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About the Women's Health and Cancer Conference

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The University of Vermont (UVM) Cancer Center's annual Women's Health and Cancer Conference, now in its 25th year, is a free, educational event aimed at empowering and supporting individuals and communities with knowledge about cancer prevention, detection, treatment and survivorship. 

Participants can expect to:

  • Access the latest, evidence-based information about cancer prevention and detection;
  • Learn about treatment options across a range of cancers; 
  • Gain information about support and wellness options to enhance survivorship; and
  • Feel inspired and supported!

This event is for anyone interested in learning more about women's health and cancer - patients, survivors, health care professionals, caregivers and the general public. Regardless of your age, gender, or cancer experience, this event will provide a supportive learning experience.

Professional development for health care continues to be a priority for this event. There are opportunities for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, radiologic technologists, social workers and others to strengthen their base of knowledge and earn credits.

"I just wanted to take a second and thank you for your (for lack of a better term) awesome presentation. I think I speak for everyone in your lecture when I say that it was incredibly informative, interesting and easy to digest both as a practitioner and a patient.
Excellent job! You are a great teacher."

-- a healthcare provider and 2020 conference attendee

"I really appreciate the variety of content and excellent speakers. The virtual platform worked seamlessly for me - I hope you consider using this in the future even after the in-person conference resumes."
-- a 2020 conference attendee

About the UVM Cancer Center

The UVM Cancer Center is a comprehensive clinical and research cancer center committed to innovative cancer research, life-saving prevention and treatment programs, public education, and scientific collaboration. With more than 150 scientists and investigators engaged in a full range of basic, translational, clinical and outcomes research, the UVM Cancer Center plays an important role in cancer prevention and treatment across the region and beyond. Through the collaborations of researchers, physicians, and caregivers, the UVM Cancer Center brings advanced treatment options to patients in our region, including hundreds of clinical trials aimed at advancing the standard of care and improving overall quality of life for cancer patients and their families. To learn more about research, education, prevention, patient care, and support at the UVM Cancer Center, visit VermontCancer.org.

Save the Date: September 30, 2022

The 2022 conference will be hosted as a hybrid event, more details to follow. 

What does it mean that this conference is "interprofessional"?

The event offers continuing education credit to a number of health-related professions.

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses/Nurse Practitioners
  • Pharmacists
  • Radiologic Technologists
  • Social Workers
  • Physical Therapists
Contact Us

Questions about this year's conference? WHCC 2022 Inquiry.