Programme Friday 27 September 2024

Time

Programme and Room

08:00-09:00

Welcome & Registration
Room: Trajectum

09:00-10:30

Plenary session 5

09:00-10:30

LMIC - what can we learn from each other (Room: Auditorium 1)

Chair:
Chantal Lammens

Plenary speaker(s):
Chioma Asuzu, Carolyn Taylor, Jayita Deodhar

10:30-11:00

Coffee break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

11:00-12:15

Parallel Sessions 38-45

11:00-12:15

38: ROUND TABLE: Understanding culture, race and ethnicity, and sex and gender in pediatric and young adult cancer research: A review of challenges and recommendations for more equitable, inclusive, and culturally responsive research practices (Room: Auditorium 1)

Theme: Sociodemographic, culture, and sex/gender issues in cancer

Chair:
Sharon Hou, University of Calgary

11:00-12:15

39: Strategies and interventions for person-centered supportive/psychosocial care in LMICs (Room: 0.1)

Theme: Adapting PSO care in LMI countries

Chair:
Isaiah Gitonga, National College of Ireland

  • Oral #155 Stronger Together, a Peer-to-Peer Support Toolkit -Carolyn D. Taylor, Global Focus on Cancer
  • Oral #156 The MADCaP psycho-oncology working group: Extending reach to culturally tailored, evidence-based psycho-social interventions for African men affected by Prostate Cancer -David W. Lounsbury, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Oral #188 Patient-centered care - what does it mean? -Anna Cabanes, Global Focus on Cancer
  • Oral #461 THE IPOS ECHO: Evaluation of the ECHO training model in Pan-African Capacity-Building Program in Psycho-Oncology -Chioma Asuzu, University of Ibadan

11:00-12:15

40: Work & (p)rehabilitation (Room: 0.5)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #515 Adopting motivational counseling to promote return to work: Evaluating a training program for health insurance practitioners -Isha Rymenans, KU Leuven (department of Work and Organisation Studies)
  • Oral #689 Applying the Illinois Work and Well-Being Model to Maximize Return to Work -David R Strauser, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Oral #640 Restore psycho-physical health after illness with a group program focused on aerobic exercise and proper nutrition: the lived experience of an Italian sample of breast cancer survivors -Denise Vagnini, Department of Psychology, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Oral #690 Prehabilitation for people with breast cancer in Aotearoa - New Zealand -Hanna van Waart, University of Auckland
  • Oral #449 Return to work among head and neck cancer patients: a longitudinal cohort study from cancer diagnosis to 5 years after primary treatment -Femke Jansen, AmsterdamUMC

11:00-12:15

41: Adapting the Fear of Cancer Recurrence Therapy (FORT) intervention to new populations: Mexican breast cancer survivors, caregivers of adult cancer survivors, and young adults with lymphoma (Room: 0.11)

Theme: Innovation in psychosocial oncology interventions

Chair:
Sophie Lebel, University of Ottawa

  • Oral #230 Methodological guide for cultural adaptation of manualized psychological intervention addressed to cancer patients (adults) in the context of the LMIC -Lizette GálvezHernández, National
    Cancer Institute
  • Oral #300 Feasibility, Acceptability and Clinical Significance of the Family Caregiver – Fear Of Recurrence Therapy (FC-FORT): A Randomized Control Trial Pilot Study -Jani Lamarche, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa
  • Oral #387 Tailoring Fear of Cancer Recurrence Therapy for Young Adults with Lymphoma: Engaging the Voices of People with Lived Experience -Aliza Panjwani, PhD, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network

