Dr. Khalil Sultanem, co-lead for the RCN's Head & Neck Disease Site Team, provides an update on his group's initiatives. 

Jonathan Di Tomasso (right) discusses his RCN-funded research with Dr. Ari Meguerditchian, the RCN's Cancer Quality & Innovation program lead. 

Dr. Wilson Miller, the RCN's clinical lead, outlines the 5 strategic priorities in the newly released 2016-2021 RCN Operational Plan.

Dr. Lorenzo Ferri, one of the RCN's CQI Research Grant awardees, contributes to the discussion after one of the presentations. 

3rd Annual Retreat: A great success!

Over 190 physicians, nursing staff, allied health professionals, researchers and patient representatives, came together to discuss the future of cancer care in the McGill-affiliated hospitals.  

View the presentations and posters

 Erin Cook (left), head oncology nurse at the JGH, leads a panel discussion on the importance of addressing the urgent care needs of cancer patients.

Dr. Gerald Batist, head of the Segal Cancer Centre at the JGH and member of the RCN executive, presents data from the RCN balanced scorecard. 

Dr. Eduardo Franco (centre), chair of McGill's Department of Oncology and member of the RCN Executive Committee, explains his position to Dr. Walter Gotlieb (right), the RCN's co-lead for the gynecology disease site team.


Dr. Jean Latreille, director of the Direction générale de cancérologie, catches up with Antoinette Ehrler, associate director of nursing services for the Segal Cancer Centre at the JGH.

Dr. David Eidelman (left), dean of McGill's Faculty of Medicine and chair of the RCN's governance group, compares notes with Dr. Adrian Langleben, chief of oncology at St. Mary's and a member of the RCN executive. 

Lynne McVey, associate PDG of the CIUSSS Ouest-de-l’Île, asks a question following a presentation.

RCN Retreat 2016


The Rossy Cancer Network held its Second Annual Retreat at the Centre  Mont-Royal in Montreal on September 16, 2016.

Over 135 physicians, nurses, allied health professionals and researchers came together to review the work undertaken in the network in the past year and to discuss new initiatives that could help integrate the network in terms of supportive and palliative care, urgent care needs and leading-edge treatments. 

To view or download selected material from the retreat, please click on the links below to access the PDF files.




*The posters provided here are for personal use only.  Please do not modify or distribute them without the author's permission. Contact ana.pauna [at] mcgill.ca for contact information.

Cancer Quality & Innovation (CQI) EDUCATION GRANTS

Cancer Quality & Innovation (CQI) RESEARCH GRANTS


QI2 FUND (Quality Improvement Initiatives Fund)

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