Te Rōpū Rangahau ō Te Kāhui Matepukupuku (Cancer Society Research Collaboration) is a Cancer Society of New Zealand-funded collaboration which draws together leading cancer researchers in a comprehensive research programme on cancer prevention, care, and support.
The aim of our programme is to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer in New Zealand and to reduce inequities in cancer incidence and outcomes.
We are hosting a series of webinars to share research findings and knowledge related to the following research themes:
- Cancer care and support
- Cancer communication
- Nutrition, physical activity, and alcohol
- Preventing infection-related cancers
- Skin cancer prevention
- Smokefree Aotearoa
More webinar dates and topics will be posted as details are confirmed.
Webinar 2: Skin Cancer Prevention
Dr Bronwen McNoe: Research to support advocacy in skin cancer control in Aotearoa
This talk will outline research projects within the collaboration that have been used to support Cancer Society advocacy in sports organisations, local government, and educational settings.
|Date||Friday, 2 September 2022|
|Time||12:30pm - 1:30pm|
|Audience||Public,Postgraduate students,Staff,Alumni,Allied health professionals|
|Event Category||Health Sciences|
|Contact Name||Rana Peniamina|