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Almost 60% of European countries do not recognise cancer nursing as a defined specialty, and therefore do not provide targeted educational programmes. This has resulted in vast differences in the education levels and roles of cancer nurses across European countries. The CARE strategy, developed by the European Oncology Nurses Society (EONS), is made up of 31 national cancer nursing societies and aims to address these issues. They run educational events and conferences, and provide online learning resources, among other valuable services. Lena Sharp, President of EONS, gives us an insight into the CARE strategy and the difficulties prevalent in cancer nursing, and how EONS are working with ESMO to create change in this area. Questions: 1. Could you tell us a little about the aims of the European Oncology Nurses Society (EONS)? (0:11) 2. What are the goals of the CARE strategy? (0:39) 3. What resources does EONS provide to cancer nurses? (1:00) 4. What are the major challenges to EONS in the coming years? (1:35) 5. What are the key messages from ESMO that will help the aims of EONS? (2:01) Speaker disclosures: Lena Sharp has nothing to disclose in relation to this interview. Filmed at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2018 Congress, Munich, Germany, 19–23 October 2018
Coverage of the satellite symposium session "Emerging treatments for patients with cancer: practical guidelines and expert insights" presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2017 Congress on Monday 11 September 2017 in Madrid, Spain. The symposium was supported by Tesaro, who provided this video coverage.

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Dr Daniel A Vorobiof, ​Chief Medical Officer at Belong.Life, New York, NY, US, provides an overview of the findings of his study on the impact of cancer-related fatigue on patients and caregivers, and options of management and prevention.​ Belong.Life is the world’s largest professional...
The European Oncology Nurses Society (EONS) is currently undertaking its RECaN project which is aimed at increasing the recognition of cancer nursing across Europe. At this year’s ESMO congress, EONS presented the first two phases of the RECaN project. Past President of EONS, Prof Daniel Kelly,...
Almost 60% of European countries do not recognise cancer nursing as a defined specialty, and therefore do not provide targeted educational programmes. This has resulted in vast differences in the education levels and roles of cancer nurses across European countries. The CARE strategy, developed by...
Editorial board member, Eleni Andreopoulou, discusses interventions to improve the quality of life of patients with breast cancer throughout their treatment. Q. What personalized interventions improve the quality of life of breast cancer patients during and after chemotherapy treatment?...
Coverage of the satellite symposium session "Emerging treatments for patients with cancer: practical guidelines and expert insights" presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2017 Congress on Monday 11 September 2017 in Madrid, Spain. The symposium was supported by Tesaro,...
Sussanne Börjeson discusses the use of rolapitant for patients with CINV. Support: The filming ofthis video was supported by Tesaro.

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