2018 ANNUAL MEETING NEWS!

2018 Grunberg Memorial Lecturer Dr. Barbara McAneny, AMA President Elect!

We're delighted to announce Dr. Barbara McAneny, President-Elect of the American Medical Association, as the 2018 Steven M. Grunberg, MD Memorial Keynote Lecturer! Save the Date for the 2018 Annual Meeting & Palliative Care Symposium, November 2-3, 2018 and check back in May for more information! 

Spring Innovation Meeting & OCN Review Course Success!

Spring Meeting Photos

poster winners  prize winners

Special thanks to the NNECOS Nursing and Allied Health Professional Advisory Committee (NAHPAC) for putting on a tremendous Spring Meeting and OCN Review Course last month! With more than 150 participants and exhibitors in attendance, it was a terrific Saturday for education and collegial networking, including fun prizes for our Passport to Prizes winners pictured above! Contratulations to our poster ribbon winners and abstract podium presenters as well. You can check out the terrific abstracts on our website!

SPOTLIGHT ON NNECOS FUNDED PROJECTS

Student-Led Research Grants

Applications Accepted on a Rolling Basis


NNECOS is seeking Student-Led funding proposals for projects of value to the entire Northern New England community of cancer care providers and cancer survivors. The society seeks to award one or more project grants to worthy proposals, up to a total of $2,500. Learn more or apply at www.nnecos.org/student-research

Past Grant Recipient Videos

Meet Student-Led grant recipients Lilly Waddell and Hyunsoo No to learn more about their projects and the role that NNECOS funding played.


Collaborative Research Grant Funding!

The deadline for the next NNECOS Collaborative Research Grant cycle is Friday, June 1st. Up to $20,000 available per grant cycle! Eligible candidates will be a current NNECOS member in good standing. Projects should be in alignment with the society’s mission to assure access to high quality oncology care in our region. Preference will be given to projects promoting collaboration amongst NNECOS institutions (academic and community). Fellows and others are strongly encouraged to apply.  Learn more past grant projects funded and how to apply at www.nnecos.org/research.

Kudos to Our 2017 Grant Recipients!

NNECOS awarded a total of $45,694 in research grants to 2017 applicants over the course of two application cycles. Congratulations to Kara Landry, MD, Antoine Harb, MD, Mike Pelchat, RPh, and Christopher Anker MD. We can't wait to learn more about your projects as outcomes are available.

 

 

 


 

Check Out the

NNECOS Classifieds!

New jobs have been added to the NNECOS Classifieds recently. Check them out at www.nnecos.org/classifieds.

 


SAVE THE DATE

save the date for the 2018 annual meeting

NNECOS EDUCATION

Have You Taken the NNECOS Educational Needs Assessment?

Take the Educational Needs Assessment

In an effort to better understand the educational needs of the oncology community in Northern New England, the NNECOS Education Committee has developed a brief Educational Needs Assessment to inform future educational offerings and opportunities. Please take a few short minutes to share your insight and help us in our ongoing efforts to fulfill our mission of assuring the availability of and access to high quality cancer care in our region.


Educational Program Grants

Stowe Weekend of Hope!

Stowe Weekend of Hope

NNECOS is delighted to announce that an educational program grant has been awarded to the Stowe Weekend of Hope in support of the Hope and Wellness Through Movement Day. Founded in 2001, the Stowe Weekend of Hope offers an educational and inspirational retreat for cancer survivors and their families. Do you know someone who would benefit from participating in the 18th annual Stowe Weekend of Hope? Visit https://www.stowehope.org/ to learn more!


NNECOS Visiting Professor

Visiting Professor Dr. Steven Ades
Steven Ades, M.D., M.Sc., Associate Professor of Medicine, Hematology / Oncology Division, The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine was the NNECOS visiting professor at Eastern Maine Medical Center, Bangor and Cancer Care of Maine, Brewer on April 4, 2018. He began the day by attending the multidisciplinary cancer conference, followed by a talk on ‘new advances in the treatment of metastatic adenocarcinoma of the prostate.’ Dr. Ades also gave a lunchtime seminar on ‘advances in imaging and treatment of oligometastatic adenocarcinoma of the prostate.’ Sessions were attended by the medical, surgical and radiation oncology departments, as well as CCOM nurses, advanced practice nurses and research staff. Dr. Ades’ visit was sponsored by a NNECOS Educational Program Grant. To learn more about available presenters/topics or to apply for a grant, visit http://nnecos.org/Educational-Grants.

 


 

Celebrating our
2018 NNECOS Group Members!



Thank you for your commitment to NNECOS and quality cancer across northern New England!

NHOH

CancerCare of Maine

 Mercy Oncology-HematologyOncology-Hematology

Champlain Valley 

 Norris Cotton Cancer Center

 

Oncology & Hematology at Parkland

 Alfond Center

 New England Cancer Specialists

Medical Oncologists &  Malignant Hematologists UVM Medical Center

 
Radiation Oncologists

UVM Medical Center

 

Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society
P.O. Box 643
Sandown, NH 03873-0643
Telephone (603) 887-1948
info@nnecos.org

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