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About the Program

Program Overview

The dynamic team of internationally recognized researchers and educators that make up the Queen's University Global Oncology Program are committed to improving equity in cancer care and control through global engagement.   


Vision and Core Values

Vision

To contribute to global equity in cancer control

Core Values

To achieve our vision – our work with our partners will:

  1. Have a Systems Oriented and Patient Centered approach
  2. Be Culturally Aligned
  3. Embrace Bi-Directional Learning
  4. Enhance Value-Based Practice
  5. Be Innovative, Collaborative and Evidence Informed

Program Pillars

 

Education

 

 

 

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Research

 

 

 

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Policy

 

 

 

 

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Global Oncology Publications

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2017

  • Current status of radiotherapy in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

    Hanna, T. (2017). Radiotherapy in cancer care: Facing the global challenge. In 1225264335 911053188 E. Rosenblatt & 1225264336 911053188 E. Zubizarreta (Authors), Radiotherapy in cancer care: Facing the global challenge. Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency.

  • Chapter 2: Global Oncology Education

    Ngwa, W., Nguyen, P., & Hammad, N. (2017). Global Oncology: Harvard Global Health Catalyst summit lecture notes. Bristol: IOP Publishing.


2015