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ISOPP Symposia offer oncology pharmacy experts informative, engaging and cutting edge programming in world-class locations.
There are topical plenary sessions, concurrent sessions with three streams (Clinical, Research and Fundamental), poster presentations and, of course, numerous opportunities to network and connect with old friends and new colleagues.
In this new age of anticancer therapy, there is no better place to establish and build relationships with oncology pharmacist colleagues with a wealth of local, regional, national and international experience.
ISOPP Symposia attract audiences of more than 500 people from around the world, providing excellent opportunities to establish and cultivate valuable relationships with leaders and pioneers in the field of Oncology Pharmacy.
- Pharmacy Technicians and Assistants
- Cancer Program Administrators
- Government Agency Leaders
- Pharmacy Students
ISOPP members from developing countries or with financial hardship are offered the opportunity through Travel Grants to attend the ISOPP Symposium so that they may expand their knowledge and share it with colleagues in their home countries or regions.
- The 2017 ISOPP Symposium will take place in Budapest, Hungary
Each ISOPP Symposium has a theme around which the educational program is built. At ISOPP 2016, the theme was:
Oncology practice is changing day by day, and the role of oncology pharmacists continues to grow and evolve. ISOPP 2016 will provide oncology pharmacy professionals with essential updates to enhance their work and examples of best practice from around the world.
Past ISOPP Symposia
Past ISOPP Symposia brought international experts together to learn, discuss and network around clinical, research and fundamental topics in oncology pharmacy. Regional Symposia have also been held in Europe, Australia, and the USA.
|2010||Prague||Czech Republic||Irene Netikova|
|2006||Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||Saad Othman & Helen Leather|
|2002||Vancouver||Canada||Jeff Barnett & Kim Stefaniuk|
|2000||Prague||Czech Republic||Martin Benes|
|1988||Rotorua||New Zealand||Helen McKinnon|