IPOS 2022: WORLD CONGRESS REIMAGINING PSYCHOSOCIAL ONCOLOGY: EMBRACING VOICES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
TORONTO, CANADA • AUGUST 29 - SEPTEMBER 1, 2022
The shared mission of the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) and the International Psycho-Oncology Society (IPOS) is to foster the science and practice of psychosocial oncology to improve the care for people affected by cancer through partnerships, research, public policy, advocacy and education.
Our 2022 World Congress will create an opportunity to bring together an international body of health care professionals. This forum encourages new global partnerships and allows for the dissemination of ground-breaking research to professionals and the general public about psycho-oncology, that is, the psychosocial (psychiatric, psychological, social, behavioural, ethical) and psychobiological aspects of oncology. Finally, this forum allows us to recognize exceptional contributions from around the world to the field of psycho-oncology through our awards of excellence.
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ANTHONY P. BOSSIS, Ph.D
Use of Psilocybin for the Treatment of Psychosocial Distress in Palliative Care and at the End-of-Life
Anthony P. Bossis, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and NYU Center for Psychedelic Medicine conducting FDA-approved research with the psychedelic compound psilocybin since 2006.
Raising Our Voices to Reduce Cancer Disparities: Bringing Cancer Care to American Indian Tribal Lands
Kim Thiboldeaux is a nonprofit executive, thought leader, and author who has made her mark on the global stage by ensuring that the patient’s voice is at the center of every conversation about cancer.
“Can You Hear My Voice?” follows the one-of-a-kind Shout at Cancer choir, whose members have all had their voice boxes removed, as they prepare for and perform their most ambitious concert - a sold-out performance at London’s historic Tabernacle theater.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR NICOLE RANKIN
Embracing health equity: opportunities to transform research translation in psycho-oncology
Associate Professor Nicole Rankin is an implementation scientist in the Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney, Australia.
Taming Uncertainty: Facing Cancer in the COVID Era
Roger Levesque speaks to the steep ups and downs of being diagnosed with Stage IV cancer nearly two years ago, his treatments and experience in the medical system during the pandemic, and his insights as a standardized patient helping to train medical personnel.
LONNEKE VAN DE POLL-FRANSE
Survivorship care in the new landscape of personalized medicine
Lonneke van de Poll-Franse is Professor of Cancer Epidemiology and Survivorship at the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI)/ Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation and Tilburg University.
SUPPORTING THE CONGRESS
In order to assist us in holding this important event, we are seeking support from interested organizations that believe this event to be the right fit for their brand.
IPOS 2022 Congress will provide a unique opportunity for your organization to be associated with the interactive platforms for allied health professionals, clinicians, laboratory scientists, and specialists from all over the world. You can gain exposure and interaction with relevant stakeholders on a local and international level. We seek support to enable us to hold this event as funds raised through industry support will go directly towards the cost of running the event.
Partnering with the IPOS 2022 World Congress of Psycho-Oncology offers:
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