UICC's Virtual Dialogues provide members with enhanced opportunities to connect, exchange knowledge, access expert insights, and share solutions on their respective and common challenges.
Starting with three different formats, the Dialogues are designed to facilitate spaces for members' interaction, immersion on key topics, and the exploration of broader trends.
The three initial formats of the Virtual Dialogues are:
While the launch of the Virtual Dialogues stems from UICC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting the need to adapt our activities to the new circumstances and highlighting our commitment to support the membership through the emerging challenges it faces, it also brings forth UICC’s ambition to stimulate discussions and facilitate connections amongst members beyond in-person interactions.
Informed by feedback from its members, the UICC Virtual Dialogues will initially address three main areas where key challenges for cancer care and control have emerged due to the current global dynamics:
Alongside these, the Dialogues will also provide a channel to draw attention to longstanding cancer control issues and priorities, which must remain high on the global health agenda.
Learn more about upcoming Virtual Dialogues and register your place via the links below.
In this special edition of UICC’s Virtual Dialogues, UICC will unite to honour members, award winners and celebrate the game-changing work by the new graduates of the 2019/2020 UICC Young Leaders programme.
Through powerful talks, this event will reflect on the past year and all that can be achieved in times of crisis and change through visionary, empathetic leadership and collaboration.
Hear from UICC leaders, celebrate the winners of the UICC awards for Best CEO and Best World Cancer Day Spirit and be inspired by the next generation of leaders in cancer control.
This November, join the cancer community around the world as organisations move forward, together.
Further details coming soon.
Access recordings and other knowledge resources from past Dialogues below:
Be sure to check out our latest news and blog articles covering cancer and coronavirus here below. Also, you can find a collection of cancer and coronavirus in English, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese resources here: