Lung cancer alliance

lungcanceralliance

Manage the most common symptoms and side effects of lung cancer and its treatment with discussion and tips from leading experts, patients currently coping with side effects and other medical professionals.This series features four webinars, each focusing on a common side effect or symptom of lung cancer and its treatment. Spend 45 minutes with knowledgeable speakers presenting a variety of perspectives, guidance and information on a session topic. The last 15 minutes are devoted to answering participant questions.
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Spotlight

The purpose of this white paper is to set out a strategy for government action to reform healthcare in Canada. The paper supports Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy, the third in the Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference Series. It picks up from Don Drummond’s paper for the second conference, “Health Policy Reform in Canada: Bridging Policy and Politics,”1 which argued that there is enough of a consensus on the substance of meaningful healthcare reform in Canada but a lack of political will to deliver.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Neuroimmune Interactions in Development, Health, and Disease

Essen BioScience

It is increasingly appreciated that crosstalk at the nexus of the nervous and immune systems mediates a delicate balance between dysregulation and homeostasis across many important biological processes. In this Cell Press Webinar, Christopher Hunter (University of Pennsylvania), Anna Molofsky (University of California, San Francisco), and Beth Stevens (Harvard Medical School) will explore emerging developments in our understanding of mediators and mechanisms of neuro-immune interplay.
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Cancer Vaccines Training the Immune System to See Cancer

Cancerresearch

One of the most promising personalized immunotherapy approaches currently being explored in the clinic is cancer vaccines. These vaccines especially patient-tailored versions known as neoantigen vaccines are capable of educating patients’ immune systems about what their individual tumors look like, and in turn, have the potential to improve the immune system’s ability to target and eliminate cancer.
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How to Protect Your Cardiovascular Imaging Data

Change Healthcare

Using real-world examples of healthcare data breaches, we will discuss how hospital systems and healthcare providers can strategically implement security design principles to help reduce costs and manage data.
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Journey to the Cloud: Best Practices for Health Systems

HIMSS Media

Join Adventist Health’s Sarah Schaiper, VP Human Performance Operations and Oracle’s Mike Andrus, VP Human Capital Management Transformation as they share their collective experience in implementing cloud platforms and managing ongoing operations post go-live. You’ll learn about critical organizational, data and implementation readiness activities to consider before beginning your journey, and what to expect from the cloud and your organization post go-live.
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Spotlight

The purpose of this white paper is to set out a strategy for government action to reform healthcare in Canada. The paper supports Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy, the third in the Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference Series. It picks up from Don Drummond’s paper for the second conference, “Health Policy Reform in Canada: Bridging Policy and Politics,”1 which argued that there is enough of a consensus on the substance of meaningful healthcare reform in Canada but a lack of political will to deliver.

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