Urology Breakfast- The All-Rounder: jack of all trades or master of none?”

As part of this year’s Prostate Cancer World Congress, we are pleased to present a breakfast session featuring Dr Benjamin Challacombe, urologist at Guy’s Hospital, London, and Associate Editor of the BJUI. Ben is a gifted orator and story-teller, and a keen sportsman. We have given him the red-eye slot on Wednesday morning at PCWC in the knowledge that he will get the day off to a great start with his various observations on urology and much besides. Do not miss “Bacon & Eggs with Ben Challacombe”.

Date: Wednesday 19th August 2015, 0700-0800

Chairman: Associate Professor Declan Murphy

Speaker: Dr Benjamin Challacombe, Guy’s Hospital, London

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Ipsen Pharmaceuticals

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Networking Breakfast

This breakfast session will be interactive, engaging and fun for all clinicians involved.

Take the next steps to meet your colleagues at the Congress and start building your new network of like-minded health professionals and researchers.

The multidisciplinary prostate cancer management program will be hosting a networking breakfast session open to all delegates of the congress. Join our expert networking and leadership professional, Dr Sonja Hood, to explore the key elements of building a healthy network. Think about your career progression goals and what you need to do, and who you need to connect with, to get there. Take the next steps to meet your colleagues at the congress and start building your new network of like-minded health professionals and researchers.

About the presenter: Dr Sonja Hood has 20 years experience in health services reform in the US, the UK and Australia across primary and secondary care as well as government. She has a Masters in Policy and a PhD in Population Health. In 2010 Sonja joined the North Melbourne Football Club to head up their new community program, The Huddle, which has since won state and national awards for excellence for its work with young migrants and refugees.

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