We Can, I Can
Monday 6th February 2017 (for World Cancer Day)
Full info on the event and presentations can be found here.
We Can, I Can
Thursday 4th February 2016 (World Cancer Day)
Full info on the event can be found here.
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Do A Little, Gain A Lot!
Wednesday 4th February 2015 (World Cancer Day)
Be Active Against Cancer!
Tuesday 4th February 2014 (World Cancer Day)
Translating lifestyle theory to healthy practice for the reduction of cancer occurrence and recurrence
Friday November 9th
Full info on event can be found here.
Prof A Anderson – Scottish Cancer Prevention in Scotland
Prof Bob Steele – Colorectal Cancer – Issues & Vision
Prof A Thompson – Breast cancer in Scotland current issues and future visions
Dr Aileen Keel – Cancer Prevention in Scotland
Bill Gray – Helping achieve dietary change in disadvantaged communities
Eric Carlin – Alcohol and cancer – why we need to change and how health professionals might help
Prof Wendy Demark – Intervening to Improve Diet and Exercise Behaviors in Cancer Survivors: What Works?
Prof Paul Ballard – Positive Opportunities for Smoking Cessation in our Communities
Nanette Mutrie – Physical activity and the cancer patient : get started and keep going
Dr Rachel Thompson – WCRF Continuous Update Project –updates and recent work
Stacking the odds against cancer occurrence and recurrence
Wednesday November 16th 2011
Prof M Wiseman – Food, nutrition and physical activity – new updates
Prof A. Anderson – Evidence for lifestyle change (Breast and colorectal)
Glynnis Marra – Colorectal cancer and lifestyle – a personal view
Dr A Keel – Scottish Cancer Taskforce- lifestyle and cancer occurrence and recurrence
Prof A Anderson – Scottish Cancer Prevention Network
Dr H Dobson – Should cancer screening embrace cancer prevention
Dr A Campbell – Physical Activity and Cancer Survivorship
Sarah Porch – Breast cancer & Colorectal cancer
Prof R Steele – Future directions- Policy, Research, Practice