11:00-12:15

42: Development and/or testing of outcome measures (Room: 0.8)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #59 “I see the words, but I can’t get them out”: Word-Finding Difficulties in Breast Cancer Patients -Amélie B. Richard, Lyon Neuroscience Research Centre
  • Oral #522 Self-Efficacy for Coping with Cancer: On the Construct Validity of the German Short Form of the Cancer Behavior Inventory -Juergen M. Giesler, University Medical Center Freiburg
  • Oral #457 Can the need for anxiety management interventions during radiation therapy sessions for head and neck cancer be predicted using a questionnaire to screen for claustrophobia? -Kerrie Ann Clover, Psycho-Oncology Service
  • Oral #620 Developing a toolkit to measure quality of life in cancer patients and survivors across Europe: EUonQOL-kit -Alexandra Gilbert, 1Leeds Institute of Medical Research at St James’, University of Leeds
  • Oral #459 Evaluating Cancer Patients’ Experiences with Doctor-Patient Communication: Development and Validation of a New Assessment Instrument -Mei-Ling Chen, School of Nursing, College of Medicine, Chang Gung University

11:00-12:15

43: Psychosocial screening in families facing cancer (Room: 0.9)

Theme: Cancer care across the life span (children, adolescent & young adults, adults, and older adults)

Chair:
Marthe Egberts, Ingeborg Douwes Centrum

  • Oral #116 Family Psychosocial Risk Screening with the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT) - Anne Kazak, Nemours Children's Health
  • Oral #125 Psychosocial screening in families facing parental cancer: Adaptation of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT) and pilot data - Marthe Egberts, Ingeborg Douwes Centrum
  • Oral #275 Development of parental distress in male and female caregivers of a child with cancer -Marnik Paeps, Prinses Maxima Centrum

11:00-12:15

44: Survivorship (Room: 0.4)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #656 Changes of Psychological Distress and Related Factors in Newly Diagnosed Thyroid Cancer Patients: A 12-Month Longitudinal Study - Yeur-Hur Lai, National Taiwan University & Cancer Center
  • Oral #258 Unmet supportive care needs trajectories during the first two years of cancer survivorship: a cross-country comparison between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom -Danielle Wing Lam Ng, LKS Faculty of Medicine, School of Public Health, Centre for PsychoOncology Research and Training, The University of Hong Kong
  • Oral #16 Trajectories of Depression and Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors and Individuals Without Cancer: A Longitudinal Study in Europe - Svetlana Baziliansky, School of Social Work, University of Haifa
  • Oral #253 Health care utilisation and unmet needs in survivors of head and neck cancer in regional/remote Australia: a cross-sectional survey -Poorva Pradhan, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse
  • Oral #288 Psychosocial complaints among advanced cancer survivors treated with immune checkpoint blockade - Nathalie Vanlaer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel (UZ Brussel)

11:00-12:15

45: Other Value-based and person-centered cancer care (Room: 0.2/0.3)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #520 Relationships between dyadic coping, perceived stress and self-efficacy in Chinese nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients. -Jie Jiang, School of Nursing, Sun Yatsen University
  • Oral #126 The Attachment Position of Patients with Cancer: Does it Predict the Intensity of Psychological Treatment? - Martijn van de Kerkhof, Helen Dowling Instituut (HDI)
  • Oral #691 Psychosocial factors associated with quality of life in patients undergoing treatment: an umbrella review. -Chiara Marzorati, IEO, European Institute of Oncology IRCCS, Milan, Italy
  • Oral #112 Psychiatric and cognitive function in patients with serotonin producing neuro-endocrine tumours. - Froukje de Vries, Department of Psychiatry, Netherlands Cancer Institute
  • Oral #277 OPTIONS: What choices did women at increased risk of developing breast cancer make regarding surveillance, risk-reducing surgery and lifestyle changes? -Laura Saris, Division of Psychosocial Research and Epidemiology, Netherlands Cancer Institute

12:15-13:00

Lunch break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

12:30-13:00

Postervisit 4
Poster programme
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

