In promoting greater equity in cancer control, UICC is striving to:
4,000+ fellowships awarded in the last 50 years
51 organisations received a SPARC grant, to support MBC patients
60 institutions shared their expertise by hosting fellows
400+ learners and 700+ CME credits awarded through online learning
450+ senior executives engaged in the CEO Programme
45 Young Leaders from 27 countries in the alumni community
UICC’s online learning offer has evolved over the years and now includes a dedicated eLearning platform hosting a range of both self-paced and cohort-based online courses.
|23 October 2022||The UICC's Digital leadership programme aims to build the digital capacity of UICC members, so that in turn they are able to become expert digital storytellers, grow their audiences and raise more funds through effective digital campaigns. Learn more here.|
|1 November 2022||
Micro course: Cancer and ageing - the facts, care models and policies
The aim of this course is to highlight the importance of geriatric assessments for older patients with cancer, and how the results can be used to implement interventions aimed at improving patient care and allowing for more tailored cancer treatment. Learn more here.
|1 November 2022||
Master course: Good practices for planning and implementing breast cancer projects
In this course, participants will learn how to find recommendations for breast cancer interventions that are relevant to the resources available to them, conduct preliminary research, plan projects and monitor their outcomes. Learn more here.
|30 November 2022||
The Yamagiwa-Yoshida Memorial International Cancer (YY) Study Grants provide an important opportunity to advance cancer research through international collaboration.
|31 December 2022||
Applications for the following Fellowship programmes are now open.
"I am so grateful for this course and addressing these issues and functionality in a way that is informative and also dispels the beliefs and taboo language and process around sexuality. So good to openly discuss and have good questions to ask. Thank you to the team who put this together and to the lecturers who gave their time and experience - such a well rounded course"
“UICC has pioneered the development of a tailor-made programme to support CEOs of cancer organisations in their leadership role and to help them address today’s challenges in the rapidly changing environment of cancer control. As a CEO myself, I was excited to experience these opportunities to mingle with peers, exchange thoughts and views, and hear about best practice case studies. I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to attend the sessions and meet other CEOs in the cancer field.”
"Being a UICC fellow is an outstanding opportunity to sharpen skills across different areas of cancer research and receive exceptional training to become a leader in the field of cancer control. It is also a valuable route to furthering career development, adding value to the work of one’s home institution and expanding professional networks."