Ahead of ANZGOG's 2022 ASM, we share with you the ANZGOG 2021 Annual Report: Powering Research Development.
The report is interactive and features trial summary videos by investigators, visual summaries of ANZGOG's achievements and commentary from ANZGOG committee leaders throughout the document.
In a snapshot, ANZGOG Chair, Associate Professor Philip Beale says “Despite the challenges of 2021, ANZGOG’s clinical research activity has grown. Our members and staff have shown resilience and determination, delivering a busy trial portfolio along with membership growth with a focus on a diverse portfolio of clinical trials in gynaecological cancer.”
In addition to all the leading edge research conducted in 2021, Assoc Prof Beale commends the contributions of all involved in Fundraising and Education.
“The volunteers of the Survivors Teaching Students program pivoted to virtual during COVID-19 and continued to be a force to be reckoned with. The 100+ volunteers shared their personal stories on diagnosis and care to health professional students at Universities across Australia.
Public support through donations and partnerships has been well maintained through 2021 with WomenCan and Team Teal engaging the community to increase vital awareness of gynaecological cancer and raise funds to support ANZGOG’s research projects.”
ANZGOG would like to thank all members, patients, supporters, fundraisers and staff for another successful year of gynaecological cancer research in Australia and New Zealand, helping ANZGOG to improve life for women with a gynaecological cancer.
Click on the button below for access to the full ANZGOG 2021 Annual Report.