Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Cascade workshop in Cardiff on Thursday 2nd February 2017.
What is Cascade?
The Cascade initiative aims to support and empower cancer champions working in primary care to drive improvements in cancer control.
Why come to Cascade?
Cascade provides the opportunity to:
gain more insight into the national cancer agenda
learn about practical ways to prevent and diagnose cancer
hear from and meet academics and national leaders in cancer control
network with other cancer champions from other areas
discuss and share ideas for local improvement activities
Sessions are interactive including a mix of expert presentations and group discussion. They aim to provide the opportunity for idea development, supporting change and innovation.
Who is this event suitable for?
Cascade is a free event suitable for those in a position of influence to change cancer delivery and care. Previous attendees have included GPs, health service planners/commissioners, and individuals working in public health.
The workshop on Thursday 2nd February in Cardiff will focus on the refresh of the Cancer Delivery Plan and what it means for primary care, as well as updates on cancer prevention and early diagnosis issues. You will hear from national and local experts including a speaker from the Wales Cancer Network and the workshop will provide a forum for discussion of local issues and idea development.
Book your place
Please complete this form to book a ticket and confirm your place. Please be advised that places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Dr. Richard Roope (RCGP and CRUK Clinical Lead for Cancer)