Programme Thursday 26 September 2024

Time

Programme and Room

08:00-09:00

Welcome & Registration
Room: Trajectum

09:00-10:30

Parallel Sessions 17-24

09:00-10:30

17: Cancer treatment related symptoms (Room: Auditorium 1)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #53 Cranial radiotherapy-related neurocognitive decline: A voxelbased imaging analysis - Charlotte Sleurs, Dept. Cognitive Neuropsychology, Tilburg University
  • Oral #205 Physiological and Psychosocial Challenges Experienced by Younger Colorectal Cancer Survivors. A Qualitative Study. - Claudia Redeker, Birkbeck College, University of London
  • Oral #80 Pretreatment fatigue in breast cancer patients: comparison with healthy controls and associations with biopsychosocial variables - Patricia Blickle, 1 Division of Physical Activity, Preventionand Cancer, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)
  • Oral #68 A mixed-method pilot randomized controlled trial of a remote supportive intervention for individuals taking oral anticancer agents - Saima Ahmed, McGill University
  • Oral #315 Long-term fatigue in oropharyngeal cancer survivors post radiotherapy: the ROC-oN Study - Zsuzsanna Iyizoba-Ebozue, Department of Clinical Oncology,Leeds Cancer Centre
  • Oral #439 Identifying the gap between cancer-related fatigue management guidelines and clinical practice: a systematic review - Marijn Witziers, Department of Health Psychology, University Medical Center Groningen

09:00-10:30

18: E-health (Room: 0.1)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #528 Strategies for national dissemination and implementation of a blended intervention for fear of cancer recurrence. - Esther Deuningsmit, Department of IQ Health, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Oral #462 Psycho-oncology clinicians’ perceptions of the acceptability of blended psychological therapy for the treatment of anxiety and depression in patients with cancer: a qualitative interview study - Kelly Ferrao NunesZlotkowski, The University of Sydney
  • Oral #278 Evaluation of the Effects of Virtual Nature Therapy on Emotional Wellbeing in Oncology Waiting Rooms - Zdeňka Barešová, Department of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University
  • Oral #254 Does an online Healthy Living after Cancer program with telephone coaching continue to improve outcomes compared to a selfguided control? - Morgan Leske, College of Education, Psychology, and Social Work, Flinders University
  • Oral #398 Randomized controlled trial of group blended and individual unguided online mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for people with cancer - Nasim Badaghi, Department of Psychiatry, Radboud University Medical Center
  • Oral #216 Empowerment among breast cancer survivors using an online peer support community - Marina Ruiz Romeo, The Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute IDIBELL, Psychooncology and Digital Health Group

09:00-10:30

19: Family centered care (Room: 0.5)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #410 Virtual Bereavement Support - Improving Care of Families
    Sue Morris, DanaFarber Cancer Institute
  • Oral #388 Patterns of supportive care use in the first two years postdiagnosis: associations with reported need for help and geographic isolation in Australian parents with a child with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia
    Clarissa Schilstra, UNSW Sydney and the Behavioural Sciences Unit, Kids Cancer Centre, Sydney Children's Hospital
  • Oral #22 Dyadic Mindful Self-Compassion Intervention for Lung Cancer Patients and Their Family Caregivers: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
    Juan Li, Xiangya School of Nursing of Central South University
  • Oral #55 Harmful communication behaviors in cancer care: a systematic review of patients and family caregivers perspectives
    Janine Westendorp, Leiden University
  • Oral #236 How to Support Cancer Patient Families: An Example of Psycho-Oncological Intervention at All Stages
    Eloísa Estela da Cunha Fernandes, Portuguese League Against Cancer - Northern Branch
  • Oral #87 Development and implementation of a cultural navigation program supporting international patients and families, including those displaced by war.
    Erica Sirrine, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

09:00-10:30

20: Equity, diversity and inclusion in cancer care and research (Room: 0.11)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #599 Ensuring equity in clinical care for Indigenous Australians
    Fabiola Müller, Amsterdam UMC location University of Amsterdam, Department of Medical Psychology
  • Oral #539 Why participate? Patients and providers' views on commercial clinical trials for advanced cancer in Santiago, Chile
    Loreto FernandezGonzalez, Instituto Oncologico FALP
  • Oral #578 Recommendations to Improve Breast Cancer Care for Black Women in Canada: Patient Perspectives
    Ielaf Khalil, Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Oral #199 Psychological care needs and financial burdens among lymphoma patients in Taiwan
    Chihtao Cheng, Koo Foundation Sun YatSen Cancer Center
  • Oral #556 The State Of Psychosocial Oncology Research Among Canadian Black Communities: A Scoping Review
    Ghizlène Sehabi, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa
  • Oral #32 Utilization of Telehealth Behavioral Oncology Services Within Underserved Populations During COVID-19
    Adaixa Padron Wilborn, TGH Cancer Institute

