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Health Professional Webinars and Events

Health Professional Webinars and Events


Throughout the year, Ovarian Cancer Australia delivers free webinars to educate, inform, and support people living with ovarian cancer and their families. We also keep past webinar recordings as an online educational resource. You will find the recordings of our previous webinars via the link below.


Ovarian Cancer Australia sees the immense benefit and value in providing an environment where the latest developments in ovarian cancer care can be shared, and the incredible work of researches and clinicians across Australia, and internationally can be heard and discussed.

Ovarian Cancer Australia holds biennial events which brings together health professionals and clinicians working in ovarian cancer care together to ensure the ongoing dedication to sharing expertise and developments, promoting practice improvements and optimal care. These events include our Symposium and Nurses Collaboration Event.

Ovarian Cancer Symposium

The Ovarian Cancer Symposium aims to provide a platform to bring together leading Australian researchers, clinicians and industry representatives for an open and inclusive discussion on the latest developments and advances in the field of ovarian cancer treatment and research.

Our lastest 2023 Symposium saw the topic 'Management and Treatment of Ovarian Cancer in the 2020's' discussed by a range of highly esteemed speakers in their relevant fields in Australia and internationally.

Updates for our next Symposium will be added to this webpage. For recordings and details from our 2023 Symposium, please visit the link below.

Ovarian Cancer Australia Nurses Collaboration (OCANC)

Ovarian Cancer Australia held its first Nurses Collaboration event in November 2022, where over 40 gynaecology-oncology nurses from across Australia gathered together to network, connect and collaborate. Hearing from a range of wonderful guest speakers, researches and clinicians, the nurses discussed unmet needs and identified gaps in care requiring further attention, and looked at potential resources to address these.

We hope to continue the OCANC event biennially to continue to provide this opportunity for nurses to come together to ensure the ongoing dedication to optimal care for those diagnosed with ovarian cancer across Australia.

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Ovarian Cancer Australia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where our office is located, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation and we pay our respects to Elders past and present.