13:00-14:00

Parallel Sessions 46-48 & posterflits sessions 7-9

13:00-14:00

46: E-health (Room: Auditorium 1)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #600 Reasons for refusal to use the psycho-oncology mobile phone application among patients with primary breast cancer - Anna Syska-Bielak , Breast Cancer Center, Maria Sklodowska Curie National Research Institute of Oncology Gliwice Branch
  • Oral #611 Exploring the value of Large Language Model Chatbot responses in answering patient questions regarding melanoma: a comparison with established patient information resources -June Kievits, Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, University Medical Center Rotterdam
  • Oral #521 Empowering Cancer Care: Virtual Psycho-oncology Clinic Approach - Evgeniia Ananeva, Virtual Psychooncology Clinic Salute
  • Oral #627 Developing an online support program for breast cancer and head and neck cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy (OPUS) – A study protocol -Theresa Müller, National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT/UCC), University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus

13:00-14:00

47: Patient centered care (Room: 0.1)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #658 The importance of listening to the patient voice. How a planned ovarian cancer decision aid developed into a diagnosis support tool. -Yvonne O'Meara, School of Medicine, Catherine McAuley Research Centre, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
  • Oral #537 THE MEDIATING ROLE OF MENTAL ADJUSTMENT IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED STRESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CANCER PATIENTS - Charles Umeh, Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Lagos
  • Oral #542 Reframing Cancer Services through Youth Collaboration and Patient-Oriented Research – an example from Finland -Anna-Elina Rahikainen, Helsinki University Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Oral #643 ‘I live with Lynch’ A qualitative interview study exploring support needs for shared decision-making about genetic cancer management - Kelly Kohut, University of Southampton

13:00-14:00

48: Implementation (Room: 0.5)

Theme:

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #576 Early Insights on Clinical Implementation of PsychedelicAssisted Therapies into Psychosocial Oncology Care: Research Driving Practice - Roxanne Sholevar,
    Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Oral #276 Providing equitable and affordable access to clean water for people living with cancer: experiences of addressing financial inequalities in a rural and coastal setting -Kathie McPeake, NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board
  • Oral #75 Perspective of oncological experts - A mixed-methods approach to explore barriers and solutions to enhance suicide prevention - Tamara Schwinn, University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
  • Oral #415 A systematic review and meta-analysis of couple-based dyadic intervention on psychological distress of cancer patients and their partners - Qian Sun, Sun Yatsen University

13:00-14:00

Posterflits session 7 (Room: 0.8)

  • Abstract ID# 197 EVALUATION OF A CANCER SURVIVORSHIP CLINICAL PLACEMENT PROGRAM FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND GENERAL PRACTICE NURSES - Tze Lin Chai, Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
  • Abstract ID# 328 Trajectory of cognitive fatigue and fatigability and associated factors in breast cancer survivors - Sadio Righes, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • Abstract ID# 56 Life Satisfaction in Cancer Patients: The role of social support, locus control and coping strategies - Lovorka Brajkovic, University of Zagreb Faculty of Croatian Studies Department of Psychology
  • Abstract ID# 124 Prevalence of symptoms indicative of late effects: A cross-sectional study of Danish colorectal cancer survivors 5-10 years after primary diagnosis - Johanne Dam Lyhne, Department of Oncology, University Hospital of Southern Denmark - Vejle, Denmark
  • Abstract ID# 170 Fatigue, pain and insomnia in cancer survivors and associations with sociodemographic, lifestyle and clinical factors – a SEQUEL study - Anne Katrine Levinsen, Danish Cancer Institute
  • Abstract ID# 222 Mapping the supportive care needs of cancer survivors in the context of China: A scoping review - Mingchun Deng, Queen's University Belfast
  • Abstract ID# 224 Social determinants of health and physical activity in young adult cancer survivors - Acadia W Buro, University of New Mexico
  • Abstract ID# 370 Analysing the long-term financial toxicity of childhood brain cancer survivorship care. - Jordana McLoone, The University of New South Wales
  • Abstract ID# 389 Gender-based exploration of the experiences of the female partners of prostate cancer survivors living in rural/remote areas: a qualitative study - Anna Green, Centre for Health Research University of Southern Queensland

13:00-14:00

Posterflits session 8 (Room: 0.9)

