See You Next Year in Seattle!
Thank you to the 1,900+ oncology professionals who attended the 69th SSO Annual Cancer Symposium, March 2-5 in Boston. Mark your calendar for SSO 2017, taking place March 15-18 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington.
Did you miss a session you specifically wanted to see? Were you unable to attend the meeting in person? View hours of scientific content as if you were seeing presenters and slides live with SSO 2016 Virtual Meeting. This benefit is free for all registered conference attendees.
Claim your CME credit from SSO 2016 by completing the online evaluation. The deadline to complete the evaluation and print a PDF of your CME certificate of credit is Friday, May 13, 2016.
Twelve (12) sessions plus one Pre-Meeting course at SSO 2016 offered Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 2 self-assessment credit that can be applied towards the American Board of Surgery (ABS) MOC Program. The modules are free to SSO 2016 meeting attendees. To access the modules, log onto www.surgonc.org/moc.
Miss an Award Winner announcement? View all winners here.
View photos from the Symposium here or on the SSO Facebook page and hear what attendees are saying about the conference on Twitter and using #SSO2016.
SSO 2016 App and Mobile Website
Refer to SSO 2016 programming by utilizing the SSO 2016 mobile app and web app. The brand new, user-friendly app is the easiest and most convent way to navigate all that SSO 2016 had to offer.
SSO gratefully acknowledges Amgen, Inc. for its support of the SSO 2016 app.
Be at the Center of Change in Surgical Oncology
Surgical Oncology is experiencing an exciting evolution and the ways in which we treat cancer are changing. How we approach these changes creates new opportunities—and new questions. SSO 2016 will focus on the treatments of tomorrow that can be applied to today’s surgical patients with solid tumor cancers while fostering compelling conversations among our community. But the conversation isn’t complete without you! Join us for the 69th SSO Annual Cancer Symposium in Boston, Massachusetts and be among fellow surgical oncology pioneers and leaders. Along with outstanding networking, you will experience an education program that is unique in its ability to cover a broad range of important, timely and in-depth topics in one exceptional setting.
- Engage with esteemed colleagues from March 2-5, 2016, at the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts
- Join 1,700 of the brightest minds in surgical oncology from all around the world, including more than 1400 surgical oncologists and oncology health care professionals
- Gain advanced knowledge, expanding your insight and exposure to the newest ideas through a multitude of presentations and workshops, many led by internationally recognized experts
- Connect and collaborate with old friends and new as you network between sessions, during scheduled symposium activities, and at lively informal gatherings throughout the event
- Learn from two Plenary Sessions, providing you with knowledge that will inspire and invigorate you, given by authors of the “best-of-the-best” selected abstracts
- Be inspired by more than 350 compelling and thought-provoking poster sessions, along with late-breaking videos showcased in the Exhibit Hall
- Experience first-hand interaction with the latest, most advanced medical equipment, services, and solutions for surgical oncologists – exhibited by the leading companies in surgical oncology and the treatment of solid tumor cancers
SSO 2016 expects to welcome 1,700+ total attendees, comprised of both academic and community practitioners and health care professionals from all surgical oncology specialties, treating all disease sites, including:
- Head and Neck
- Liver and Pancreas
SSO 2016 makes it convenient for attendees to explore a wide range of services and solutions via our top-tier exhibition. See the latest ideas that medical device, equipment, and technology exhibitors have to offer along with pharmaceutical companies – all created to enhance the practice of the surgical oncologist.
Boston: A Mecca of Medicine
Boston is a mecca of medicine, home to some of the most prestigious hospitals and medical schools, physicians and medical scientists in the world. Since the momentous day in 1846 when William Morton, a local dentist, for the first time publicly demonstrated the use of inhaled ether as a surgical anesthetic in Massachusetts General Hospital’s now-famous Ether Dome, the city has seen many medical firsts, including the first fertilization of an ovum in a test tube and the first successful human-organ transplant. Today it ranks as a preeminent center for healthcare and research. Not to mention, it’s a pretty spectacular city to visit for history, sports, museums, beauty and more!
Read more about Boston as a mecca of medicine in HARVARD MAGAZINE.