Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

145 King St. West, Suite 900, Toronto, M5H 1J8 , ON, CA

About

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is an independent organization funded by the federal government to accelerate action on cancer control for all Canadians. The Partnership works with cancer experts, charitable organizations, governments, cancer agencies, national health organizations, patients, survivors and others to implement Canada’s cancer control strategy.

The Partnership’s work spans the cancer control continuum, from prevention and screening to research and supportive care. Our collaborative approach is mindful of the patient voice, and strives to be culturally responsive to the needs of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities.

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer’s model is a unique approach to addressing cancer, co-operating and collaborating across jurisdictions and organizations to optimize the effectiveness and efficiency of cancer control efforts across the continuum. Over a 30-year-span – by 2037 – the Partnership’s goals, shared with its partners, are to reduce the incidence of cancer, lessen the likelihood of Canadians dying from cancer and enhance the quality of life of those living with cancer.

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Experts (19)

Mary  Argent-Katwala

Mary Argent-Katwala

Director, Diagnosis & Clinical Care

Healthcare expert improving standards in cancer diagnosis and treatment across Canada

Clinical Care Pharmaceutical Industry Oncology Biotechnology Epidemiology Cardiology Cancer Prevention Disease Prevention

Heather Bryant, MD, PhD

Heather Bryant, MD, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer

Dr. Heather Bryant is a cancer control leader whose expertise spans the continuum - prevention and screening to diagnosis and clinical care

Epidemiology Public Health Cancer Clinical Research Health Policy Prevention Program Evaluation Research Policy Healthcare

Nicole Beben

Nicole Beben

Vice President, Strategy

Nicole Beben has experience leading complex, strategic initiatives and mobilizing knowledge to create change in the health system.

Strategy Leadership Program Development Performance Measurement Knowledge Mobilization Partner Relations Supporting Indigenous Cancer Control Efforts

Craig Earle, MD.

Craig Earle, MD.

Vice President, Cancer Control

Dr. Earle is a medical oncologist and health services researcher

Health Services Research Gastrointestinal Cancers Medical Oncology

Deborah Dudgeon, MD

Deborah Dudgeon, MD

Senior Scientific Leader, Person-Centred Perspective

Dr. Dudgeon is known internationally for her research into dyspnea (shortness of breath)

Oncology Palliative Care Cancer

Christian Finley, MD

Christian Finley, MD

Expert Lead, Clinical Measures

Dr. Finley is an experienced thoracic surgeon dedicated to improving delivery of cancer care

Lung Cancer Esophageal Cancer Patient Education Improvements Regionalization Efforts Device Engineering Lung Cancer Screening

Esther Green

Esther Green

Director, Person-Centred Perspective

Nursing and oncology expert, working to redefine and improve the paradigms of patient care

Psychosocial Oncology Advance Practice Nursing Oncology Patient Safety Clinical Research Healthcare Patient-Centered Care Patient Engagement

Paul Grundy, MD

Paul Grundy, MD

Expert Lead, Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology

Dr. Paul Grundy is a Professor of Pediatrics and Oncology in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta

Adolescent and Young Adult Cancers Cancer in Children Oncology Healthcare Public Health Clinical Research Cancer Wilms' Tumour

Deb Keen

Deb Keen

Director, Prevention

Public health expert, developing and managing pan-Canadian cancer prevention projects

Cancer Prevention Active Lifestyle Tobacco Cessation Epidemiology Program Evaluation Health Services Research Health communication

Celine Moore, PhD

Celine Moore, PhD

Director, Data Linkage and Research

Leads the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project, Canada’s largest health database involving more than 300,000 participants

Health Data Harmonization of Health Data Population Health Research Drug Development Clinical Development Biotechnology Pharmaceutical Industry Monoclonal Antibodies Life Sciences Protein Chemistry Intellectual Property Contracts and Licensing

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  • Research