American Psychosocial Oncology Society
 
Newsletter | June 2020
A Message From Our President
 
What an interesting few months it’s been since we last communicated to the members and friends of APOS. It’s clear that the months ahead will continue to challenge each and every one of us.
 
As part of the planning process for the APOS annual meeting, we surveyed our members and past  
 
conference attendees to gauge comfort levels and preferences for an in-person or virtual meeting in 2021. Thank you to those of you who participated in the survey and offered candid and sincere feedback. As always, keeping our members, conference attendees and their families and patients safe is our top priority. Your voice is integral to our decision making.

We are excited to officially announce that APOS is going virtual in 2021! Save the date for the real-time virtual conference, March 10-12, 2021. We have begun to build a timely, innovative, and informative virtual experience that will take place in real time and provide plenty of opportunities for interaction. Stay tuned for further information. And, please stay safe and be well!

Sincerely,

Kristine Donovan, PhD, MBA
APOS President
 
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement: 
 
We’re committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. Together, we can be more and do more! Read our full statement HERE
JOIN US FOR THE APOS VIRTUAL BUSINESS MEETING!
Friday, August 21, 2020 
1 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern
 
Please save-the-date for the first annual APOS Virtual Business Meeting. It will be a time for us to come together to learn about the current state of APOS as well as the exciting journey ahead. Stay tuned for more details in the near future!
#APOSTogetherWhileApart 
 
APOS Presents the Psycho Oncology Pandemic Response Network (POPRN). The POPRN was developed as a safe place to go for those who care about psychosocial oncology and to make sure you know you are not alone during this pandemic time.  Please look for Twitter Chats by searching #APOSTogetherWhileApart
 
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Get Involved With APOS Today!
 
Interested in getting more involved with APOS? There are several options available to APOS members and the benefits include leadership experience and networking opportunities. APOS values and welcomes your involvement!
1. Join one of the 7 committees. Learn more HERE
2. Join one of the 9 Special Interest Groups. Learn more HERE
3. Join the 2021 Virtual Conference Program Planning Committee. Learn more HERE
 
Please take a minute to learn more from several of the
continued supporters of APOS via sponsorship
from the 2020 Annual Meeting!
 
colorectal cancer allicance
 
Patient and Family Support Navigators offer connection to information and resources as well as provide support to anyone affected by colorectal cancer. Helpline hours are Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm ET; a bilingual navigator is available. Toll free: 877-422-2030.
 
Patient & Family Support Navigators
SHARSHERET
 
The Jewish Breast & Ovarian Cancer Community.  Cancer Support at Every Stage.  Sharsheret's free support and educational programs serve all women and men nationwide.  
 
Learn More HERE
OXFORD Academic
 
Oxford University Press (OUP) publishes the highest quality journals and delivers this research to the widest possible audience. We achieve this by working closely with our society partners, authors, and subscribers in order to provide them with publishing services that support their research needs.
 
Learn More HERE
 
Interested in advertising with APOS? 
CLICK HERE for more information! 
 
 
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