CERVIVA HPV Awareness Symposium
22 Nov 2019
CERVIVA is a TCD led multi-investigator research consortium working in the area of HPV associated diseases (www.cerviva.ie). We are organising this National HPV Awareness Symposium to highlight some of the changes coming down the line in Ireland with respect to HPV based cervical screening and HPV vaccination and to address some of the concerns and challenges arising for health care providers.
The symposium is targeted at health care professionals and researchers with an interest in the field and will cover a broad range of topics pertinent to HPV and recent developments and research in this field. We hope to increase awareness around the whole area of HPV based screening, HPV-associated cancers and highlight the requirement for responsible health services in this area specifically addressing some of the changes coming down the line with respect to HPV based cervical screening and HPV vaccination.
RCPI approved for 6 CPD credits
For full agenda please click on this link http://cerviva.ie/symposiums/cerviva-national-hpv-awareness-symposium
National Survey on Outpatient Communication Experiences.
All women who are attending a
gynaecology outpatient appointment (for any reason) in The Mater
Misericordiae University Hospital, St James’s Hospital, St. Vincent’s
Hospital, Galway University Hospital, Cork University hospital,
Waterford University hospital and Belfast City Hospital are invited to
participate in this National survey.
Laura died on the 20th March 2019. The ISGO remember all of our women effected by gynecological cancers, those whose stories have been heard and those who remain unheard. Like Laura the ISGO is committed to protecting the future of our young generation from cancer and providing excellent care for those women and their families who are and continue to be impacted by gynecological cancers.Go raibh maith agat LauraAr dheis De go raibh a hanam
The Laura Brennan Award“The Laura Brennan Award will be presented on an annual basis by the Irish Society of Gynaecological Oncology to a patient or member of the public as recognition of outstanding achievement in the areas of patient advocacy or patient and public involvement in research. Candidates can be nominated by any active member of the Society. Nominations will be assessed by the executive council of the society and members of the PPI group. The award will bestowed after an open ballot. “