When you join MASCC, you become eligible to join up to three study groups devoted to specific topic areas in supportive care in cancer.
Study group membership provides opportunities to:
- Meet professionals from around the world who share your clinical and research interests
- Collaborate with experts in the field
- Lead or get involved in research projects
- Help develop clinical practice guidelines
- Design educational materials for practitioners to share with patients
- Review Annual Meeting abstract submissions
- Develop proposals for Annual Meeting Workshops and Parallel Sessions
Study groups serve as a valuable resource, providing expertise to MASCC members, other professional societies, and healthcare providers in the field.