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COVID-19 and Early Career Professionals: Facing the crisis and preparing for the aftermath – Part 1

17 Aug 2020 11:00 AM | John Chagnon (Administrator)

Facilitated byHelena Lewis-Smith and the members of the IPOS ECPP committee.

100 attendees maximum. FREE FOR IPOS MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS.
Advance registration required.

Not only has COVID-19 affected our personal lives, but it has also presented challenges for our professional lives. Many early career professionals are facing difficulties at work and experiencing anxiety about the future. This is the first of a two-session webinar and will serve as an informal peer support opportunity for early career psycho-oncology clinicians and researchers, where we can share our concerns and offer support to one another. The second session will involve presentations from senior clinicians and researchers in the field offering guidance on how to navigate our work and careers in light of the COVID-19 epidemic and its impacts. This will be advertised in the near future.

Given that challenges may be different for early career clinicians and researchers, we have organised two different LIVE sessions for each group:

Please note access information will be included with your registration confirmation. 

It was obviously difficult to schedule these sessions across different time zones. However, we will be recording the sessions to access at a later date. We look forward to seeing as many as you there as possible!

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