Dr. med vet Irina Gramer
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It is a great pleasure to invite you to the second Oncology Camp in November 2020.
I completed my residency in small animal oncology at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Liverpool, in March 2017. The residency programme is well-structured and work-load intense as I am sure yours is as well.
Nonetheless, I felt that a training camp for residents and interns would provide more in-depth knowledge besides available congresses that often focus on abstract presentations. As we all know, a residency can be stressful, work-load intense and also exhausting and I felt it is important to create a safe environment for all oncology residents and ‘residents to be’ to study exam relevant topics intensively, ask questions you may not be comfortable asking elsewhere, refresh your knowledge in specific areas and also to meet fellow colleagues and specialists.
Some of you are looking to sit the certifying exam soon and are looking for further ways to intensify your knowledge and ask questions about its process. Others of you may toy with the idea to start a residency in which case the Oncology Camp offers great opportunities to meet different people and chat about the residency process. Others of you may be faced with daily challenges in an oncological based practice and wish to intensify your knowledge. Do not be shy to ask questions and participate!
The Camp will provide a wonderful forum for you to refresh and strengthen your knowledge, prepare for upcoming exams and offer plenty of networking opportunities with leading specialists, practitioners, friends and colleagues, as well as sponsors.
Please return to the website frequently for updates and programme as well as speaker details.
I hope to see you all soon!
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