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Nevada Cancer Control Summit

Nevada Cancer Control Summit

September 17, 2018

Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada

Hosted by Nevada Cancer Coalition, the Nevada Cancer Control Summit is a statewide conference featuring sessions on targeted topics across the cancer spectrum. The Summit brings together physicians, nurses, advocates, survivors, administrators, and more to share cutting-edge information, update practitioners on the latest topics in cancer care, and strengthen the coalition to further cancer control efforts in Nevada.

The Summit offers continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, cancer registry professionals, and oftentimes credits for other specialty areas. Click the CME/CE tab for updated credit information.


 

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2018 Summit Exhibitors and Sponsors

This conference is supported, in part, by exhibits in accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support:

Platinum Level

Heath Foundation    


Summit Tote Sponsor


Gold Level

MountainView Hospital

Seattle Genetics


Activity Sponsors

Nathan Adelson Hospice - Awards Luncheon Sponsor

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center - Awards Luncheon Sponsor


Silver Level

Nevada Oncology Society

Saint Mary's Center for Cancer

Teva Oncology
 


Bronze Level

Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada

GI Consultants

Nevada Health Centers

Registry Partners

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7 - 8 a.m. Registration, Breakfast & Exhibits  
8 - 9 a.m.

WELCOME & OPENING

Cari Herington, MBA

CAR-T Therapies

Dr. Robert Negrin, Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, Stanford University

 
9 - 10 a.m.

Liquid Biopsy

Philip C. Mack, PhD
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center

Registry Workshop

Denise Harrison, BS, CTR 

10 - 10:30 a.m. Break & Exhibits

 

10:30 - 11 a.m.

Nevada Central Cancer Registry Update

Christine Pool, Nevada Central Cancer Registry

Registry Workshop

Denise Harrison, BS, CTR 

11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Controlled Substance Abuse Panel Discussion

Dr. Rupesh Parikh, Medical Oncologist, Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada

Dr. Leslie Hunter-Johnson, DNP, MSN, AGPNCP-BC, RN-BC, CCRN, CNRN, CHPN, Director of Hospice and Palliative Care, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center

Additional panelists TBD

Registry Workshop

Denise Harrison, BS, CTR

12 - 1:30 p.m.

Lunch and Summit Awards
Sponsored by

Nathan Adelson Hospice and Summerlin Hospital Medical Center

 
1:30 - 2:15 p.m. Onco-Fertility Preservation

Primary Care: Genetics

Dr. R. Nathan Slotnick, Director of Medical Genetics, Renown Institute for Cancer 

2:15 - 2:30 p.m. Break & Exhibits  
2:30 -3:30 p.m. Nutrition During Treatment

Primary Care: 

Lung Cancer Prevention / Cessation

Maria Azzarelli, Southern Nevada Health District

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. PARP Inhibitors

Primary Care: 

HPV/Head & Neck Cancers

Christina Demopoulos, DDS, MPH, UNLV School of Dental Medicine

     

 

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Continuing Education Credit

The Summit offers continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, cancer registry professionals, and oftentimes credits for other specialty areas, through the University of Nevada, Reno Office of Continuing Medical Education. Credit information will be posted as soon as it has been approved. 

 

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Sponsorship & Exhibit Opportunities

Exhibitors and sponsors of the Nevada Cancer Control Summit help to support NCC's efforts to provide continuing education opportunities to our members and connect them with other individuals and organizations working in the fields of oncology and cancer control. Opportunities range from $750 at the Bronze level to $5,000 at the Platinum level, and additional opportunities can be tailored to meet your goals. 

Download the 2018 Sponsor and Exhibitor Packet to review opportunities. The packet includes a fillable form to complete and send with a check. Or, use the online form below to pay by credit card.

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Early Bird registration is available through August 3, 2018. 

 

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Accommodations

Accommodations are offered at Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel located at 3400 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89169.