09:00-10:30

21: Childhood survivorship care (Room: 0.8)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #376 Evolution of cardiorespiratory fitness over a 1-year period in childhood cancer survivors and possible limiting factors
    Nel Van Ermengem, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, KU Leuven
  • Oral #367 ‘Engage’: A new intervention to support distance-delivered childhood cancer survivorship care
    Jordana McLoone, The University of New South Wales
  • Oral #76 The Impact of Health Conditions and Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors on Psychosocial Functioning in Survivors of Childhood Cancer: the DCCSS-LATER Study
    Anne Maas, Princes Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology
  • Oral #272 Unmet supportive care needs of caregivers of children with cancer
    Shraddha Namjoshi, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
  • Oral #591 Emotion and Symptom-focused Engagement (EASE): Pilot Trial of a Psychotherapeutic Intervention for Family Caregivers of Children with Acute Leukemia
    Ally Yu, Princess Margare Cancer Centre, University Health Network
  • Oral #12 Implementation of the Bright Ideas Intervention among Caregivers of Children with Cancer in Uganda: A Promising Approach for Psychosocial Support.
    Rachel Dr Kansiime, Joint Clinical Research CentreMulago ational Specilaised Hospital

09:00-10:30

22: Cancer care across the life span (Room: 0.9)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #147 Comparative policy analysis of cancer survivors’ equitable access to education
    Lisa Carey, Kennedy Krieger Institute / Johns Hopkins University School of Education
  • Oral #471 How does a cancer diagnosis affect economic, education, social, and health outcomes? A matched cohort study of adolescents and young adults in England.
    Richard Mattock, University of Leeds
  • Oral #546 Factors associated with the use of the term 'cancer' in parentchild discussions about parental cancer: insights from parents' experiences
    Salomé Lamal, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • Oral #175 Towards understanding post-treatment self-management learning needs of young adults with hematological cancer
    Benedicta Hartono, Faculty of Nursing, Université de Montréal
  • Oral #416 Dyadic effects of illness cognition and psychological distress among young and middle-aged couples with colorectal cancer: The mediating role of dyadic coping
    Qian Sun, Sun Yatsen University
  • Oral #47 Parent's/caregiver's perspectives on the reasons and strategies for minimizing childhood cancer treatment abandonments at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH),Tanzania
    Elianeth A. Kiteni, Agha Khan univerisity

09:00-10:30

23: Implementation (Room: 0.4)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #48 Facilitating patient-oncologist communication in advanced treatment-resistant cancer: development and feasibility testing of a question prompt list.
    Anne Brédart, Institut Curie

  • Oral #301 Moving beyond barriers: The development of evidence-based strategies to improve the implementation of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in clinical oncology care.
    Eva Boomstra, Department of Psychosocial Research and Epidemiology, Netherlands Cancer Institute

  • Oral #135 THE ATTEMPT TO CONDUCT GROUPS BY THE PROGRAM CONQUER FEAR DURING THE WAR IN UKRAINE
    Kateryna Lysnyk, PhD student of Psychology Faculty Drahomanov Ukrainian State University

  • Oral #524 From Balint groups for oncologists to support groups for refugees
    Alexander Kudryavitskiy, https://kovcheg.live

  • Oral #428 Synthesizing expertise from researchers, educators, health care professionals and experts by experience in oncosexology in The Netherlands
    Ilaniek I.C. Zantingh, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek

  • Oral #262 The effectiveness of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)-therapy on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms and Quality of Life in patients with cancer
    Helen Driessen, Erasmus Medical Center

09:00-10:30

24: Innovations (Room: 0.2/0.3)

Chair:
t.b.d.

