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JSMO Young Oncologist Preceptorship (Singapore: December 8th -10th, 2017)

【Learning objectives】

JSMO has identified the need to provide young oncologists with more training in the field of NSCLC due to the rapidly evolving management paradigms. This is an educational course that aims to provide oncologists with a thorough understanding of multidisciplinary management of NSCLC. The training will take the form of a preceptorship program to educate young oncologist to become leading international experts with the support of a distinguished multidisciplinary faculty. The program comprises plenary lectures by leading experts, brain-storming on clinical trials and working sessions, which will be submitted by participants. There is an emphasis on interaction between preceptors and participants, and discussion sessions are provided after each session.

The main learning objectives are:
 • To learn about multidisciplinary management of NSCLC.
 • To learn how to promote each individual participant’s research.
 • To learn the presentation skills needed to participate in international academic society.
 • To learn how to create a concept sheet for clinical trials.
 • To learn how to make evidence-based decisions on standard care for NSCLC patients.
 • To build deep relationships with other future opinion leaders in Asia.

Download the preliminary program   Download the preliminary program

• Title: JSMO Young Oncologist Preceptorship (YOP)
• Date: December8th–10th, 2017
• Place: Singapore
• Venue: Hotel Fort Canning 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881
TEL: +65 6559 6795  FAX: +65 6338 8915
• Participants: 15People(9 from Japan,7 from Asian countries)
• Co-Chairs: Hirotoshi Akita (Hokkaido University), Kenji Tamura (National Cancer Center Hospital)
• Preceptors:
 Daniel SW Tan (National Cancer Center Singapore), Singapore
 James Chih-Hsin Yang (National Taiwan University), Taiwan
 Chia-Chi (Josh) Lin (National Taiwan University Hospital), Taiwan
 Hirotoshi Akita (Hokkaido University)
 Yuichiro Ohe (National Cancer Center Hospital)
 Kenji Tamura (National Cancer Center Hospital)
 Makoto Maemondo (Iwate Medical University)

【Who can apply】
 for young oncologists (≤50 years of age) from Asian countries (e.g. Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Singapore). All sessions will be provided in English. It is strongly recommended for those who would like to be primary investigators and opinion leaders in Asia in the field of lung cancer in the future.

【How to apply】
Please follow the steps below.
Step 1:Application via Online form(Online form information will be used as the contact address)
Step 2:Please download each format below, and must be sent those 3 documents by Email ().1) CV
2) Motivation sheet
3) Copy of passport (Page with individual ID photo)
* Your personal information which we receive from you shall be securely kept by us and shall not be used for any purpose other than YOP.

【Application period】
The application has been closed.

【Result Notification】
Around the middle of September 2017
 *If accepted, we will request 10–12 slides on your own research, and this will be used for the “Presentation Skills” session in the preceptorship.

【What’s included?】
 • Accommodation (2 nights in Hotel Fort Canning in Singapore)
 • Round trip travel expenses (Your home country to Singapore)
 • Meals in Singapore (2 breakfast/2 lunch/2 dinner)
 • Teaching materials for YOPP
 • Short tour of the National Cancer Center Singapore

【Contact us】
Shiba Park Building 6F
2-1-15, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0013 JAPAN