ASCO is seeking medical institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) in the Asia-Pacific region to organize one or two live educational courses per year as part of the Society’s International Cancer Corps (ICC). The request for proposals (RFP) process is now open, and all proposals are due December 1.
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On February 11-12, the National Cancer Policy Forum hosted a workshop at the National Academy of Medicine in Washington, DC, entitled “Developing and Sustaining an Effective and Resilient Oncology Careforce.” Over the course of the two-day workshop, ASCO volunteer and staff leadership and several other ASCO members gave presentations and participated in panel discussions. ASCO President-Elect Howard “Skip” Burris, MD, FASCO, discussed his institution’s experiences leveraging organizational culture and leadership to promote change in the oncology careforce.