  • Oral #356 The COMFORT Trial: A Randomised Control Trial Comparing Group-Based COMpassion-FOcused Therapy Techniques And Breathing Pattern ReTraining With Treatment As Usual On The Psychological Functioning Of Patients Diagnosed With Cancer Recurrence.
    Sinead Lynch, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
  • Oral #360 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to increase compliance to sexual dysfunction treatments in men with prostate cancer: Results from a randomized controlled trial
    Christian J Nelson, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Oral #322 Trajectories of objectively measured stress after a cervical cancer diagnosis: A longitudinal analysis of scalp hair cortisol
    Belle H. de Rooij, Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL)
  • Oral #454 The World of Mental Challenge: Contributions of HealthRelated Quality of Life, Cancer Related Fatigue and Emotional Distress on Mental Health of Cancer Patients
    Nkechi Chukwuemeka, University of Nigeria
  • Oral #696 Worst-case Scenarios as a Strategy to Understand and Reduce Fear of Progression and Trauma Symptoms in Late-Stage Cancer
    Joanna J Arch, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Oral #463 General practice support for oncology patients; the added value of an oncology practice nurse
    Charlotte Maas, Department of Public Health, Erasmus MC

10:30-11:00

Coffee break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

11:00-12:00

Plenary session 3

11:00-12:00

New, me & AI (Room: Auditorium 1)

Chair: to be determined

Plenary speakers:
Sabine SieslingMarije van der Lee

 

12:00-13:00

Lunch break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

12:30-13:00

Postervisit 3
Poster programme
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

13:00-14:15

Parallel Sessions 25-32

13:00-14:15

25: Cancer and Fertility (Room: Auditorium 1)

Theme: Patient oriented research approaches

Chair:
Vicky Lehmann
Department of Medical Psychology, Amsterdam UMC

  • Oral #203 Prevalence and predictors for fertility-related distress among 1010 young adults 1.5 years following cancer diagnosis – results from the Fex-Can Cohort - Claudia Lampic, Umeå University

  • Oral #252 Supporting oncofertility decisions: decision aids and other tools - Michelle Peate, Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Newborn Health, Royal Women's Hospital,University of Melbourne

  • Oral #264 Perceived consequences of fertility preservation (or lack thereof) on young cancer survivors - Vicky Lehmann, Department of Medical Psychology, Amsterdam University Medical Center

  • Oral #349 Fertility status assessment among female survivors of childhood cancer - Brooke Cherven, Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, Emory University School of Medicine

13:00-14:15

26: The Supportive Oncology Collaborative: Enhancing Access and Care through Integrated Supportive Services (Room: 0.1)

Theme: Innovation in psychosocial oncology interventions

Chair:
Carrie Wu
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

  • Oral #362 Doubling Down on Access: How the Integration of Telemedicine and Collaborative Care Expands Reach in Supportive Oncology Services - Carrie Wu, DanaFarber Cancer Institute

  • Oral #378 Integrating Palliative Care with Psychosocial Care in the Supportive Oncology Collaborative - Kate Lally, DanaFarber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School

  • Oral #383 Site-Specific Clinical Implementation of Supportive Oncology Collaborative Teams - Stephanie C Tung, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

  • Oral #386 The Role of Psychology in The Supportive Care Collaborative - Cristina Pozo Kaderman, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School

13:00-14:15

27: New digital technologies to support cancer patients: benefits, challenges and ethical implications (Room: 0.5)

Theme: Digital health and cancer care

Chair:
Friederike Kendel
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

  • Oral #527 Online or Face-to-Face? Differences and challenges in the oncological setting - Friederike Kendel, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Gender in Medicine

  • Oral #531 Digital therapeutic improving distress in cancer patients: a nationwide randomized controlled trial - Franziska Springer, University of Leipzig Medical Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center Central Germany (CCCG), Leipzig

  • Oral #533 Parenting with pleasure - despite cancer? Online-based parenting program for parents with cancer - Tanja Zimmermann, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover

  • Oral #535 The right not to know in the digital age: perspective of patients with a family history of breast and ovarian cancer - Paula Thomas, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Gender in Medicine

13:00-14:15

28: Fear of progression, uncertainty and resilience among patients with advanced cancer living with a long-term response to novel therapies (Room: 0.11)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Melanie P.J. Schellekens
Helen Dowling Institute

  • Oral #429 Development and evaluation of a clinical interview for high fear of progression in people with advanced cancer receiving systemic treatment - Jose A.E. Custers, Radboud university medical center

