ANZCHOG’s Annual Scientific Meeting unites diverse experts to drive innovation, foster collaboration, and enhance care for children with cancer and families.
Annual Scientific Meeting
Every year, Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG) host a conference for members to come together and discuss the latest issues in our field.
The ANZCHOG Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) is an important opportunity for people from different disciplines to collaborate, share ideas and take part in professional development, ensuring we’re pursuing our commitment to improving care for children with cancer and their families.
The ASM is comprised of informative sessions led by speakers from Australia, New Zealand and around the world; practical workshops relevant to our work; a chance for sub-groups to meet up in person; and opportunities to network.
What others say
Annabel Crab was off the chart amazing and every panel member’s contribution was rich and generous. A highlight of the whole ASM.
This was one of the most fruitful sessions, getting a ringside view of different perspectives in a difficult case, and very clinically relevant.
2022 Panel Session
Dr Justin Baker was phenomenal. All his topics were highly relevant.
All relevant to our practice and informative.
Amazing plenary sessions Incisive and thought provoking.
2022 Plenary Sessions
Great meeting, excellent to have in person again! Wouldn’t change a lot from this year’s formula.
An amazing job- thankyou for putting together a fabulous ASM.
3 Reasons to attend ASM
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