to engage in discussions, simply select the JOIN button.

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ASCO Medical Education Community of Practice  

An ASCO Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of individuals that comes together based on a shared common interest, passion, or goal. Communities of Practice will provide an opportunity for these interest groups to come together and build community, fellowship, networking, and goals collaboration, both onsite at the Annual Meeting and virtually throughout the year. CoPs are self-organizing in nature, taking a grassroots approach to connect and evolve as a group Members of the CoPs will self-select and rotate facilitation/leadership.

 

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Global Oncology Interest Group  

The Global Oncology Interest Group is a place for the global community of cancer care providers to connect, engage in discussions, share information as well as gather resources focused on professional development, funding, and opportunities that could benefit ASCO’s global oncology community.

 

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International Medical Graduates (IMG) Community of Practice  

An ASCO Community of Practice is a group of individuals that comes together based on a shared common interest, passion, or goal. Communities of Practice will provide an opportunity for these interest groups to come together and build community, fellowship, networking, and goals collaboration, both onsite at the Annual Meeting and virtually throughout the year. CoPs are self-organizing in nature, taking a grassroots approach to connect and evolve as a group, while receiving some support and resources from ASCO staff. Members of the CoPs will self-select and rotate facilitation/leadership.

 

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ASCO Palliative Care Community of Practice  

An ASCO Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of individuals that comes together based on a shared common interest, passion, or goal. Communities of Practice will provide an opportunity for these interest groups to come together and build community, fellowship, networking, and goals collaboration, both onsite at the Annual Meeting and virtually throughout the year. CoPs are self-organizing in nature, taking a grassroots approach to connect and evolve as a group. Members of the CoPs will self-select and rotate facilitation/leadership.

 

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Women in Oncology  

The Women in Oncology Community provides a networking space for ASCO Members to make connections with other women working in the oncology, share resources, focus on professional development, and learn about opportunities in the field.

 

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ASCO Research Forum  

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.

 

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Adolescent and Young Adults (AYA) Community of Practice  

An ASCO Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of individuals that comes together based on a shared common interest, passion, or goal. Communities of Practice will provide an opportunity for these interest groups to come together and build community, fellowship, networking, and goals collaboration, both onsite at the Annual Meeting and virtually throughout the year. CoPs are self-organizing in nature, taking a grassroots approach to connect and evolve as a group. Members of the CoPs will self-select and rotate facilitation/leadership.

 

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State Society Network  

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.

 

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ASCO Geriatric Oncology Community of Practice  

An ASCO Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of individuals that comes together based on a shared common interest, passion, or goal. Communities of Practice will provide an opportunity for these interest groups to come together and build community, fellowship, networking, and goals collaboration, both onsite at the Annual Meeting and virtually throughout the year. CoPs are self-organizing in nature, taking a grassroots approach to connect and evolve as a group. Members of the CoPs will self-select and rotate facilitation/leadership.

 

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