  • Abstract ID# 421 Preliminary results of a national randomized controlled trial into the effectiveness of a Stages-of-Change-based work rehabilitation program for cancer survivors - Amber Danielle Zegers, Amsterdam UMC, location Vrije Universiteit, Department of Public and Occupational Health
  • Abstract ID# 355 Preparing the Next Generation of Psycho-Oncology Leaders: Systematic Strategies to Develop, Harness, and Nurture Leadership Skills - Juee Kotwal, City of Hope National Medical Center
  • Abstract ID# 255 Psychopathology and mortality risk in men and women diagnosed with cancer: results from a 12-year population-based study - Anna Vigano, Deakin University
  • Abstract ID# 404 Longitudinal associations between senescence-associated biomarkers and peripheral neuropathy symptoms among colorectal cancer patients - Dounya Schoormans, Tilburg University
  • Abstract ID# 405 Longitudinal associations of biological ageing-related markers with peripheral neuropathy in colorectal cancer patients up to 2 years after diagnosis - Dounya Schoormans, Tilburg University
  • Abstract ID# 587 A systematic review on the needs of breast cancer survivors - Sara Paltrinieri, Research and EBP Unit, Health Professions Department, Azienda USL-IRCCS di Reggio Emilia and Public Health Sciences PhD Program, Department of Clinical Sciences and Community Health, University of Milan
  • Abstract ID# 590 Optimising Care: Supporting women with metastatic breast cancer through exercise and diet - Marina Reeves, The University of Queensland
  • Abstract ID# 174 Real-world patient outcomes and experiences with abemaciclib in combination with endocrine therapy for HR+/HER2- advanced or metastatic breast cancer: qualitative findings of a mixed-methods study - Helena Harder, Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer
  • Abstract ID# 218 Employment among self-employed workers five years after a cancer diagnosis: A registry study from Norway. - Steffen Torp, University of South-Eastern Norway
  • Abstract ID# 511 Quality of life in uveal melanoma survivors and ophthalmologist/oncologist communication during survivorship in France – Protocol of a prospective observational mixed-method study - Anita MÜLLER, Psycho-Oncology Unit, Department of Supportive Care, Institut Curie

13:00-14:00

Posterflits session 9 (Room: 0.4)

  • Abstract ID# 196 Prevalence of mental disorders in newly diagnosed cancer patients in relation to socioeconomic status: a multi-center prospective longitudinal observational study - Franziska Springer, Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, Comprehensive Cancer Center Central Germany (CCCG), University Medical Center Leipzig
  • Abstract ID# 329 Exploring Specific Mechanisms of Change in a Dog-Assisted Psycho-Oncological Group Intervention: A Qualitative Interview-Based Analysis - Mareike Thomas, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
  • Abstract ID# 629 Protocol for developing digital psychoeducation to address the psychological distress and treatment nonadherence of women with breast cancer throughout the breast cancer care pathway in Indonesia - Hari Setyowibowo, Universitas Padjadjaran
  • Abstract ID# 500 Psychological distress and MRI surveillance adherence in retinoblastoma survivors aged 15 and over: two-year follow-up - Morgan Dondin, Psycho-Oncology Unit, Department of Supportive Care, Institut Curie, Paris, France
  • Abstract ID# 52 Cortisol, IL-6, Anxiety, Depression and Quality of Life Difference Before and After Mastectomy: A Study Among Indonesian Women with Breast Cancer - Aulia Iskandarsyah, Department of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Padjadjaran
  • Abstract ID# 646 Exploring the factors associated with reproductive cancer and Access to Healthcare Among Women: A Cross-Sectional Survey of four diverse regions in India - Padmaja Gadiraju, Centre for Health Psychology, University of Hyderabad
  • Abstract ID# 62 Experiencing financial toxicity associated with cancer in publicly funded healthcare systems: A systematic review of qualitative studies - Margaret Fitch, University of Toronto
  • Abstract ID# 364 Facilitating Adaptive Coping with Fear of Recurrence Among Breast Cancer Survivors: Qualitative Post-Intervention Outcomes from a Three-Arm Randomized Controlled Trial - Shelley A. Johns, Indiana University School of Medicne
  • Abstract ID# 146 Crucial sources of oncology team resilience at work in Quebec (Canada): A sequential exploratory study using fuzzy cognitive mapping (FCM) - Dominique Tremblay, Université de Sherbrooke
  • Abstract ID# 78 Coping with Cancer: The Role of Perceived Control in Sustaining Mental Health Among Cancer Patients. - Judith Hirschmiller, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

