National Cancer Survivors Day 2016:
Host your own Pause for the Cause Coffee Party!
Host your own Pause for the Cause Coffee Party!
Join a Hospital Patient & Family Advisory Council!
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Establishing a collective patient vision and set of principles for a national pharmacare strategy
Support Canada's 1 million cancer survivors!
On June 1, the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is hosting a day-long Oncology Roundtable to establish a collective patient vision and a set of principles for a national pharmacare strategy. We invite cancer organizations to attend this Roundtable, which will be held in Toronto.
Click ‘read more’ to learn more about the roundtable and how you can get involved.Read more
Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM EDT – 2:00 PM EDT
Tune in for our next webinar titled: “Pharmacare: Caveat Emptor (Let the Buyer Beware).” Learn what the patients groups considered, what input was included, and what conclusions were drawn.
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Pause for the Cause Coffee Parties help support Canada’s 1 million cancer survivors. We work together to connect, learn and act to raise public awareness, work on survivorship issues, and to grow and strengthen the survivor voice in health policy decisions.
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May 19 Watch this webinar on YouTube! View the slides on SlideShare! Pharma funding of patient groups: the building blocks of ethical and appropriate relationships from Canadian Cancer Survivor Network In this webinar, our panelists explored ethics, transparency, resources, alignment and conflicts… Read more of CCSN Webinar: Pharma Funding of Patient Groups
May 18 Step 1: Make some coffee or tea Step 2: Invite colleagues and friends Step 3: Ask friends to donate Download your registration form and inspirational material below! Forms & Inspirational Material Registration Form Coffee Party Ideas & Inspirations How to… Read more of Host your own Pause for the Cause Coffee Party!
May 12 The Canadian Cancer Action Network (CCAN) and the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review (pCODR), a program of the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) are pleased to jointly launch the recruitment process for a Health Technology Assessment (HTA)… Read more of CCAN and CADTH/pCODR launch recruitment process for a Health Technology Assessment Patient Engagement Navigator
May 5 Watch the video on YouTube: View the slides on Slideshare: CADTH - Why it is important, and what now? from Canadian Cancer Survivor Network Webinar Information This webinar featured a round table discussion focusing on the 2016 CADTH Symposium and… Read more of CADTH Symposium webinar: why is it important, & what now?
May 4 TORONTO, May 4, 2016 /CNW/ - Dr. Janet Dancey, Scientific Director of the Canadian Cancer Clinical Trials Network (3CTN) announced today the roll out of a new national campaign to raise awareness of cancer clinical trials in Canada ahead of… Read more of The Canadian Cancer Clinical Trials Network launches Ask Me Campaign to raise awareness of cancer clinical trials
May 2 On June 1, the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is hosting a day-long Oncology Roundtable to establish a collective patient vision and a set of principles for a national pharmacare strategy. We invite cancer organizations to attend this Roundtable, which will… Read more of Oncology Roundtable: establishing a collective patient vision and set of principles for a national pharmacare strategy
On Tuesday, May 31 at 7pm EST, join Dr. Roger Zemp as he presents Amplifying blood biomarkers with ultrasound to help predict the aggressiveness of prostate cancer. Join Dr. Roger Zemp to learn about how: Blood biomarkers are used in…
Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016 Time: 1:00 PM EDT - 2:00 PM EDT Registration: Click here! Webinar Information Tune in from 1-2pm EDT on Thursday, June 2 for our next webinar titled: “Pharmacare: Caveat Emptor (Let the Buyer Beware).” Oncology…
We opened registration for our 9th Survivor Conference over the weekend, and are already on our way to filling it up! First-time and returning YACCers will join us in our hometown of St. John's, NL between June 9-13 for four…
Abstract Submission is NOW CLOSED The Children’s Hospital Westmead Travelling Fellowship Grant Application deadline has been extended to Friday 1st April 2016. Early bird booking closes: EXTENDED to Tuesday, 5th April 2016 Dear Colleagues and Friends of the Pediatric Neuro-Oncology…
Tickets available here!
MAKE THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE AT NATIONAL PANCREATIC CANCER ADVOCACY DAY JUNE 20 AND 21 | WASHINGTON, D.C. "Life-changing. That is Advocacy Day. To be surrounded last year by people I had never met but had an instant connection with, while…
CCSN is looking for volunteer treasurer! Click here to apply
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Job Posting: College Chair, Patient and Citizen Engagement
pCODR is recruiting 1 oncologist to be an Expert Review Committee Member. Click here to learn more.
Get involved at your local hospital by joining a Hospital Patient & Family Advisory Council. Click here to find one in your area!
Have you experienced delays waiting for take-home cancer drugs? Have you experienced issues at your pharmacy or outside of the cancer system? Share your story with CanCertainty.
Take part in this study on prostate cancer: click here to find out how.
Join the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network’s Citizens’ Panel!
Get involved in a research study focusing on your experience with breast cancer – Click here to find out how.
New Pilot Initiative: Increasing Opportunities for Clinician Input and Feedback in CADTH pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review Process
Would you like to be nominated to sit on cancer and other healthcare boards? Volunteer for CCSN’s A Seat at the Table!
Are you a female between the ages on 30-56 with a BRCA gene mutation? Click here to learn about this research study!
Guest Blog By Arvind ManiDirector of Market Access and Policy ResearchPDCI Market AccessThe pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance (pCPA) recently issued a communiqué outlining their initial perspective on subsequent entry biologics (SEBs)… Read more of Transparent Public Pricing for Biosimilars: pCPA Releases First Principles for SEBs