Cascade workshops

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Cascade is aimed at cancer leads working in primary and secondary care.  Events provide the opportunity for idea development, supporting change and innovation.  Sessions are interactive and include a mix of expert presentations and group discussion.  Cascade is a free event for anyone working in primary or secondary care with a specific interest in or remit for cancer.  Previous attendees have included GPs, commissioners, cancer managers and individuals working in public health. 

Feedback from previous events included;

“The best study day I have attended in a long time” and

“Packed with information pitched at a good level”

100% of attendees said that they would like to attend a future event. 

A Cascade event was held in Exeter on Thursday 20 June 2019 

A Cascade event was held in Newcastle on Thursday 18th October 2018

A Cascade event was held in Nottingham on Wednesday 7th March 2018

A Cascade event was held in London on Wednesday 13th December

A Cascade event was held in Bristol on Thursday 14th September 2017.

The Cascade event was held in Leeds on Thursday 11th May 2017.

The Cascade event was held in Cardiff on Thursday 2nd February 2017.

See the agenda for the Cardiff event

The Studio, Glasgow City Centre

The workshop held on Thursday 1st December in Glasgow focused on cancer as a quality improvement topic for GP clusters, tools to support primary care to diagnose cancer earlier and the challenge of diagnosing cancer in specific populations. Attendees heard from national and local speakers, and the workshop encouraged networking, discussion and idea development including group work and interactive sessions.

See the agenda from the Glasgow event

Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading

See the agenda from the Reading event

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