Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is heading to Murray Bridge, South Australia as part of our national Information Forum series. We are bringing leading experts to the local community to provide insights on a range of breast cancer topics. We extend an invitation to anyone located in or around Murray Bridge to join us on Wednesday 6 March for this fantastic day full of information and getting to connect with others in the area!
The Information Forum is for anyone who has been recently diagnosed with breast cancer, may be living with or after a breast cancer diagnosis and supporters.
Join us for this not to be missed event on Wednesday 6 March!
Those who have attended our Information Forums have been able to learn new information, connect and develop new friendships and understand what local support may be available. Hear what attendees have had to say!
“It was a fantastic day full of very valuable information.”
Bunbury, WA, BCNA Information Forum Attendee
“It was a great mix of topics – blown away!”
Warrnambool, VIC, BCNA Information Forum Attendee
There will be two simultaneous information sessions throughout the day – one for people with early breast cancer and one for people with metastatic breast cancer. Please register for the session you would like to attend.
When registering, you can choose to either attend in person or online. The online session will be delivered via Zoom, and you will receive the access link one day before the event.
Date and time
Wednesday, 06 March 2024 9:00 am
2 Bridge Street
Murray Bridge, SA 5253
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Dr Charlotte Tottman is a psycho-oncologist; a clinical psychologist specialising in the treatment of cancer-related distress. Charlotte consults privately, in her clinic in Adelaide, South Australia. She treats cancer patients and their family members and carers, at all stages of their cancer experience. Charlotte is an Editor for the Cancer Council of Australia, has close links with Leukemia Foundation, Ovarian Cancer Australia, the McGrath Foundation, Pink Hope, and CanTeen. Charlotte is a member of the Strategic Advisory Group for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). She regularly presents in cancer forums, conferences, webinars, and podcasts. Charlotte has her own cancer story. Several years after establishing her private practice in psycho oncology, she herself was diagnosed with breast cancer. Charlotte’s podcast series Upfront About Breast Cancer - What You Don’t Know Until You Do, developed and produced with BCNA, has seen 100,000 downloads to date.
Associate Professor Rohit Joshi is a Medical Oncologist who works at private and public hospitals in Adelaide. He works with GenesisCare at St. Andrew's Hospital and Calvary Hospital and is a Staff Specialist at the Lyell McEwin Hospital. Rohit received his medical education at Christian Medical College in India and later completed his Medical Oncology training at Royal Adelaide Hospital. Rohit has a particular interest in breast and lung cancers. He is the Director at Cancer Research SA, conducting research across multiple tumour types through Phase I, II, and III studies. In addition to his clinical work, Rohit is an Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia, where he actively engages in the teaching and supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Professor Neil Piller is a Lymphologist and Director of the Lymphoedema Clinical Research Unit at Flinders University. Neil was one of the initiators and the first coordinator of the Advanced Studies Stream in the MD Program. Neil is an executive member of the International Society for Lymphology, Clinical Sciences and Chief Editor of the Journal of Lymphoedema (UK), a member of the editorial boards of Phlebology (USA) and Lymphology (USA). He is Australasian Editor or the Journal of Lymphatic Research and Biology (USA). Neil is an Advisory Board member for the International Union of Phlebology and a member of its consensus groups on Lymphoedema and Phlebo-lymphoedema. He is also a member of the scientific committee of Vasculab and a board member of the Australian College of Phlebology. Neil has been a member of the steering committee for the Australian and American Lymphoedema Frameworks. He has been on the scientific and organising committees of a range of recent international congresses.
Refreshments will be served on arrival from 9.00am and a light lunch will be provided.
arrive at Bridgeport Hotel