The landscape for Oncology Care is changing at a rapid pace. With EIOC we envision this platform be a meeting ground for global and regional experts to meet for better learnings and take away valuable experiences to their workplace. EIOC which stands for Excellence in Oncology Care is a platform for not just one cancer specialty but a holistic approach to 14 sub therapies within Oncology.
Highlights of EIOC 2019
Workshops and Sessions
Breast oncology sessions will address the management and the implementation of new discoveries into clinical practice, including optimal multidisciplinary management of patients and its application to practice.
5 CME Credits
The breast surgical oncology will focus more on the case based studies with regional experience from the physicians from the region to make a clear understanding on the pre surgery and post-surgery management on different and difficult cases.
4 CME Credits
Workshops will include valuable information on state of the art technologies and methodologies in the field of imaging, including discussions covering CT-, MR- and PET-imaging in all kinds of malignant tumors.
6 CME Credits
GI oncology sessions will focus on the controversies that clinicians face in day to day practice while treating patients for GI tumors. Session will include debates on GI malignancies, surgical videos and interaction with experts from all over the world.
4.25 CME Credits
Discussions on specialized field of gynecological oncology by experts will cover pivotal developments and innovative practices including challenging topics for surgeons, oncologists, pathologists, radiologists and nurses.
3.25 CME Credits
Focusing on critical topics including molecular and surgical methodologies, the session will carry out different debates, case studies and panel discussions on the current existing issues of modern malignant tumor treatment.
3.5 CME Credits
Learn about up to date issues on treatment, symptom management, unique patient situations, and more. Sessions will provide practical, implementable information for nurses working in oncology-specific settings or other locations.
6.25 CME Credits
The session is designed for physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers interested in acquiring, maintaining, or expanding the skills needed to function effectively in the field of palliative care.
2.5 CME Credits
This will consist of operative cases which will be linked live to a session with interactive discussions on the options available for each case and to best utilise the resources available.
5 CME Credits
Since immunotherapy is a comparatively new topic to be touched upon, it has scopes for a lot of further research. This session will explore different immunotherapy methods to treat tumor cells.
3 CME Credits
Aiming to discuss the challenges faced by the Head Neck oncologists working in the low-medium resource settings, the course discusses the cost effectiveness and utility of some of the most recent drugs and technologies.
8.25 CME Credits
The session is focused on diseases of the urinary tract. Diagnoses, treatments and surgeries of the bladder, urethra, prostate and more.
3.5 CME Credits
The focused track will benefit oncology healthcare professionals as well as dieticians and nutritionists to understand the nutrition management for oncology patient.
2.75 CME Credits
This session will give insight to the patient point of view towards oncology care giving and how to cope with the social, physical and emotional trauma through various organizations and institutions.
Workshops and sessions
Regional & International Faculty