2nd International Cancer Control Congress

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM


PROGRAM SESSIONS

6 comprehensive sessions will provide options for participants from countries of the world. Each session is being planned by different global experts who collectively represent the Scientific Committee for the Congress. 

TOPIC AREAS TO BE EXPLORED

 

OPENING CEREMONY   

The 2nd International Cancer Control Congress will officially open in the Versailles Ballroom at the Windsor Barra Hotel.
The Opening Ceremony will feature a global overview on cancer control with keynote speakers discussing the Achievements, Challenges and Next Steps in Cancer Control. The Opening Ceremony will include regional entertainment followed by a Welcome Reception. This evening will give you a chance to network with your colleagues, as well as enjoy your first night in Rio de Janeiro.

Dr. Simon Sutcliffe
Chair, International Steering Committee / Vice Chair, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Corporation/ President, BC Cancer Agency

Dr. Franco Cavalli
President, UICC - Switzerland

 


Session 1: “SIMILARITIES AND DISTINCTIONS” BETWEEN CONTROLLING CHRONIC DISEASES AND CANCER

Session Overview

This session addresses the questions (a) What are the incentives and shortcomings of a focus on cancer control vs chronic disease control? (b) What directions are most appropriate to control cancer in context of different economies, priorities and health systems? (c) In what ways can integrated chronic disease and disease specific strategies best complement advancing population-based cancer control and improved health outcomes?

Chairs: Dr. Robert Burton (Australia) & Dr. Eduardo Leon Cazap (Argentina)

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

WHO Chronic Diseases Control Strategy
Dr. Carissa Etienne (PAHO)
Australian Experience in Non-Communicable Disease Control
Part #1 , Part #2
Professor Robert Burton (Australia)
China’s National Chronic Disease Plan;
community based implementation

Dr. Wu Fan (China)
Non-communicable disease control in Latin America
Dr. Eduardo Leon Cazap (Argentina)              

 

SESSON 1 & 2 - WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

Cancer Control in Vietnam & Cooperation with WHO & IAEA-PACT
NGUYEN BA DUC, Dang The Can & TRAN VAN THUAN

Use of Disease Management Tools in Cancer Service Planning: Lessons Learned
Helen Angus

Communities of Practice:  Are they effective for implementing cancer control strategies?
Barbara Poole

Surveillance on Occupational and Environmental Cancer under Healthcare Promotion Logics
INCA

Cervical Screening: Experience at Oauthc Ile-Ife Nigeria
O.A Agboola

PREVENIMSS Strategy and the Coverage of Cervical Cancer Screening at the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), 2003 - 2006
Olga Martinez

Analysis on Breast Cancer Screening Mobile Unit Cost-Effectiveness
Edmundo Carvalho Mauad

Treating overweight and obese patients: an opportunity to prevent cancer
Zelmanowicz, A. ; Tombini, G. and Souza, M.

PREVENTORIUM
FELIX BAUTISTA  MD

Cancer situation analysis: A practical tool to be used by decision-makers
Marion Piñeros, MD MSc

Preventing Cervical Cancer Using the New HPV Vaccines:  Challenges and Opportunities in Low-income Countries
Vivien Tsu, PhD, MPH

Project of Social Responsibility from Oncology Institute of Paraná: “Tobacco: A matter of Consciousness”
Paola A G Pedruzzi

Cancer prevention and the limitations of defining cancer as a chronic, non-transmissible disease
Gulnar Azevedo e Silva  &  Dina Czeresnia

Oncologic Education and Study Group G.E.E.On
Porto Pinheiro, Luiz Gonzaga, MD, PhD

One Country, Many Risk Factors: Crucial Investment and Infrastructure for Cancer Prevention in Canada
Hans Krueger, PhD

The National Committee on Environmental & Occupational Exposures
Dr Alan Abelsohn

Creation of  a Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Project in a Brazilian Region of 1,100 million to meet Brazilian Health Ministry Policies  for Cancer Control
Rodrigues A.N,Lemos S., Vieira N, Silveira D.L, Batista R., Vieira L.D, Lauda A, Quirino R.M

Promoting Health Promoter's Health Shared construction of health promotion and cancer prevention strategies
Sueli G Couto & Fabio S Gomes

Comprehensive Regional Primary Prevention? Successes & Challenges In Canadian Communities
Carla Simon

 

Session 2: “CANCER PREVENTION STRATEGIES” PROGRESS TO DATE AND IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES

Session Overview

This session addresses the questions (a) How is population-based prevention for cancer implemented? (b) What is the progress to date – successes and challenges? (c) What can experience with large, population-based cancer control programs tell us about what works and how to improve outcomes? 

