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Webcast Recording: 2019 Plenary – IPOS and CAPO Awards
Learn from IPOS and CAPO 2019 Award Winners.
2019 Bernard Fox Memorial Award Winner – IPOS
Dr. Linda Carlson, PhD, R.Psych (Canada)
The Bernard Fox Memorial Award honors an IPOS or psycho-oncology community member who has made an outstanding contribution in education or research to the field of psycho-oncology. The primary focus is on the academic and educational output of the nominee.
The Hiroomi Kawano New Investigator Award honors a new investigator for outstanding research contributions in the field of psycho-oncology and is an early career award. Candidates must be within seven years of active work in psycho-oncology after completing his/her postgraduate, fellowship or equivalent specialist training (defined as a PhD or MD or equivalent). This award is sponsored by the Hiroomi Kawano Foundation in Japan.
Kim Thiboldeaux, Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Support Community (USA)
The President’s Community Award for Distinguished Contributions to IPOS is a discretionary award that is made to an individual, group or organization in the community that, in the opinion of the Board has made an outstanding contribution of great significant to the Society.
2019 CAPO Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient:
Dr. Thomas Hack
2019 Award Recipient: Dr. S. Nicole Culos-Reed
2019 CAPO INNOVATION AWARD RECIPIENT:
The Androgen Deprivation Therapy Educational Team
CAPO 2019 Early Career Investigator Award Recipient:
Dr. Sheila Garland
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