SGO encourages all medical professionals who are part of the women's cancer care team to submit original research for peer-review by the 2017 Annual Meeting Program Committee.
Abstract, surgical films, and global session submissions are selected on the basis of scientific merit and are allocated to Scientific Plenary, Education Symposium, Featured Poster or Poster Presentations, or Surgical Film Session through a blinded peer review process. The Program Committee reserves the right to select the most appropriate forum for Presentation.
Key Concept 1: Clinical Trials Development in Progress or Concluded
From personalized medicine to practice-changing studies in ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancers.
Key Concept 2: Novel Surgical Techniques
Looking beyond what exists today to the next wave of surgical innovation.
Key Concept 3: Novel Radiation Technologies
Looking beyond what exists today to the next wave of innovations in radiation oncology.
Key Concept 4: International Gynecologic Cancer Care and Delivery
Comparative delivery of International Gynecologic Oncology Cancer and looking at the differentiating standards from International to US of care and cost control.
Key Concept 5: Biomarker Utilization in Gynecologic Oncology
Distillation of translational science novel endpoints specific to clinical trials. Molecular markers and radiologic contribution to gynecologic cancer care to what we have learned from SPOREs. Moving to precision and personalized medicine.
Key Concept 6: Healthcare Delivery Outcomes
Looking at relevant topics on cost effectiveness, quality outcomes and quality measures. Cost containment/minimization studies, comparative effectiveness studies (large cohort studies with cost or quality component in the results) and cost or quality studies that are related to other focused areas such as a surgery-related cost or quality study are examples of studies that are of interest with clinical topics.
Key Concept 7: Gynecologic Pathology & Disease Pathogenesis
Biological behavior of tumors, genomics & surgery. New concepts in pathogenesis.
Key Concept 8: Rare Tumors and GTD
Emerging pathology, treatment and novel emerging therapies.
Key Concept 9: Palliative Care and Quality of Life
Pain and side effect management, survivorship, sexual function, and novel approaches to survival and patient experience.
*Note: Key Concepts for global session submissions are listed below: Link to Global Session Submissions details and submission
- Clinical Trials Development in Progress or Concluded
- Novel Surgical Techniques
- Novel Radiation Technologies
- International Gynecologic Cancer Care and Delivery
- Biomarker Utilization in Gynecologic Oncology
- Healthcare Delivery Outcomes
- Gynecologic Pathology & Disease Pathogenesis
- Rare Tumors and GTD
- Palliative Care and Quality of Life
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