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The 2020 IPOS Members meeting has been scheduled for November 4, 2020 at 8 a.m. EDT (New York/Toronto). Verify your time zone by going to https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html.
This year, the AGM will be held via Zoom. Access information will be included in registrant confirmation.
Advance copy of the meeting materials will be emailed to all registrants closer to the date of the AGM. They will include:
This is not an election year as the board was approved last year for a two-year term. For information on your current board of directors, please go to https://ipos-society.org/about/board
Please note that only current members of IPOS can register/participate. We need a quorum of at least 124 voting members (either in person or by proxy) in order to proceed. Of our members, only individuals holding an “Active” or “Early Career” membership can vote.
To review the IPOS Constitution, please go to https://ipos-society.org/about/organization
Facilitated byHelena Lewis-Smith and the members of the IPOS ECPP committee.
100 attendees maximum. FREE FOR IPOS MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS.
Advance registration required.
Not only has COVID-19 affected our personal lives, but it has also presented challenges for our professional lives. Many early career professionals are facing difficulties at work and experiencing anxiety about the future. This is the first of a two-session webinar and will serve as an informal peer support opportunity for early career psycho-oncology clinicians and researchers, where we can share our concerns and offer support to one another. The second session will involve presentations from senior clinicians and researchers in the field offering guidance on how to navigate our work and careers in light of the COVID-19 epidemic and its impacts. This will be advertised in the near future.
Given that challenges may be different for early career clinicians and researchers, we have organised two different LIVE sessions for each group:
Please note access information will be included with your registration confirmation.
It was obviously difficult to schedule these sessions across different time zones. However, we will be recording the sessions to access at a later date. We look forward to seeing as many as you there as possible!
Webinar We don't suffer alone: the social context of fear of cancer recurrence
Date Tuesday, September 22, 2020 (+1 day for Australia/NZ)
Time 3:30 p.m. PST (convert to your local time)
Duration: 60 minutes
The FORwards Webinar Series aims to bring together the international community of researchers and clinicians interested in fear of cancer recurrence, to provide cutting-edge updates on brand-spanking new research, and to spark conversations and collaborative projects across the globe.
This webinar will be of interest to both clinicians and researchers who want to better understand and manage FCR in people living with cancer and their loved ones.
Attendance is free, but registration is required
Register online by going to https://stanford.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fJYJlMZ1SVafsNMCfNh-OA
This webinar is sponsored by the International Psycho-Oncology Society (IPOS) special interest group on fear of cancer recurrence (FORwards)
Edited by Maggie Watson and David W. Kissane
Paperback | 9780190934033 March 2020 | 192 pages £16.09 | $24.50
This book provides clinical management guidelines for the impact of cancer and oncology treatments on sexual health, fertility and relationships. Employing a practical toolkit format, this volume addresses a spectrum of key topics including: provision of onco-fertility and sexual health support, LGBTQ+ issues, support for adolescents and young people, effective psychoeducational/psycho-sexual interventions, and managing relationships for individuals and couples.
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Fear of Recurrence Webinar Series. This new Zoom-based webinar series aims to bring together our international community of FORwards researchers and clinicians, to provide cutting-edge updates on brand-spanking new research on fear of cancer recurrence, and to spark new conversations and collaborative projects across the globe. Watch your inboxes for details of the first webinar in the series, which will be hosted next month.
Since the 22nd IPOS World Conference was delayed until 2021, the Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Research & Practice – the Official IPOS Journal - published the CAPO 2020 Conference Abstracts. All accepted abstracts from the CAPO 2020 Conference Program are included and FREE to access! The publication is now available by going to https://journals.lww.com/jporp/toc/2020/07001
Also note, ANYONE around the World can now purchase the COMPLETE CAPO Conference recordings (watch at your own leisure and time zone!). This year's conference was a hybrid of LIVE and pre-recorded presentations. The LIVE sessions were recorded and are now available for purchase for anyone that did not register. The recordings include:
As a bonus, all of our pre-conference workshops were recorded and are also included with this package.
To purchase, please go to https://capo.wildapricot.org/event-3935919
Introduction to Theory and Practice (IPODE) and Sexual Health in Cancer Part 1 (IPODE) Online Courses
For a decade now, de Souza Institute has been offering continuing professional development courses to healthcare professionals, to enhance their knowledge and competency and give them tools to provide the best possible cancer and/or palliative care. With online course offerings, participants can start at any time, from anywhere! Join over 16,000 healthcare professionals who have learned with de Souza.
IPOS Members receive 10% off until August 24th on the below courses with coupon code. Please email the IPOS office to request the coupon code.
Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Part 1: Introduction to Theory and Practice (IPODE) - Psychosocial Oncology is a specialty area of cancer care that is concerned with the myriad of psychological, emotional, social and spiritual responses of persons affected by cancer. This web-based continuing education course provides an opportunity for practicing health professionals to explore common psychosocial issues that individuals and families experience when an adult family member is diagnosed with cancer. Primary emphases in the course include understanding the illness experience and assessing distress and coping from a family centered perspective. Enroll by August 17th , course starts on August 17th and ends on December 7, 2020.
Visit the Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Part 1: Introduction to Theory and Practice (IPODE) for additional details, including online classroom dates
Sexual Health in Cancer Part 1 (IPODE) - Sexual concerns are one of the most common cancer survivorship issues, yet they are the least likely to be discussed. Learn skills in assessment and counseling for common sexual health issues in cancer care. Enroll by August 19, course starts on September 3.
Visit the Sexual Health in Cancer course webpage for additional details, including online classroom dates.
Both courses are offered in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology.
Find out more by going to https://mailchi.mp/ipos-society/ipos-xchange-feb112020-1500986?e=9b35f09fec
The update below has been kindly provided by:
Dr. habil. Dégi L. Csaba PhD MSW
IPOS Director · ECCO Director · UBB-BBTE Ombudsman ·
APSCO President · IASLC · CNASR Comisia de Cercetare
This report was commissioned by the European Parliament and the European Cancer Organisation produced the report. IPOS members will be particularly interested in pages 93-96 which cover psychosocial care. This provides powerful support for our members in local advocacy initiatives.
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