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ESO Activities

An overview of ESO's educational activities:

European School of Oncology (ESO)

The European School of Oncology was founded by Umberto Veronesi and Laudomia Del Drago in 1982, with the aim of contributing to the reduction of deaths from cancer due to late diagnosis and/or inadequate treatment. 

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Masterclasses

What is a Masterclass in Clinical Oncology and who can attend one.

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See infographic HERE (Credit: CancerWorld magazine www.cancerworld.net)

Refresher Courses

What is a Refresher Course and who can attend one.

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Multidisciplinary Course in Oncology for Medical Students

Summer courses designed to give medical students an idea of what it’s like to work in oncology have been run by the European School of Oncology since 2004.

See infographic HERE (Credit: CancerWorld magazine www.cancerworld.net)

e-Learning (e-ESO)

The European School of Oncology offers oncology e-learning courses and sessions via e-ESO (www.e-ESO.net), a platform dedicated to providing distance learning material in the form of E-sessions (live and recorded) and Slides or videos from ESO's events.

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e-ESO Pathways

Each Pathway is made up of a series of concise but mandatory e-sessions (minimum 6 per Pathway). Some Pathways also offer additional slide-only sessions which permit you to delve further into your subject of choice. This platform provides you with regular updates about your Pathways status. Once a Pathway has been completed, you will be notified and awarded a certificate of participation.
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Learning Pills (e-ESO)

Here you will find learning pills on various topics. These e-ESO video clips can be viewed quite easily and quickly. They will provide you with the most up-to-date and important information on your subject of interest in just a few short minutes. Watch our e-ESO pills anytime and anywhere!

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Certificates of Competence and Advanced Studies

Find out what is involved in taking part in a Certificate of Competence or Advanced Studies (Lymphoma, Breast and Lung cancer).

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See infographic HERE (Credit: CancerWorld magazine www.cancerworld.net)

Clinical Training Centres Fellowship Programme

The aim of this core activity is to support young and promising health professionals in the development of their careers in cancer care. The programme gives trainee oncologists of the future the opportunity to spend a period of time (3-6 months) at a centre of excellence in Europe where they will gain more knowledge in their own specialties and experience in a multidisciplinary clinical setting specially designed to address their needs.
Watch the video HERE - See infographic HERE (Credit: CancerWorld magazinewww.cancerworld.net)

ESCO - The College of the European School of Oncology

ESCO is the College of the European School of Oncology. It offers aspiring medical, radiation and surgical oncologists a structured educational pathway that spans their career from medical student through to taking on leadership responsibilities.

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