ALTG hosts 4th Preceptorship in Lung Cancer
Established in 2014, the annual ALTG Preceptorship in Lung Cancer workshop continues to educate early career researchers to appraise and evaluate key evidence supporting the evolution of clinical practice of lung cancer diagnosis and management, and to appreciate the importance of multidisciplinary team care and clinical inquiry as the basis for clinical research and trial design.
The 2018 ALTG Preceptorship in Lung Cancer workshop was held on August 17-18 in Melbourne and included 60 attendees including clinicians from medical and radiation oncology and respiratory medicine, preceptors and sponsors.
Based on the survey results of 2017 and the feedback from our Management Advisory Committee; this year’s workshop also included cancer care nurses and consumer representation with the goal to create an MDT perspective within the group, and stimulate new ideas for research.
Early survey results indicate that the Preceptorship successfully engaged the group in active learning, and as a result will impact their current clinical practice. Expected changes for the 2019 Preceptorship; attendees can expect to see the addition of mesothelioma and new research for discussion in Small Cell Lung Cancer.