UK cancer services and patients have had to deal with previously unimaginable challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Clinical teams have adapted to keep services operational and researchers have collected rich prospective data on the effect of COVID on cancer care. In this series of talks we will explore what has been learnt - the effects of delayed diagnosis, the adaptations made in radiotherapy and systemic therapies and the future of vaccination in cancer patients.
Dr Tom Roques, medical director, clinical oncology, Royal College of Radiologists and Professor Samreen Ahmed, consultant medical oncologist, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
6.05pm Delays in cancer diagnosis
Dr Ajay Aggarwal, consultant clinical oncologist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and advanced fellow, National Institute for Health Research
6.20pm NHS-E - data on cancer waits
Professor Peter Johnson, professor of medical oncology, University of Southampton and national clinical director for cancer, NHS England and NHS Improvement
6.35pm RTDS data during the pandemic
Dr Katie Spencer, academic fellow in clinical oncology, University of Leeds
6.50pm SACT dataset
Dr James Clark, SpR in medical oncology, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
7.05pm Oncologists' wellbeing during COVID-19
Dr Susana Banerjee, consultant medical oncologist and research lead for gynaecology, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
7.20pm COVID-19 vaccination in cancer patient
Dr Sheeba Irshad, medical oncologist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
7.35pm UKCCCM data
Dr Lennard Lee, academic clinical lecturer in oncology, University of Oxford and deputy lead for LFD quality and assurance, Test and Trace, Department of Health and Social Care
7.50pm Closing remarks
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