On-demand and supported by Cancer of Unknown Primary Foundation - Jo's Friends: developed for professionals working across the MUO/CUP multi-disciplinary team. Take one hour out to delve into innovative patient referral and management ideas.
Get on the road to progressing the referral and care of your MUO/CUP patients
- What are the best ways to make the CUP diagnostic and treatment pathways work for both clinicians and patients?
- How can the experiences of active CUP clinical trials help me with my MUO/CUP patients?
- What can be learnt from the impact of Covid-19 and the work-arounds for managing CUP patient treatment?
Support and guidance for you in your own time
Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice plus benefit from:
- One hour of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
- Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab
|1 hour video | Filmed on Thursday 29th April 2021 | featuring:|
Introduction and an insight into Cancer of Unknown Primary Decision Aids
John Symons, Director, CUP Foundation - Jo's friends
Enhancing referral and management of MUO/CUP patients
Sarah Ngan, Consultant in Medical Oncology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, AOS and CUP service lead, and London Cancer Alliance Pathway Chair for CUP
Your expert speakers
Dr Sarah Ngan BMedSci MBBS PhD MRCP is a consultant in Medical Oncology working at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital (GSTT) in London specialising in caring for patients with upper gastro-intestinal cancers, Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) and acute oncology. She was appointed as consultant in medical oncology at Guys and St Thomas’s (GSTT) Hospital in 2012, and prior to this was working at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London.
Dr Ngan is presently the clinical lead for acute oncology and CUP at GSTT along with network CUP lead for the London Cancer Alliance. She chairs a specialist MDM at GSTT for patients with CUP which is video-linked to units across SE London and is passionate about improving the patient pathway for CUP patients.
John has held appointments in Whitehall, the City of London, charities and academia. He was a member of NICE’s CUP Guideline Development Group (2008-2010) and the NCAT Peer Review Measures expert group for CUP (2011-12); and is presently a member of the MUO/CUP workstream of the NCRI Living With and Beyond Cancer Group. John is a Sloan Fellow of the London Business School and former associate professor at Henley Business School. He was married to Jo.
Supporting NHS professionals during Covid-19
Meet your sponsor
SBK Healthcare would like to thank the Cancer of Unknown Primary Foundation - Jo's friends for sponsoring this unique one hour webinar. The charity’s mission is to ‘Make the Unknown, Known’ by:
- Providing information and support to CUP patients and those who care for them
- Raising awareness of CUP
- Promoting improved diagnosis and treatment
- Undertaking, encouraging or supporting CUP research with the ultimate goal of ending CUP