Team members learn from one another

Number 85

17 March 2019 1

“Multidisciplinary team meetings have become meaningless.” “It’s a rubber stamp.” “It’s a bureaucratic exercise.” These comments, made by oncologists from a number of countries at an ESO meeting to discuss training needs, paint quite a [more]

Are tumour boards defunct?

The complexity of cancer, the risks and benefits associated with alternative treatment options, the care needs of patients, all point to the need for input from specialists in many disciplines. But are regular face-to-face multidisciplinary [more]

Turn up the volume

Number 15

1 November 2006 0

If you had cancer, you’d want to be treated by experienced specialists working within a specialised multidisciplinary team. So why are so many of Europe’s cancer patients still being treated in hospitals whose case-loads are [more]

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