  • Oral #526 Living with Lung Cancer: the experiences of fear of progression in individuals with lung cancer receiving immunotherapy or targeted therapy - Alanna Chu, The University of Ottawa

  • Oral #598 Protective factors of resilience in advanced cancer patients obtaining long-term response to immunotherapy or targeted therapy: an Ecological Momentary Assessment study. - Laura Zwanenburg, Helen Dowling Institute

  • Oral #612 Validation of the Dutch version of the Mishel Uncertainty in Illness Scale-C in patients with advanced cancer receiving systemic treatment - Cheyenne Braam, Radboud University Medical Center, Department of Medical Psychology

13:00-14:15

29: Creating meaning and purpose: adaptations and developments in Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy (Room: 0.8)

Innovation in psychosocial oncology interventions

Chair:
Annekathrin Sender
University of Leipzig Medical Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center Central Germany (CCCG), Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology

  • Oral #235 Meaning Centered Psychotherapy in portuguese cancer patients – a meaningful experience - Guida Da Ponte, Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health - Centro Hospitalar Barreiro-Montijo
  • Oral #248 “Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy integrating Essential Care” - Tirso Ventura Faci, Psychiatrist, University of Zaragoza, Spain
  • Oral #265 Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for thou art with me (Psalems 23:4): Adopting MeaningCentered Psychotherapy in Multicultural Israel - Gil Goldzweig, The Academic College of Tel Aviv Yaffo
  • Oral #478 LOGOS: Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy in a hybrid design
    for adult cancer survivors in aftercare -
    Annekathrin Sender, University of Leipzig Medical Center Comprehensive Cancer Center Central Germany (CCCG)
  • Oral #42 From paper version to digital solution -The development of a digital Decision Aid to be used in cancer screening in Sweden - Anna Jervaeus, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sverige

13:00-14:15

30: Physical activity as medicine for persistent pain after treatment for cancer: from theory to practice (Room: 0.9)

Theme: Cancer treatment-related symptom and toxicity management

Chair:
Lore Dams,
University of Antwerp

  • Oral #354 Implementing behavioural change in breast cancer survivors
    with chronic pain through physiotherapy -
    Marthe Van Overbeke, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. Ghent University
  • Oral #248 Oral #372 Opening the Black Box in Interventions: Development of a Program Theory - Emma Tack, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. Ghent University, Ghent
  • Oral #401 Barriers and facilitators to physical activity in cancer survivors with pain - An De Groef, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Oral #446 Tailored pain science education for individuals living with persistent pain after breast cancer  - Lore Dams, MOVANT, University of Antwerp

13:00-14:15

31: Sex and Intimate Relationships in Unpartnered Young Adult Survivors of Cancer (Room: 0.4)

Theme: Survivorship

Chair:
Vicky Lehman
Department of Medical Psychology, Amsterdam UMC

  • Oral #263 Dating and sex in survivors of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer -Vicky Lehman, Department of Medical Psychology, Amsterdam UMC
  • Oral #294 Sexual activity in young adult male survivors of childhood cancer – Results from the population-based Fex-Can Childhood study - Lena Wettergren, Uppsala University
  • Oral #215 Sexual Health in Unpartnered Women after Breast Cancer: Report from a joint analysis of two International Multi-Site Prospective Cohorts of Young Breast Cancer Survivors - Sharon Bober, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

13:00-14:15

32: The value of informal care by trained volunteers for patients with cancer and their relatives (Room: 0.2/0.3)

Theme: Community-based and volunteer cancer care services

Chair:
Johanna Kasperkovitz-Oosterloo
Program manager at IPSO

  • Oral #324 Cooperation formal and informal care - Anita WesseliusWuestman, Human
    Talent Consulting

  • Oral #480 Informal care for patients with cancer and their relatives in the Netherlands and its added value - Johanna Kasperkovitz Oosterloo, Program manager at IPSO

  • Oral #489 Informal psychosocial cancer care – an international survey - Lucienne Berenschot, Berenschot Onderzoek en Advies / Ecorys

  • Oral #491 Required changes in the healthcare system to make effective matched care possible - Johanna Kasperkovitz Oosterloo, Program manager at IPSO

14:15-15:30

Parallel Sessions 33-37

14:15-15:30

33: Sustainable implementation of online self-management tools: international challenges and a Dutch implementation example (Room: Auditorium 1)

