Chairs: H. van Poppel, BE - R. Valdagni, IT
Moderators: F. Calvo, ES - L. Denis, BE
The European School of Oncology is pleased to announce the 2nd edition of "ESO Prostate Cancer Observatory: innovation and care in the next 12 months", which will be held during the EAU15 Congress on March 20 in Madrid, chaired by Prof. H. van Poppel and Prof. R. Valdagni.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
ESO Observatories are high level sessions organised during major international congresses with the aim of providing the audience with updated and unbiased information on a given topic. An ESO Observatory lasts about one hour and concentrates on a forecast given by panel of experts of what it is expected to happen in their own field in the coming 12 months.
The Panel includes distinguished clinicians and/or scientists and a patient advocate.
The forecast by each Panel Member is given in the form of take-home concise
messages with 5-minute presentation of 3-4 slides.
The forecast will be discussed by the panel and the presentations published on the ESO webiste.
|The Observatory will be held during the|
Under the auspices of
ESO Prostate Cancer Observatory: Innovation and care
High quality sessions on selected oncologic diseases
Held during the Annual EAU Congress last year, Stockholm welcomed the first edition of the ESO Prostate Cancer Observatory, gathering in one meeting top level experts who
examined and carefully discussed the various perspectives on urological malignancies.
[Read more here]
Article published in "European Urology Today", January-February 2015 edition (Official newsletter of the EAU)
Rita De Martini- Prostate Cancer Programme
European School of Oncology
Via Turati 29, 20121, Milan, Italy
Tel: +39 02 85464527
The Observatory will be held during the 30th Annual EAU Congress.
IFEMA - Feria de Madrid
Avenida del Partenón 5
28042 Madrid, Spain
T: +34 91 722 3000
Please, be aware that there isn't any registration procedure for the Observatory. Attendance is granted to all participants registered to the EAU Congress only.
The conclusion of the Observatory will be published on the ESO website.
F. Claessens, Leuven, BE
K. Touijer, New York, US
M. De Santis, Vienna, AT
G. De Meerleer, Ghent, BE
G. Villeirs, Ghent, BE
K. Mastris, Clayhall Ilford Essex, UK
| 9:50 ||The researcher’s perspective|
F. Claessens, BE
| 9:55 ||The urologist’s perspective|
K. Touijer, US
|10:00 ||The medical oncologist’s perspective|
M. De Santis, AT
|10:05 ||The radiation oncologist’s perspective|
G. De Meerleer, BE
|10:10|| The radiologist’s perspective|
G. Villeirs, BE
|10:15 ||The patient’s perspective|
K. Mastris, UK
|10:50||Take home messages|