Concurrent session: Policy & Advocacy / Economics

09 Dec 2015
10:55 - 12:30

Concurrent session: Policy & Advocacy / Economics

This concurrent session will be chaired by Craig Sinclair, Cancer Council Victoria.

Time Abstract
10.55am – 10.59am Policy & Advocacy: Introduction / overview
10.59am – 11.07am Louise Galloway, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria (AUS)

Government perspective on creating a skin cancer agenda

11.07am – 11.15am Terry Slevin, Cancer Council Western Australia (AUS)

Is SunSmart Winning?

11.15am – 11.19am Alecia Brooks, Cancer Institute New South Wales (AUS)

Evaluation Of The New South Wales Skin Cancer Prevention Strategy 2012-2015

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11.19am – 11.23am Emilie van Deventer, World Health Organization (CHE)

The WHO Intersun Project

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11.23am – 11.27am Kim Krujit, Dutch Cancer Society (NLD)

Skin Cancer Prevention In The Netherlands: The Road To An Effective Strategy

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11.27am – 11.35am Loraine Marrett, Cancer Care Ontario (CAN)

Achieving National Consensus On New Sun Safety Messages For Canada

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11.35am – 11.41am STRETCH BREAK
11.41am – 11.45am Economics: Introduction / overview
11.45am – 11.49am Thomas Elliott, Griffith University (AUS)

The Economics Of Sun Exposure: Cost Of Skin Cancer Versus Osteoporosis In Australians Aged 60+ Years

11.49am – 11.53am Louise Sandford, The Cancer Society of New Zealand (CSNZ)(NZL)

Non-melanoma Skin Cancer – How Do We Start Counting?

11.53am – 12.01pm Donna Perez, Cancer Institute New South Wales (CINSW)(AUS)

Cost Benefit Of Skin Cancer Public Education Mass-media Campaigns

The Economic Cost Of Skin Cancer In New South Wales, Australia

12.01pm – 12.09pm Sophy Shih, Deakin University (AUS)

Economic Burden Of Skin Cancer And Benefit Of Its Prevention In Victoria, Australia

12.09pm – 12.17pm Lore Pil, Ghent University (BEL)

Cost Of Melanoma And Non-melanoma Skin Cancer In Belgium

The Cost-effectiveness Of Prevention Programs For Skin Cancer

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12.17pm – 12.30pm Q&A