CNSA 22nd Annual Congress |20-22 Jun 2019 | Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre | THE COMPLEXITY OF CANCER CARE: | What will the future of cancer nursing look like?

About the Breakfast Sessions

There will be one breakfast session held on Thursday 20 June (prior to the pre-congress symposiums), and three industry supported breakfast sessions will take place on Friday 21 June and one breakfast sessions on Saturday 22 June.

Breakfast sessions are available for all delegates to attend (excluding exhibitors) and spaces are limited and strictly on a first come first basis. A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence. 

Please click on the links below for more information on the breakfast topics.  In order to attend the breakfast sessions, you will be required to indicate your attendance as part of your registration form.


Thursday 20 June

Breakfast Session 1 - Supported by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers - The role of a lawyer in a patient's cancer journey

Friday 21 June 

Breakfast Session 1 - Supported by Roche - The First GAZYVA (obinutuzumab) Infusion for Advanced Follicular Lymphoma: Both Sides of the Story

Breakfast Session 2 - Supported by Novartis - Kisqali in Practice – Australian Real World Outcomes

Breakfast Session 3 -  Supported by MSD - Title be confirmed

 

 Saturday 22 June

Breakfast Session 1 - Supported by Amgen -  Title to be confirmed

 

Thursday 20 June

Breakfast Session 1

Merck

Title:  The role of a lawyer in a patient's cancer journey

Time: 0745 - 0915 - A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence (7.45am - 8.15am). This will be served inside the meeting room.

Presenter: to be confirmed

Description: to be confirmed

 

Friday 21 June


Breakfast Session 1

Roche

Title:  The First GAZYVA (obinutuzumab) Infusion for Advanced Follicular Lymphoma: Both Sides of the Story

Time: 0715 - 0815 - A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence (6.45am - 7.15am). This will be served outside the meeting room.

Chair: Donna Gairns, Lymphoma Care Nurse

Presenters: to be confirmed

Description:

In this symposium we discuss how to manage the understandable anxiety that comes with a follicular lymphoma diagnosis. Starting with a look at the day when a patient is told they have cancer to the beginning of their treatment journey.

novartis

Title:  Kisqali in Practice – Australian Real World Outcomes

Time: 0715 - 0815 - A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence (6.45am - 7.15am). This will be served outside the meeting room.

Presenters: to be confirmed

Description:

A nurses perspective on how to manage 1L metastatic HR+/Her2- breast cancer to optimise patient outcomes on Kisqali (ribociclib)

 

Breakfast Session 3

MSD

Title: to be confirmed

Time: 0715 - 0815 - A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence (6.45am - 7.15am). This will be served outside the meeting room.

Presenters: To be confirmed

Description: To be confirmed



Saturday 22 June

Breakfast Session 1

Seqirus


Title: to be confirmed

Time: 0715 - 0815 - A stand-up buffet breakfast will be provided and available 30 minutes before the sessions commence (6.45am - 7.15am). This will be served outside the meeting room.

Presenter: to be confirmed

Description: to be confirmed