Clinical trials in Head & Neck oncology

10th November 2021, 19:00 to 20:00 GMT

Overview

This webinar by Mr Andrew Schache will demonstrate the breadth and scope of the current national portfolio of trials in head and neck oncology.

Aims

To provide an overview of the key clinical trial in UK head and neck practice and how to access them.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar attendees should have an understanding of:

  • The UK portfolio of studies and how to access them
  • Awareness of key studies across cancer prevention, H&N curative and recurrent/metastatic settings and survivorship inc surgical trials.

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Panellists

Our panellists include:

Mr Andrew Schache

A graduate of the University of Otago, New Zealand & University of Warwick, Mr Schache trained as a Head & Neck Surgeon in London and in Liverpool. Within the Liverpool Head & Neck Centre, he has broad academic interests molecular oncology and in clinical trials, seeking better outcomes for patients undergoing Head & Neck Surgery. He supervises both clinical and non-clinical doctoral researchers (PhD & MD) from various backgrounds. Mr Schache is the Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery specialty lead for the UoL School of Medicine and is also heavily involved in graduate CPD courses in Advanced H&N Surgical skills and microvascular techniques, and in postgraduate education through MSc module leadership. As well as a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, he is also currently a Member of Council for the British Association of Head & Neck Oncologists and a member of NCRI Research Group in Head & Neck Cancer.

Mr Jagtar Dhanda (Chair)

Consultant Maxillofacial/Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgeon

CPD

1 Hour

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Recording

A recording of the webinar will be made available on this page in the days following the live broadcast.


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