MAKE IT STOP – a documentary about Ewing sarcoma by the Ewing Cancer Foundation of Canada – debuts scheduled for Richmond Hill ON (Sept 23), Labrador City (Sept 7), St John’s NL (Sept 17) and Fall River NS (Sept 23). Richmond Hill debut features live music by Tom Corrigan
MAKE IT STOP. A DOCUMENTARY.
You are cordially invited to celebrate the Debut of our most recent project. Through this important 45 minute documentary, we will share with you the history of Ewing sarcoma, stories of people affected and hear from doctors and researchers in Canada.
It will move, inspire and educate you!
September 23rd, 2017
Cosmo Music (Cosmopolitan Music Hall)
10 Via Renzo Drive
Richmond Hill, ON
Film screening will begin at 2:30
Refreshments and live music by Tom Corrigan
There is no charge for admission, however donations are greatly appreciated. Please say you’ll come and share this Debut experience with us. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 1st.
We are also hosting Debuts in the following areas; contact email@example.com if you would like to attend.
- Labrador City- Sept. 7th
- ST. John’s NL Sept. 17th
- Fall River NS Sept. 23rd
NEW⇒C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition. Registration due 08-Sep-17. Grants due 29-Sep-17. All areas of research welcome. Spread the word!!
C17 is pleased to announce a SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT COMPETITION for both the C17 Research Network Operating Grant Competition (Round 20) and the Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition (Round 5). This competition does not replace the regular fall competition. It is an additional funding opportunity.
- C17 Operating Grant Competition: Round 20 Call for Applications (released 20-Jun-17) – download here
- C17 Ewing Sarcoma Competition: Round 5 Call for Applications (released 20-Jun-17) – download here
- Short Letters of Registration are due September 8, 2017 – download form here
- All who submit a registration are welcome to submit a full grant application
- Grants are due September 29, 2017 – download form here
- Updated C17 Application Instructions and Award Guide (20-Jun-17) – download here
- Expected notification of grant results – November 2017
The C17 operating grant competition is focused on multicenter, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology/hematology research. The Ewing Sarcoma Competition is focused on research with a direct application into the causes, treatment, cure and quality of life for young people with Ewing Sarcoma.
Forms and documents can be found attached as linked above, and can be downloaded from www.c17.ca/council-and-administrators/research/ under Committees> Research Network.
If you have any questions, please contact the C17 Research Network Coordinator, Leah C. Young, Ph.D. leah.young2 (at) ahs.ca
Synoptic Reporting Webinar: Pediatric Patients with Ewing Sarcoma (22-Mar-2017, 1pm EST, free registration requi
Dr. Dina El Demellawy, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Pediatric Pathologist, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa and the University of Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. EST (60 minutes presentation; 30 minutes Q & A)
- To review the College of American Pathologists’ (CAP) protocols related to Ewing Sarcoma and its use by pathologists specializing in pediatric oncology.
- To understand changes in the latest revision of the CAP cancer protocols and electronic cancer checklists.
This webinar will provide expert advice for advancing pediatric oncology through optimal pathology investigation, moving toward standardized reporting, and incremental clarity of clinical implications.
As part of POGO’s long-range plan for childhood cancer in Ontario, a task force was initiated in 2012 to determine reporting protocols currently in use, to review/ generate/ approve reporting templates and conventions, and to recommend future practice in Ontario. The task force identified and endorsed the College of American Pathologists’ (CAP) Ewing Sarcoma protocol as the expert consensus-based approach to reporting and is recommending its adoption in Ontario. The task force is co-chaired by Dr. Joseph de Nanassy (Division Chief, Anatomical Pathology, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario), Dr. Gino Somers (Head, Division of Pathology, Hospital for Sick Children) and Dr. David Malkin (POGO’s Medical Director from 2011-2016).
Please visit http://www.pogo.ca/education/synoptic-reporting/ to register for this free webinar. Webinar login details will be provided upon confirmation. Your registration by March 17 is suggested.
Questions? Contact Jamie Irvine, Assistant to the Conference & Educational Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-592-1232, ext. 227.