Courses and programs

Basic Sciences of Oncology Course (BSOC)

Overview

The Health Education and Training Institute in partnership with the Cancer Institute NSW present the Basic Sciences of Oncology Course 2021. This multidisciplinary training program is designed to support best practice and provide core skills and competencies in:

  • Anatomy
  • Physics
  • Clinical  Pharmacology
  • Research and evidence based medicine
  • Communication skills training
  • Radiobiology
  • Palliative care
  • Cancer biology

For further information on course content and specific learning outcomes, please download the Course Overview and Study Guide, attached below.

Course Dates 2021

The course runs over 10 days; one Friday per month from February to November each year. BSOC 2021 dates are as follows:

Session 1    26 February
Session 2    26 March
Session 3    23 April
Session 4    28 May
Session 5    25 June
Session 6    30 July
Session 7    27 August
Session 8    17 September
Session 9    29 October
Session 10  26 November

All sessions will  be held from 8:30am to 4:45pm. This will be a blended delivery course with both online and didactic teaching depending on COVID-19. Please ensure you are able to attend the above course dates prior to registering.

Participants are required to attend a minimum of 80% of the face to face sessions as a requirement of the course. Each participant will also need to complete an evaluation of each training day that they attend in order to receive their Certificate of Completion.

Course Cost

Participant Registration Fee    $1,100 (incl. GST)

Scholarships

BSOC Scholarships are available to support NSW metropolitan, regional and rural oncology professionals wishing to attend the course. Funded by the Cancer Institute NSW, scholarships provide support for costs incurred by course registration.

For more information on scholarship categories and eligibility criteria, please download the Scholarship Guidelines document attached below.

To Register

Register for BSOC 2021 HERE

BSOC Advisory Committee

BSOC is governed by the BSOC Advisory Committee, comprised of representation from the BSOC Clinical Coordinators and BSOC Topic Coordinators, the Cancer Institute NSW, the Cancer Council NSW, Oncology Supervisors, and relevant medical colleges and other participants. The Clinical Chair of the BSOC Advisory Committee is Associate Professor Winston Liauw.

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