14:00-15:00

Plenary session 6

14:00-15:00

Paving the way for working after cancer: guidelines, policies and practices from different countries (Room: Auditorium 1)

Chair: to be determined

Plenary Speakers: 
Angelique de RijkAdela Popa

We know that working after being diagnosed with cancer is an important aspect of survivorship, for financial, psychological and social reasons. We also know that it is possible in most cases. But countries differ in the extent to which working after cancer is supported. In this keynote, various European countries will be addressed ranging from a comprehensive approach with professionals and guidelines to a limited approach relying on goodwill and expertise of healthcare professionals, and everything in between. Adela Popa will pay particular attention to Eastern Europe and Angelique de Rijk will share the brand-new guideline Cancer and Work from the Netherlands that is based on international literature and expert opinion. The lecture will end with take-home messages for all participants from whatever country, to pave the way to work retention for all workers who have been diagnosed with cancer.

15:00-15:30

Coffee break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

15:30-16:30

Parallel Sessions 49-56

15:30-16:30

49: Hope and fear in people with advanced cancer (Room: Auditorium 1)

Theme: Palliative and end-of-life care

Chair:
Anne Huisman, Netherlands Cancer Insitute

  • Oral #187 Interventions for death anxiety in advanced cancer - Froukje de Vries, Department of Psychiatry,
    Netherlands Cancer Institute
  • Oral #474 Conversations about hope and fear in the cancer clinic - Anne Huisman, Netherlands Cancer Institute
  • Oral #529 Hope springs eternal, but how to deal with it… The meaning of hope from two different perspectives: people with incurable cancer and health professionals - Corine Nierop- van Baalen, Rotterdam University of Applied Science, Research Centre of Innovations in Care

15:30-16:30

50: Sexual life after cancer: Hispanic women's issues, assessment and interventions (Room: 0.1)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Luzia Travado, Champalimaud Clinical and Research Center, Lisbon, Portugal

  • Oral #195 Sexuality assessment in breast cancer survivors (BCS): barriers and opportunities
    - Tania Estapé, FEFOC FUNDACIÓ
  • Oral #239 Mujer Plena: Group intervention to improve sexual life - Isabel Centeno, Hospital Zambrano Hellion-Tec Salud
  • Oral #391 Sexual unmet needs and psychosocial factors in Mexican breast cancer survivors - Lizette Gálvez Hernández, National Cancer Institute

15:30-16:30

51: Psychosocial Care and Pediatric Cancer Survivorship: Current Trends and Way forward (Room 0.5)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Surendran Veeriah, Cancer Institute (WIA)

  • Oral #659 Psycho-Social Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Survivors in South East Asia - Divya Rajkumar, Cancer Institute(WIA)
  • Oral #683 Psychosocial Sequelae of Childhood Cancer Survivors in Low Middle-Income Countries - Surendran Veeraiah, Department of Psych oncology, Cancer Institute(WIA)
  • Oral #685 Partnership in Cancer Survivorship Optimisation : Role of Not for profit organizations - Vandana Dhamankar, Indian Cancer Society

15:30-16:30

52: Advancing Patient-Partner Engagement in Cancer CareServices: Multidimensional Impacts of an Organizational Innovation (Room: 0.11)

