International Congress Munich 2014


The importance of multidisciplinary approaches to lung cancer treatment

Symposium
Chairs: M. Gaga (Athens, Greece), P. Putora (St. Gallen, Switzerland)
Aims: The aim of this symposium is to provide information on the:
- Current status of thoracic oncology training and certification in Europe;
- Importance of multidisciplinarity in thoracic oncology;
- Curriculum and syllabus prepared by the HERMES Task Force with the aim of harmonising thoracic oncology training in Europe; and,
- Certification programme that the HERMES task force recommends.
Diagnosis, staging and therapy-planning for lung cancer
S. Janes (London, United Kingdom)
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The importance of the thoracic oncology multidisciplinary team
G. Massard (Strasbourg, France)
Slide presentation
Slide presentation
Thoracic oncology status in Europe: the need for harmonisation
A.P. Meert (Brussels, Belgium)
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The HERMES curriculum for thoracic oncology: the first step to a pan-European thoracic oncology exam
F. Gamarra (Munich, Germany)
Slide presentation
Slide presentation