Chairs: Dr. Richard Lessard (WHO)  & Dr. Gulnar Azevedo Silva (Brazil)

PLENARY SPEAKERS:
WHO Strategies for Cancer Prevention
Dr. Andreas Ullrich (Switzerland)
Canadian Strategy for Cancer Prevention and Control, Canadian Integrated Chronic Disease Prevention and Healthy Living Promotion Strategies
Dr. Sylvie Stachenko (Canada)
The Brazilian Experience: Strategic Actions for Prevention of Cancer and other Chronic Diseases
Dr. Ivana Cristina Barreto (Brazil)

 


Session 3: “NOVEL APPROACHES AND TECHNOLOGIES” MATCHING RENEWED EFFORTS TO CULTURAL AND FINANCIAL REALITIES

Session Overview

This session is about matching renewed efforts in population-based cancer control to cultural and financial realities. It addresses the questions (a) What novel approaches and/or technologies are appropriate for “investment” through a population-based cancer control strategy? (b) How can different economies match technologies to their population-disease burden – cost-benefit, technology assessment etc? 

Matching Renewed Efforts in Population-Based Cancer Control to Cultural and Financial Realities.
Co-Leads:
Dr. Ian Magrath (Belgium) & Dr. Rolando Herrero (Costa Rica)

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Evaluation of New Technology and Novel Therapeutics:The Critical Role of Publicly Funded Clinical Trials.
Dr. Edward Trimble (United States)

Recent Development in Cervical Cancer Prevention: Implications for Low and High Resource Settings.
Dr. Rolando Herrero (Costa Rica)

PACT: Using Radiotherapy as an Anchor to Build Self-Sustaining National Cancer Control Programs in Low- and Middleincome Countries.
Dr.Massoud Samiei (Austria)


Session 4:  “CANCER CONTROL AND OUTCOMES” USE OF EVIDENCE INDICATORS IN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEMS

Session Overview

This session addresses the questions (a) What is the value of cancer health indicators in monitoring trends in health systems? (b) How can outcomes be used to compare prevention, early diagnosis, rehabilitation and palliative care activities in different health systems? (c) How can outcomes explain differences in population-based cancer survival? 

Evidence indicators in private and/or public health systems.
Chairs:
Dr. Andrea Micheli (Italy) & Dr. Deborah Malta (Brazil)

The First Global Comparison of Cancer Patient Survival: the CONCORD study.
Dr.Michel Coleman (United Kingdom)

Cancer burden in the world: Incidence, mortality and risk factors.

Annie J. Sasco

Cancer in Latin America: Overview from IARC.
Edward Trapido

Value of Cancer Health Indicators in Monitoring Trends and Outcomes in Brazil. Part #1, Part #2
Dr. Claudio Noronha (Brazil)


Session 5:  “THE VALUE PROPOSITION” OF INVESTING IN POPULATION-BASED CANCER CONTROL

Session Overview

This session addresses the questions (a) How do we express the “value proposition” for investment in population-based cancer control plans? (b) What is the framework for decision making to determine what and whose value propositions are important for improved cancer control? (c) What is the rational basis for resource allocation decisions to improve health/cancer control outcomes?

Chairs: Dr.Mark Elwood (Canada) & Dr. Sergio Koifman (Brazil)

PLENARY SPEAKERS

The INCA Program of Supportive Care for terminal cancer patients
Dr. Luiz Antonio Santini (Brazil)

Using Cost-Effectiveness Information in Planning Cancer Services
Dr. Stuart Peacock (Canada)

Appropriate use of resources for breast cancer screening
Dr.Marilana Lima (Brazil)

SESSON 5 & 6 – WORKSHOPS PRESENTATIONS

Economics, ethics and funding cancer control programs
Stuart Peacock

Impact of the socioeconomic and educational support directed by the Nucleo de Apoio a Criança com Cancer (Nacc) for children with cancer treated in a region with limited resources
Arli Pedrosa & Francisco Pedrosa

