From: Neil Cooper n.cooper@...
We are about to begin a study exploring current trends in oncology. This study will be run as an online forum over an 8 week period and participants will be able to get involved at their own convenience.
We already have a number of oncologists from the UK and USA who have agreed to take part in this study and we would really like to include the perspective of clinicians working in LMICs [*] as we believe this is a very important view point to include.
TAKING PART: WHO? If you are an oncologist working in, or have experience working in, a LMIC or if you are a healthcare professional who regularly treats / manages cancer patients then we would like to hear from you ... and please feel free to forward this mail to any colleague who you think would be interested in taking part.
TAKING PART: HOW? If you are interested please send an email to either me
(n.cooper@...) or my colleague, Anthony (a.rowbottom@...) and we will reply with further details.
Thanks for your time and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
Neil Cooper, CEO, Clinical CURRENT
+44 (0) 20 3137 9910
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HIFA2015 profile: Neil Cooper is Chief Executive Officer of Clinical CURRENT, United Kingdom. Professional interests: Health Informatics, Knowledge Transfer, Information Exchange, Online Technologies, Professional Networks. n.cooper AT clinicalcurrent.com
[*Note from HIFA2015
LMICs = low- and middle-income countries
Thanks, Neil PW]
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