This session is for professionals working in the field of ovarian cancer, medical and nursing students, and allied health professionals.

In this session, we will hear patients' perspective on the barriers faced by BIPOC communities and those with English as a second language when accessing diagnosis, treatment, support and information. We will discuss communication and support needs, and we will hear from patients themselves about factors that would improve access to services.

Register to join the training below. You will be sent the joining instructions the day before the session takes place. Ovacome staff are here to support you, so please get in touch if you have questions or are unsure about how to join the session.

You can join this session on your smartphone, laptop or tablet (iPad), or by dialling in on the phone.

Here is some information about how to use Zoom on different devices:

On your computer

On your smartphone or tablet (iPad)

On your landline or mobile phone

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EPE BIPOC and ESL Session

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