Theme: Other Value-based and person-centered cancer care

Chair:
Karine Bilodeau, University of Montreal

  • Oral #226 Promoting Patient-Partner Engagement in Research: A successful collaboration with the Cancer Partnership Hub - Karine Bilodeau, University of Montreal
  • Oral #227 Empowering Patients: The Evolution and Impact of the Cancer Partnership Hub (CPH) from a Patient-Partner Perspective - Sandie Oberoi, Centre intégré universitaire de santé et services sociaux de l'Est-del'Île-de-Montréal
  • Oral #293 Cancer Partnership Hub (CPH): A Comprehensive Approach to Fostering Patient Engagement in Multiple levels in Cancer Care Services - Deborah Pascale, Centre intégré universitaire de santé et services sociaux de l'Est-del'Île-de-Montréal

15:30-16:30

53: Facilitating International Collaboration in Survivorship (Room 0.8)

Theme: Adapting PSO care in LMI countries

Chair:
Kathy Ruble, Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine

  • Oral #153 Global trend, programs, and next steps for psycho-oncology survivorship care - Clifton Thornton, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Oral #154 An overview of post treatment cancer survivorship care in Africa - Isaiah Gitonga, Maynooth University
  • Oral #159 Health care in cancer survivors in Costa Rica, a MiddleIncome Country - Denis Landaverde, Chief of Medical Oncology Mexico Hospital, Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social

15:30-16:30

54: Challenges patients with a rare cancer face, the impact on these patients’ trust and the value of social and clinical networks. (Room: 0.9)

Theme: Equity, diversity and inclusion in cancer care and research

Chair:
Saskia Duijts, Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation

  • Oral #107 Disentangling trust of patients with rare cancer in their healthcare professionals and the healthcare system: a qualitative interview study. - Saskia Duijts, Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation
  • Oral #109 Diagnostic pathways for patients with a rare cancer type: findings from a cross-sectional survey in The Netherlands - Catarina Simões Padilla, The Netherlands Cancer Institute
  • Oral #119 The role of sharing personal stories and discussing different coping strategies: analysis of user generated content on blogs and forums in the context of rare cancers - Katelijne P. Sanctorum, imecSMIT, Studies on Media, Innovation & Technology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

15:30-16:30

55: Towards lifestyle interventions for cancer survivors (Room: 0.4)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Renate Winkels, Wageningen University, Division of Human Nutrition & Health, Wageningen, the Netherlands

  • Oral #488 The effect of a person-centered lifestyle program on cancerrelated fatigue in colorectal cancer survivors: results from the SoFiT randomized controlled trial - Judith de Vries-ten Have, Wageningen University
  • Oral #503 Are lifestyle factors associated with the development of second primary cancers? Results from the PROFILES registry - Nicole Ezendam, Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organization (IKNL)
  • Oral #525 Determinants of trajectories in World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research lifestyle recommendations adherence in breast cancer survivors with and without multimorbidity - Bo Brummel, Center of Research on Psychological disorders and Somatic diseases, Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University

15:30-16:30

56: Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Morbidity and Mortality in Survivors of Pediatric Cancer (Room: 0.2/0.3)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Carolyn R. Bates, University of Kansas Medical Center, Senior Investigator and Associate Professor Departments of Oncology, Psychology and Psychiatry Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research and McGill University Montréal, Québec, Canada

  • Oral #120 NOURISH-T+: A Healthy Lifestyle Intervention Targeting Parents of Pediatric Cancer Survivors with Obesity from Diverse Family Backgrounds - Marilyn Stern, University of South Florida
  • Oral #240 Barriers to connecting adolescent and young adult cancer survivors to evidence-based vaping cessation programs within survivorship clinic settings - Rachel Webster, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
  • Oral #545 Improving HPV PROTECTions in the Pediatric Oncology Setting: Examining the Impact of a Provider Communication Intervention on Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Practices Pre/Post Program Implementation (IM) - James Klosky, Emory University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics

16:30-17:00

 

Plenary closing session

Chair: to be determined

Plenary Speakers: to be determined