Certificate Programs New

Certificate ProgramsIGCS Certificate programs are self-guided educational programs and available to all IGCS Members through the IGCS Education360 Learning Portal. The learner may set their own pace to complete the course work, required readings, and post-tests in easy-to-follow modules. At completion, the learner will be provided with a certificate and may access the materials at any time. Home > Education & Research > Certificate Programs Nursing Certificate Program Program provides ..

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IGCS Global Meeting

Home > Education & Research > Annual Global Meeting REGISTER HERESPONSORSHIPABSTRACT SUBMISSIONPROGRAM AT A GLANCEBOOK YOUR HOTELFAQSCRITICAL DATESWELCOME LETTERRegistration is OpenIGCS will offer in-person and on-demand registration options for IGCS 2024.Registration details, including pricing and deadlines, are outlined hereRegister HereAbstract SubmissionThe deadline for regular abstracts and surgical films is now closed.The submission of late-breaking & trial-in-progress abstra..

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Advocacy Summit 2022

2022 IGCS Gynecologic Cancer Survivor-Caregiver Summit: Care Beyond the CureThe Advocacy Summit was held at the Javtis Center in New York, NY September 28, 2022 in conjunction with the IGCS Annual Global Meeting. The recurring themes throughout the summit included discussion around patient advocacy in cancer research and clinical trials, and survivorship care programs.Recordings of the presentations are available below and publicly searchable on IGCS’ YouTube channel.Clinical Trials: A Patient..

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Patient Perspectives Roundtable

Home > Advocacy For Patients > Education & Resources > Patient RoundtablesAdvocacy: Outreach & EngagementAbout Gynecologic CancersAbout the IGCS Patient Perspectives Roundtable Series Virtual Roundtables will facilitate first-hand assessment of patient community needs and concerns provide vetted information, assessments, and guidance from key opinion leaders and seasoned survivors/advocates address current patient and wider community concerns through live responses to question p..

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Advocacy Summit

Save the Date! 2024 IGCS-IGCAN Gynecologic Cancer Survivor-Caregiver SummitOctober 15, 2024, in Dublin, IrelandThis year, the IGCS Advocacy Summit is coming to Dublin, Ireland and will be held the day before the IGCS Annual Global Meeting begins. Our annual patient- and advocate-focused event invites the advocacy community to learn about and discuss topics of importance to gynecologic cancer survivor-patients, their caregivers and family members, and all those dedicated to patient advocacy ..

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Country Classifications

IGCS Member dues rates vary based on profession and economic status classifications from the World Bank. Click the tabs below to view countries by economic classification.The Latin American countries participating in the IGCS Strategic Alliance Partner Program are listed below. High IncomeMiddle IncomeLow IncomeParticipating Latin American CountriesHigh IncomeANDORRAANTIGUA AND BARBUDAARUBAAUSTRALIAAUSTRIABAHAMASBAHRAINBARBADOSBELGIUMBERMUDABRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDSBRUNEICANADACAYMAN ISLANDSCH..

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Outreach & Engagement

Our Global NetworkOur mission is to create and sustain a broad Network of organizations and individuals that work collaboratively—in sisterhood—“to enhance the care of women with gynecologic cancers worldwide,” with the core value that every woman under every circumstance deserves and must receive the best possible quality of care and quality of live, resulting in best outcomes.In concert with the IGCS Global Health Equity position, the Network is established with “the clear understand..

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Global Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program

Home > Mentorship and Training > Global Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program The IGCS Gynecologic Oncology Global Fellowship Program is a comprehensive two-year education and training program designed for regions around the world that do not currently have formal training in gynecologic oncology. When physicians in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) do not have access to specialty training, they are unequipped to treat the high volume of patients presenting with cancer and leaving..

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