Due to recent changes in our local county COVID-19 community levels and consideration for the safety of all our in-person participants, we have made the difficult decision to convert the 2022 NCORP Annual Meeting to an all VIRTUAL meeting.
All hotel reservations made via our meeting webpage’s Booking link for the Hyatt Regency Bethesda will be automatically cancelled. If the Hyatt hotel reservations were not made via the Booking link, cancellations should be made directly with the hotel.
All in-person registrations will be converted to virtual registrations. Confirmation emails will be sent out reflecting this change.
2022 NCORP Annual Meeting
The NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) Annual Meeting will be held virtually on the following dates and times:
Thursday, August 25th from 8:30 am – 5 pm ET
Friday, August 26th from 8:30 am – 12:30 pm ET
This meeting is open for NCORP grantees and invited NCI staff and speakers only.
For registration questions and special arrangements or accommodations to fully participate:
NCORP is committed to maintaining the health and safety of all in-person meeting attendees. We are following the latest COVID-19 developments, NIH policies, Montgomery County mandates, and CDC guidelines, as well as industry best practices. NCORP has transitioned this year's meeting to fully virtual to abide by agency, state, and local mandates. NCORP will not refund any hotel or travel fees should the meeting transition to fully virtual.
The NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) is a NCI-supported network that brings cancer treatment, prevention, control, and cancer care delivery research (CCDR) trials to people in their communities. The goal of the 2022 NCORP Annual Meeting is to bring together NCORP principal investigators, administrators, research staff, extramural and NCI stakeholders who contribute to the overall goal of providing access to cancer research studies in the community setting. The meeting will provide a forum for the exchange of information about the implementation, challenges, and successes of this community-based research network. The meeting will include interactive break-out sessions to address a broad scope of NCORP related topics.
The objectives of the meeting are:
- Inform the network members of scientific achievements
- Disseminate state-of-the-science research related to cancer control, prevention, symptom science, and care delivery
- Solicit feedback on features of these portfolios from a community perspective
- Identify strategies to reduce cancer disparities
The Annual Meeting highlights activities to achieve the mission outlined in the NCORP RFA’s and ensure that NCORP research reflects national diversity, generates evidence that contributes to improve patient outcomes, and reduces cancer disparities.
All Sessions Will Be Held Virtually
Information regarding access to the virtual platform will be distributed starting August 18, 2022. Please note: Sessions will not be recorded for viewing at a later time.
*Please note there is no limit to the number of virtual attendees per NCORP Grantee. Virtual registration will close August 18, 2022.