Theme: Digital health and cancer care

Chair:
Chantal Lammens, The Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation, Utrecht, The Netherlands

  • Oral #95 What is needed for improved uptake and adoption of digital aftercare programs by cancer survivors: a mixed methods study applying the COM-B model -Liza van Deursen, Center for Public Health, Care and Society, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment

  • Oral #111 Clinical implementation of an eHealth Appstore for Dutch cancer survivors and their relatives -Anne de Korte, The Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation

  • Oral #327 Introducing a digital patient-facing support app for breast cancer in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands: a comparative evaluationy -Anne Bruinvels, Px HealthCare

  • Oral #677 Effectiveness and Safety of the Untire App for Managing Moderate-to-Severe Cancer-Related Fatigue in German Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial and Insights on Market Access - Simon Spahrkäs, Tired of Cancer B.V.

14:15-15:30

34: Ultra-Brief Behavioral Interventions for Cancer Survivors: When Less is More (Room: 0.1)

Theme: Innovation in psychosocial oncology interventions

Chair:
Christopher J. Recklitis, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center

  • Oral #90 Sexual Health and Rehabilitation (SHARE): A Brief Clinical Intervention Female Cancer Survivors - Sharon Bober, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School
  • Oral #148 A brief psychoeducational intervention for self-reported cancer-related cognitive impairment: Quantitative and qualitative results of a single-arm prospective study - Lori Bernstein, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
  • Oral #194 Sleep Treatment Education Program-1 (STEP 1): A Randomized Trial Testing a Single-Session Behavioral Intervention for Cancer Survivors with Insomnia - Christopher J Recklitis, DanaFarber/Harvard Cancer Center

14:15-15:30

35: ROUND TABLE Towards equity in psychosocial oncology research: a roundtable discussion with researchers from Australia, Denmark, and the Netherlands. (Room: 0.5)

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

Chair:
Meeke Hoedjes, Tilburg University

  • Oral #379 Making psychosocial oncology research in the Netherlands more inclusive: Results from a cross-sectional survey study among researchers. -Meeke Hoedjes, CoRPS - Center of Research on Psychological and Somatic disorders, Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University, Tilburg, the Netherlands
  • Oral #381 How to involve and include vulnerable patients with cancer in research – experiences from the Danish Research Center for Equality in Cancer (COMPAS) - Susanne Oksbjerg Dalton, Cancer Survivorship, Danish Cancer Institute 
  • Oral #392 Supporting cancer clinicians and researchers to provide culturally inclusive care to Indigenous Australians: an e-learning resource
    Gail Garvey, University of Queensland

14:15-15:30

36: A joint ESGO-IPOS symposium addressing current psychosocial challenges in gynaecological cancer care (Room: 0.11)

Theme: Vaccine hesitancy and public health systems strategies

Chair:
Tania Estapé, Psychosocial Oncology, FEFOC FUNDACIO

  • Oral #713 Fertility preservation in women with cancer: Psychosocial issues and counselling - Joachim Weis, Chair for Self-Helping Research in Oncology CCC Freiburg
  • Oral #714 Patients’ perspective on cancer treatment over the trajectory of female cancer - Kim Hulscher, ENGAGE Co-Chair of ESGO
  • Oral #715 We have solutions for the prevention of Human Papillomavirus related cancers? Why is Canada still searching for a problem? - Zeev Rosberger, Senior Investigator and Associate Professor Departments of Oncology, Psychology and Psychiatry Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research and McGill University Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • Oral #707 Barriers to achieving cervical cancer elimination in Africa - Chioma Asuzu, University of Ibadan

14:15 - 15:30

37: Session cancelled

15:30-16:00

Coffee break
Room: Praetorium/Trajectum and Lobby

16:00-17:15

Plenary session 4

16:00-17:15

IPOS Presidential Plenary: Integrating psychosocial care into routine cancer care: the current state and the future direction. (Room: Auditorium 1)

Chair: Wendy Wing Tak Lam

Plenary speakers:
Luigi Grassi, including panel discussion with Jayita Deohar, Jose Custers, Anja Mehnert-Theuerkauf

Including the following awards:

  • Arthur M. Sutherland Award and Memorial Lecture

17:15-18:30

Free time

18:30-19:00

Bus transfer to conference dinner

19:00-00:00

Conference dinner at La Caverne 

More information and registration can be found here.

23:30-00:00

Bus transfers back to Maastricht