Best practices in breast cancer civil society activities in Latin America
Cristina Parsons Perez

Civil Society Trends and Patient Advocacy in Latin America
ALESSANDRA DURSTINE

The Consent Process for Oncology Research Subjects
Vânia Teixeira

Cancer in the Media: a Matter of Public Health
Regina Castro

The Campaign to Control Cancer
Pat Kelly

Prevalence of cervical pre-cancer lesions among women from
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Lívia Maria Pesco Bitencourt1; Ilce Ferreira da Silva2 MSc; Myllena Cândida Mello1; Rodrigo Pereira Lima1; Nilza Mª Sobral Rebelo Ortha3, MD.

Burden of the tobacco epidemic in lower socioeconomic level populations in Argentina
Lic. Mario Virgolini

Pharmacist´s Insertion on INCA´s Home Care: A Search for the Rational Use of Medicines
Leandro Barbosa, Luciana Rosa Bergsten Trombini, Luciano Sant´Anna de Castro, Roberto Malveira

Avoidable incidence of head and neck cancer in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, 1998-2002
Antunes JFL, Andrade FP, Biazevic MGH, Toporcov TN

“Early detection of cancer in Amazonas/Brazil”
Marília Muniz

Mobilization of a Global Community of Practice – Building and Synergizing Activities
Deputy Grand Chief RoseAnne Archibald

Cancer control and ethnic and socio-economic inequalities in NZ
Professor Tony Blakely

Investing in population-based cancer control: Planning and implementing a cancer control program in the real world
Dr Mark Elwood

Economic assessment in cancer control planning in Australia
Dr. Mark Elwood

Cancer Control Council of New Zealand
Craig Tamblyn

Mining Health Plan Claims Data to Improve Population Cancer Screening Efforts
Leigh J. Passman,   João Augusto Martins &  Elias A. Abreu

Gynecologic Oncology Program in British Columbia:  Right Care, Right time, Right Place
Dianne Miller

Patient Demand for Medical Oncologists’ Services: Current Use and Projections of the Future Demand for Care
Angela  Mariotto, Joan Warren, Martin Brown

Cancer control in Brazil: positive public health interventions
Gulnar Azevedo e Silva

Setting Priorities and Getting to Action in Prevention & Screening Programmes - Experience in Ontario
John McLaughlin

Creating a Community of Practice for Comprehensive Cancer Control Planning
Lori Belle Isle & Cynthia Vinson

Health Communication and InformaticsGathering an Evidence Base for
Lila J. Finney Rutten & Ellen Burke Beckjord

Using Visual Information to Better Understand a Flat World
Richard P. Moser

INCTR PAX (Palliative Access) Initiatives
Dr Fraser Black & Dr Stuart Brown

Elevating Excellence in Oncology Patient Care: Canadian Standards and Competencies for Oncology Nursing
Jennifer Wiernikowski

The PQRT Influence in the Latin America Radiotherapy Services
Alfredo Viamonte Marin M.Sc.

Cooperation Between  Radiotherapy Quality Control Program (INCA-Brazil) and National Cancer Institute and Codas Thompson Institute (Paraguay) for the Quality Control Program Implementation
Daniel Ocariz, MSc & Físico Médico


Session 6: “
MOBILIZATION OF A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE” BUILDING, COMPLEMENTING AND SYNERGIZING ONGOING ACTIVITIES

Session Overview

This session discusses building, complementing and synergizing ongoing country/ regional activities to mobilize a global community of practice. It addresses the questions (a) What do we know about how to develop effective international communities of practice? (b) How can we actualize a global community of practice while building on and synergizing existing structures, ongoing activities and networks to support national cancer control programs?

Co-Leads: Dr. Simon Sutcliffe (Canada), Professor Franco Cavalli (Switzerland) & Dr. Silvia Brandalise (Brazil)

PLENARY SPEAKERS

The Children and Life Program: how partners within a country can mobilize a community of practice to enhance cancer control
Dr. Isis Magalhaes (Brazil)

Mobilization of a global community of practice in Latin America and Carribean
Dr Luiz Antonio Santini (Brazil)

Comprehensive Cancer Control: Resources for International Collaboration - how research & service partners across countries can work together to mobilize communities of practice
Dr. Jon Kerner (United States)



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