Download the symposium app prior to the event to stay informed as more information is made available. The app is designed to enhance your experience and is your ultimate resource leading up to, during, and following the symposium:
• browse the up-to-date list of delegates and their biographies
• send messages to connect with delegates before the symposium commences
• update your profile – it will be reviewed by other delegates
• review the symposium program
• submit your abstract
• review abstracts submitted by other delegates
• access maps and other logistic information
• receive updates from organisers during the symposium
Once the app is downloaded, all information is accessible regardless of whether you have a network connection. However, you will need network access to receive content updates and news about the event and venue details. Free Wi-Fi will be available at the symposium venue.
About the Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research 2015 Symposium
The Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research Alliance has evolved from the Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance (Aus-Can PCRA), which was founded in 2008. The alliance has an extensive international reach, and currently connects more than 285 clinicians and scientists from Australia, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Europe and several other regions across the globe. With the establishment of the Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research Alliance, all Aus-Can PCRA members have been transitioned to Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research Alliance membership.
Following the success of the four previous Aus-Can PCRA Symposia, the Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research 2015 Symposium will provide an excellent opportunity for prostate cancer clinicians, scientists, and other professionals to meet in a global context and share their research in a collaborative environment. Feedback from previous Aus-Can PCRA Symposia has consistently been very positive, with the event well-regarded as a specialised meeting to generate and foster collaborations, which differentiates it from the various other international prostate cancer meetings.
The Prostate Cancer Collaborative Research 2015 Symposium will commence with a welcome reception on Wednesday afternoon, 25 November 2015, and conclude mid-afternoon on Saturday 28 November 2015.