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Wednesday, June 17th, 2020


Title: It's Time to Ask and Tell: Sexual and Gender Minorities with Cancer 

Time: 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET

Presenter: Morgan Stirling, MSc


Brief Biography:

Morgan Stirling, M.Sc is a Projects and Evaluation Coordinator in the Underserved Populations Program at CancerCare Manitoba. As a Projects and Evaluation Coordinator in CancerCare Manitoba’s Underserved Population Program, Morgan works to identify and address barriers to care in Manitoba’s cancer system that lead to health inequities. Previous to this position, Morgan worked as an Education Facilitator at the Rainbow Resource Centre (Manitoba’s LGBT support and resource centre). At RRC, Morgan presented and facilitated numerous workshops and sessions to healthcare providers on how to provide culturally competent care to the sexual and gender minority community.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Differentiate between sexual orientation and gender identity
  2. Describe and define various SGM identities
  3. Explain how heterosexism and cissexism impact cancer care for SGMs
  4. Apply best practices for caring for SGMs with cancer




POSTPONED to July 2020


Title: Understanding Biosimilars: A Nurses Guide

Time: 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET

Presenter: Karyn Perry, RN, BSN, MBA, CON(C) 


Brief Biography:

Karyn graduated with her BScN in 2003 and her MBA in 2012. She has practiced in numerous settings, across the country, including inpatient oncology, oncology clinics, systemic therapy, and educator. Currently, she is the Manager, at the Stronach Regional Cancer Centre in Newmarket Ontario. 
Karyn participated in the Pan-Canadian Oncology Biosimilars Initiative as a member of the clinical operations and education working groups on the introduction and implementation of biosimilars in Canada. She co-authored “Biosimilars in oncology in Canada and the role of nurses” in the Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal and has presented numerous times on biosimilars since 2012.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe how biosimilars are how they differ from generics
  2. Describe why biosimilars are emerging now, along with challenges and opportunities of integrating biosimilars into clinical practice
  3. Provide patient centered answers to commonly asked patient questions
  4. Gain a deeper understanding of the Canadian review and approval process for biosimilars



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