Breast cancer conferences are currently in-person, virtual, or hybrid (both in-person and virtual). Conferences, regardless of the setting, are often free for patients. Virtual conferences also mean that there is no need to travel or pay travel expenses. Attending a virtual conference allows you to learn about the latest research results, and you may even have the chance to interact with other people attending the meeting.
However, attending a virtual conference has certain challenges. Visit the resources below to help prepare for upcoming virtual conferences. We also provide a link to GRASP, which connects people living with MBC, advocates, and non-scientists with researchers to learn how to understand posters presented at meetings.
How To Prepare For Virtual Conferences
- CareCloud: How To Get The Most Out Of A Virtual Healthcare Conference
- ASCO: What To Expect From The Virtual ASCO Meeting
- Journal Article: Reflections On The Upsurge Of Virtual Cancer Conferences
Last Modified on March 4, 2022