What they say about us
If you are interested in taking part in an ESO event and would like to know what other people have to say about their experience with ESO this page will give you some personal views from past ESO participants.
We are always keen to receive feedback so if you have participated in an ESO event please let us know how it went.
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It was a really fruitful conference and I gained many new updated guidelines in my field and I hope to be kept up and to participate in it next year too
The main objective of the masterclass on clinical oncology is to provide an excellence educational programe with high academic and professional European experts in differents oncological areas to provide continuing medical education for phisicians and improve the oncologists experiences and knowledge.I am pleased to had the opportunity to participate in this great course.
The event was very good, I feel very pleased to be a masterclass member, and have the opportunite to attended this high level educational programme. The scientific programme was very important to us.
A really successful Masterclass! I would like to thank you...ESO team, faculty and all participants... for this great experience.
Well organised. Very "emotional" attitudes from the organisers (especially the president) and speakers. Oncologists are stressed enough with their work and there is no need to get stressed even more because of the presentations of a meeting. They are motivated anyway... there is no need for additional motivations. I guess this has to do with the patient's advocacy part of the conference.....
It was my second ABC event (I was already participant at ABC1). I found very usefull to fully dedicate 3 days to ABC. This concentrate my knowledge on topic and give special insight to early breast cancer patients too.
A very useful and necessary event for clinical oncologists. A large number of reports and materials makes it possible to increase their knowledge and use them in clinical practice. Communication with foreign colleagues allows you to learn new methods of treatment that are used in other countries.I want to thank ESO administration who gave us an opportunity to become a part of this interesting masterclass.
The event were perfectly planned and organized. It gave a great opportunity to get update on the latest advances in oncology. Lectures covered most of topics in clinical and surgical oncology as well as oncopathology and patient care Participants were offered a chance to start networking and some of the connections with fellow oncologists may last for a long time. The Masterclass is a must for all specialist who plan to continue their career in oncology.
It has been amazing. A great opportunity to interact with faculty and share our experiencies in this field. Thanks to the organizers and of course the European School of Oncology
I thoroughly enjoyed coming to this meeting.
All the topics were very relavant to the day to day practice.
The discussions after each topic were very fruitful and informative as well.
The organisation was very good and the venue was superb.
The programme was not clear enough wether this conference was designed for Young fellow or to experienced doctors in the field of breast cancer.
Moreover, even in the case of the funeral of a great gentleman and true chief of medicine such as Professor "name", the change of programme should have been properly annouced so that everyone has the opportunity to adapt is attendance to the meeting according to his true field of interest.
This meeting has been very disapointing to me, probably mainly beceause the target was not clear : teaching students or make sharing experience of breast cancer specialists
(Note from ESO: The change in the programme was communicated in the conference room. According to the participants’ preliminary evaluation on whether the learning outcomes were met: The information was useful and relevant to your work and practice techniques: strongly agree 46, agree 62, neutral 8, disagree 1, strongly disagree 0).
I am an oncohematologist in a Hematology Clinic at a University Hospital and the vast majority of patients in our Clinic are hospitalized for diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma.
The participation in the ESNM-ESO Learning Course on 18FDG PET-CT in Lymphoma (15 - 16/04/2016, Vienna, Austria) contributed to my work as a hematologist with indispensable up-to-date knowledge in interpreting PET-CT findings and using these data in the staging and treatment of lymphoma patients.
My special thanks to ESNM and ESO for this PET-CT Learning Course!
I think that this summit on advanced breast cancer is very important, because we learn how to make life for our patients maybe a little easier. There are so many talks about early breastcancer today, but challange is to treat abc. Hope I can join the ABC4.
Nidhi Sibal - O'Reilly Hall, UCD, Dublin, Ireland
I recently attended the three day conference. Most of the topics were very well presented, well organised programme.
Miaad Al-Attar - O'Reilly Hall, UCD, Dublin, Ireland
Very good meeting, hot topics discussed.
Highly organised. Dublin is a lovely city.
Ibraheem. Mu'azzam Tunau - O'Reilly Hall, UCD, Dublin, Ireland
Well organised, well attended and quality speakers
I felt so honoured to be chosen to attend this educational event. On arrival I was struck by the vast range of participants who had attended. The five days in Ermatingen enabled me to unreservedly question how I practice and why I practice in the way that I do. I feel enriched by the learning experience not only in the classroom but from the many different participants that I spoke to. We were all there with the common goal of wanting to improve ourselves, our knowlegde for better patient outcomes and experiences. The Wolfsberg Conference Centre provided the perfect back drop for long days of lectures, relaxation, fantastic food and networking opportunities. I have comeback enriched with the experience and wanting to change my practice to make things better. Thank you ESO for allowing me to be part of this truly unique, career changing experience. Michelle Lewington AOS/CUP/Sarcoma Clinical Nurse Specialist, United Kingdom
This was a very much appreciated course which provided us with a concise, yet thorough, summary of the main fields of clinical oncology. The programme is intense, but the joy and satisfaction once you've made it is of no precedence. Besides the scientific part, this course was excellent organised in a venue that inspired calmness and peace in between all those hours of intensive knowledge intake! Last, but not least, this was a great opportunity for meeting colleagues from other countries, networking in view of future collaborations and discussing differences and similarities in cancer care between different parts of the world. All in all...highly recommended!
As a sole participant from India, I was initially quite apprehensive when got chosen for this masterclass. When I reached there at Cascais the breathtaking beauty of the place as well as the nature and rich quality of the programme slowly took all my tension away. The format of the masterclass was excellent with highly interactive sessions, critical inputs from fellow colleagues and more and more of miniature talks by the participants only. Towards the end of that intensive 5 days course I was actually wanting more. The course not only broadened my ideas but also could bring out the best in me which probably I was also not aware of. Besides academics the arrangements and entertainments were taken care of with utmost precision by ESO-ESTRO authorities. I would conclude and recommend the course to everyone dealing with cancer care and in future would love to be a part of similar masterclass. Obrigado Portugal.
The course was greatly beneficial with updated information. Thanks to the team of lecturers who gave us this updated information.