ACADI has been busy over the past few weeks. Here are some of our exciting updates:
Dr. Sophie Pilleron Represents ACADI on the SciLux Podcast:
Our Group Leader, Dr. Sophie Pilleron, has been actively promoting ACADI’s upcoming work. In a recent episode of the Scilux Podcast, Dr. Pilleron discusses her background, research interests and the unit’s ambitious plans. Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to the insightful conversation and learn more by clicking on the following link: https://play.rtl.lu/shows/en/scilux/episodes/r/2033951
If you enjoyed this appearance stay tuned for the next one! Dr. Pilleron will be featured in an upcoming episode of the Journal of Geriatric Oncology’s podcast, where she will delve into her latest research on addressing loneliness in older adults with cancer. You will not want to miss this upcoming episode. More information to follow.
Inspiring Talk by Bonnie Leung:
ACADI recently had the pleasure of hosting Bonnie Leung, a nurse practitioner and PhD student from British Columbia, Canada. Bonnie presented her scoping review work, which focused on culturally and linguistically diverse older adults with cancer. Her thought-provoking talk sparked valuable discussions among attendees and holds the potential for exciting future research collaborations. Her work is due to be published in the upcoming months.
ACADI to be presented at the upcoming University of Luxembourg Conference:
ACADI will be presented in an upcoming conference organized by the University of Luxembourg. The conference, titled “Conférence ‘Comment faire bénéficier les soins de santé de la culture des données ? Un héritage de Florence Nightingale, infirmière pionnière'” will take place on the 9th of June. If you are attending, feel free view our poster and chat with us.
Until next time, take care and stay tuned!
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