CANCER CLINICAL TRIALS: Challenges and Change

The Parkville Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (PCCTU) is delighted to invite you to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day at the annual PCCTU Conference Day on May 17, 2019. This is a free event.

This is an opportunity to hear from clinical trials experts and key opinion leaders, to learn more about trials challenges and to get an update on emerging changes in cancer clinical trials.

  •     Session 1 : The Challenge of Collaboration
  •     Session 2 : The Challenge of Sponsors, CRGs and IITs
  •     Session 3 : The Challenge of Change: The E-Era
  •     Session 4 : Changing Trial Design: The Next Challenge

Registration is FREE and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Please register for planning and catering purposes.

Registrations close on 13 May 2019. 

About the PCCTU

The Parkville Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (PCCTU) is an integration of the Medical Oncology and Haematology Cancer Trials Units of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, the Royal Melbourne Hospital, and the Royal Women's Hospital. The PCCTU exists to improve cancer care and outcomes for patients by providing expert facilitation of cancer clinical trials across the institutions of the Parkville Precinct.