Our News and Events page is the best way to stay up-to-date with PoCoG news and to learn about upcoming opportunities.

PoCoG CDW: Open Call for Submissions  [31/03/2017]
PoCoG members are invited to submit a concept for our Concept Development Workshop coming up in Sydney on Wednesday 17 May. More
IPOS: Extended Abstract Submission Deadline  [23/02/2017]
The deadline for IPOS abstract submissions has been extended to March 1 2017. More
COSA ASM: Save the Date  [23/02/2017]
COSA is back in Sydney this year and immunotherapy is in the spotlight. More
Are You a Member of IPOS?  [16/02/2017]
The International Psycho-Oncology Society (IPOS)is now accepting new member applications and renewals for 2017. More
Job Opportunity: Centre for Palliative Care  [09/02/2017]
The Centre for Palliative care is looking for an experienced research fellow to join the team. More
SAPoCoG: Research Symposium  [02/02/2017]
SAPoCoG members are invited to a research symposium on Interventions with Cancer Survivors. More
Interested in Sharing Your Expertise with ANZUP?  [01/02/2017]
ANZUP is looking for PoCoG members interested in providing psycho-oncology expertise to assist research in urogenital cancers. More
Cancer Institute NSW Research Grants: Apply Now  [19/01/2017]
The Cancer Institute NSW's funding scheme for 2017 is open for applications. More
Perceptions of Exercise in Oncology: Survey  [19/01/2017]
Do you have an opinion on exercise for patients during and after treatment for cancer? More
IPOS Prevention Session  [05/01/2017]
Professor Dr Monika Janda is organising a prevention session at IPOS 2017. More
You Can Innovate Awards for Cancer Research  [05/01/2017]
Applications for the Sony Foundation You Can Innovate Awards for cancer research are now open. More
Call for Abstracts: Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference  [05/01/2017]
Abstract submissions close 28 April 2017. More
New Support for ATSI People with Lung Cancer  [24/11/2016]
A new guide, My Lung Cancer Pathway, provides culturally appropriate information for ATSI people with lung cancer. More