Request For Applications

Read the letter from NNECOS Past President Dr. Steven Ades about this exciting new program!

NNECOS will award a limited number of educational grants (typical range between $2,000 and $4,000) in sponsorship of local educational activities. NNECOS will accept requests for applications (RFAs) from NNECOS members to support an educational endeavor (clinician‐focus or patient‐focused) at their practice or institution. These meetings will not be CME‐sponsored. NNECOS will review applications on a rolling basis until available funding has been awarded. Please see our list of available presenters/topics.


Applicant Responsibilities:

  1. Submit plans for meeting and detailed budget via online application process
  2. Assume all responsibility for adhering to his/her practice or institution guidelines
  3. Provide appropriate recognition/acknowledgment of NNECOS as program sponsor
  4. Provide post-event report/documentation, within 7 days of the event, including a summary of the meeting attendance, budgetary issues, etc.
  • NNECOS encourages the use of local expertise within the NNECOS and tri-state area for faculty
  • Please consult the online faculty list for topics/suggestions; faculty outside of this list is also acceptable.
NNECOS Responsibilities:
  1. Review proposals and provide feedback
  2. Provide guidance as requested
  3. Provide funding in a timely manner


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 to learn more!

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.

NNECOS Sponsored Program at DHMC in 2016

NNECOS Sponsored Expert Visit 2016

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Sandown, NH 03873-0643
Telephone (603) 887-1948

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