Summit attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors receive a $99 per night room rate (plus 13.38% room tax + $23.50 amenity fee, see below) for the night of September 16 prior to the conference. Please book by August 20, 2018 to secure this room rate. 

Book your group rate for Nevada Cancer Control Summit

This contemporary, boutique hotel is the largest smoke-free, non-gaming hotel in the area, offering Summit attendees a healthy, modern experience. 

Destination amenity fee of $23.50 per day applies; fee includes 50 minute daily fitness class (yoga, stretch, cardio), high speed internet access, valet parking, Kona Craft Beer from Sammy's Daily, complimentary dessert & elite choice amenity of cheese, fruit or 1,000 Marriott Rewards points.

 

 

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Speakers - Coming Soon!

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2018 Summit Awards

Submit a Nomination

Nevada Cancer Coalition’s annual awards recognize organizations and individuals who have exemplified the essence of passion and leadership in cancer control in their respective community, region, or statewide. Awards are given for unique programs, collaborating companies, and incredible individuals. Nominations close June 30, 2018.

All awards will be presented at the 2018 Nevada Cancer Control Summit. Special thanks to our Summit Awards Luncheon sponsors: 

Awards categories are as follows:

Health Care Partner of the Year 

Recognizing an organization, physician, or patient navigator, the Health Care Partner of the Year award honors those that have embraced the work of Nevada Cancer Coalition and cancer control throughout the state. Displaying both a commitment to collaboration and a dedication to cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, or quality of life, awardees in this category have demonstrated that big picture thinking and teamwork can make positive change.

Past awardees include:

  • Karin Klove, MD, FACS, in recognition of her leadership and dedication to comprehensive cancer control in Nevada
  • Amy Thompson, RN, OCN, CN-BN, in appreication of her leadership and dedication to cancer survivors in Nevada
  • Desert Radiology, recognizing their dedication to collaboration in comprehensive cancer control
Community Program Award 

The Community Program Award recognizes a program or resource in Nevada, either community-based, regional, or statewide, that has had a positive impact on cancer control initiatives. Eligible programs should be focused on cancer prevention, early detection, access to diagnosis or treatment, palliative care, survivorship and quality of life, or cancer research. Programs must be effective between the dates of July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018 to be considered.

Past awardees include:

  • Saint Mary's Low-Dose CT Lung Screening Program
Community Champion Award

Honoring individuals, the Community Champion Award recognizes someone who has gone above and beyond to make positive change for those within the community. Whether through excellence in volunteerism or excellence in the workplace, Community Champions are proven leaders demonstrating a commitment to helping those with cancer.

Past awardees include:

  • Cassie Goodman, Medical Exercise & Safety Supervisor, Saint Mary's Fitness Center, in recognition of her compassion and dedication to cancer survivors in Nevada
  • Courtney Parento, RN, in recognition of her leadership and dedication to cancer prevention in Nevada
  • Stephanie Kirby, executive director of Susan G Komen Nevada, for leadership and dedication to women with breast cancer in Nevada
Advocacy Award

NCC’s Advocacy Award recognizes individuals dedicated to championing policies to support cancer prevention and early detection, increase access to diagnosis, treatment, and clinical trials, and promote palliative care, survivorship, and quality of life for those with cancer.

Past awardees include:

  • Tom McCoy, JD, for years of dedication in championing policies to reduce the burden of cancer among Nevadans
  • Shelby Adams, for passionately advocating for palliative care issues at both the state and national level by sharing her own personal story
  • Senator Joyce Woodhouse, who affirmed herself as a true champion of change in cancer outcomes for those in Nevada through dogged determination passing statewide legislation
  • Stacey Escalante, whose willingness to share her personal journey with melanoma time and time again helped to create a statewide law aimed at skin cancer prevention
Registrar Award

Awarded to a member of the Nevada Cancer Registrars Association, this award recognizes excellence in cancer data reporting. 

Past awardees include:

  • April Fritz, CTR
  • Sonia Vargas, CTR