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The Australia and New Zealand Urological Nurses Society Prostate Cancer Forum joins Sosido

We’re delighted to welcome the The Australia and New Zealand Urological Nurses Society Prostate Cancer Forum (ANZUNS CaP Forum) to Sosido. The ANZUNS CaP Forum promotes excellence in urology nursing, through research, education and mentoring, with the goal to improve the care of patients with prostate cancer. The ANZUNS CaP Forum is supported to participate in Sosido by an educational grant from Astellas Australia.

ANZUNS CaP Forum members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of the ANZUNS CaP Forum.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials or contact us anytime at [email protected]

The Alberta Health Services Palliative Care Tumour Team joins Sosido

We’re delighted to welcome the Alberta Health Services Palliative Care Tumour Team to Sosido. The Team is province-wide, including surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, nurses, psychosocial oncology, and others who work together to provide patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, physical stress and mental stress for people with late-stage cancer. AHS Palliative Care Team members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of the AHS Palliative Care Team.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials or contact us anytime at [email protected]

The University of Toronto Faculty of Hematology joins Sosido

We’re delighted to welcome the University of Toronto Faculty of Hematology (U of T Hematology) to Sosido. U of T Hematology brings together clinician-teachers, educators and scientists in world class facilities to advance the care of patients with inherited and chronic hematological disorders, malignant and benign. U of T Hematology members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of U of T Hematology.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials.

Have a great conference CNSA!

This week, oncology nurses from across Australia meet in Adelaide for the 20th Annual Congress of the Cancer Nursing Society of Australia. Safe travels and have a great conference CNSA!

Sosido and Elsevier partner to provide PracticeUpdate in your Sosido digest

We’re excited to announce that Sosido has partnered with the world-leading medical publishing company Elsevier to provide you with expert-curated content from PracticeUpdate in your weekly Sosido email digest.

PracticeUpdate’s Editorial Board of internationally-recognized experts filters through hundreds of new articles each week, hand-selecting the papers most important in your specialty area, and providing commentary on how that research may impact your clinical practice.

Sosido members have been provided with open access to the PracticeUpdate site, so when you click through from the Sosido digest, you won’t have to log in. If you’d like more from PracticeUpdate, you can register for free.

You’ll start to see PracticeUpdate content in your digests over the coming weeks. You’ll still receive all the features of Sosido that you’re familiar with: a weekly summary of your group members’ publications (tracked automatically), news and notices from your group, discussion forum, and abstracts from your chosen journals.

P.S. The other reason we’re excited about our partnership with Elsevier, is that it allows Sosido to expand! If you’re connected with an association or research group that might be interested in joining Sosido’s growing network (now with over 14,000 clinicians and researchers from 30 groups) please email [email protected].

For more information:

Press Release April 5 2017: Elsevier to Provide PracticeUpdate Curated Content to Sosido Member Healthcare Associations 

More about the Sosido-PracticeUpdate partnership

The Canadian Hemoglobinopathy Association (CanHaem) joins Sosido

We’re delighted to welcome the The Canadian Hemoglobinopathy Association/ L’Association canadienne d’hémoglobinopathie (CanHaem) to Sosido this week. CanHaem is a not-for-profit organization for healthcare professionals and researchers in the field of Sickle Cell Disease and Thalassemia, dedicated to the care of individuals across Canada with Hemoglobinopathies. CanHaem members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of CanHaem.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials.

The Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) joins Sosido

We’re delighted to welcome the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia to Sosido this week. CNSA promotes excellence in cancer care through education, information, leadership, networking and professionalism. CNSA members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of CNSA.

CNSA’s participation in Sosido is made possible by financial support from Roche Australia.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials.

BC Cancer Agency Centre for the Southern Interior joins Sosido

We welcome the British Columbia Cancer Agency Sindi Ahluwalia Hawkins Centre for the Southern Interior to Sosido this week. BCCA Southern Interior promotes cancer research, education, prevention, diagnosis and treatment, serving people from the Boundary, Cariboo, Kootenay, Okanagan, Similkameen and Thompson regions of British Columbia, Canada. IPOS members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of BCCA Southern Interior.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials.

The International Psycho-Oncology Society (IPOS) joins Sosido

We welcome the International Psycho-Oncology Society to Sosido this week. IPOS fosters global multidisciplinary communication around clinical, educational and research issues that promote excellence in the psychosocial care of people affected by cancer. IPOS members receive their first Sosido digest this week, and other Sosido members can customize their digests to follow the work of IPOS.

Welcome to Sosido! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our series of 2-minute video tutorials.

Season’s Greetings from Sosido

We wish you a restful break and happy times with family and friends this holiday season.

Warm greetings from all of us at Sosido.