Program Directors’ Retreat

2020 Virtual Program Directors' Retreat

November 12-13, 2020

Learn best practices, gain access to concrete, real-life examples, network and share information with peers. The ASCO Program Directors’ Retreat provides resources for busy Hematology Oncology Training Program Directors and Associate Program Directors to develop the tools they need to satisfy the ACGME program requirements. Registration is complimentary.


The Retreat was developed to expand the knowledge of program directors by exposing them to best practices and enabling them to share information with peers.

Audience & Registration

Registration is open to Program Directors, Associate Program Directors, Program Coordinators, and Key Clinical faculty. There is no registration fee to attend. Registration is now closed.

View the 2020 Retreat Attendee Packet

Components of the 2020 Retreat

View the Agenda

Thursday, November 12, 2020
11 AM – 1 PM ET:    Broadcast Education Sessions

  • Pre-recorded presentations that can be watched during the broadcast times or on your own time afterwards.  If participating during the specified broadcast times, session faculty will be available to interact with attendees via live chat.

Friday, November 13, 2020
10 AM – 1 PM ET:    Live Education Sessions

  • Presentations occurring live in real time and will include live Q&A with faculty and attendees as well as breakouts for small group discussion

Monday, November 16 – Friday, November 20, 2020

The week following the Retreat: Continued Conversations

  • Interested attendees will be matched-up with other Program Directors/Associate Program Directors or Program Coordinators in small groups of 3-5 individuals. They will coordinate 30 to 60-minute connections that would be casual, virtual and provide an opportunity to network, ask follow-up questions, share tips and tricks, etc.


If you have any questions, please call 571-483-1766 or email the Professional Development team.

Random Quote

"Precision medicine has begun to transform the lives of many patients with cancer, but its application in clinical practice is enormously complex. ASCO hopes to contribute to and advance the field by providing oncologists with the training, tools, and data they need."
Richard L. Schilsky, MD, FACP, FASCO
ASCO Chief Medical Officer