Educational Events & Programs
Opportunities for Collaboration and Sponsorship
Thank you for your interest in working with the NCCN! We welcome the opportunity
to explore potential business collaborations with you.
NCCN offers programs and services for clinicians, patients, cancer centers, and
organizations dedicated to delivering quality cancer care, as outlined in the following
sections describing such programs. We are always open to suggestions and new ideas
The primary goal of all NCCN initiatives is to improve the quality, effectiveness,
and efficiency of oncology practice so patients can live better lives.
Live NCCN International Congresses
and Symposia – Educational ex-U.S. programs for clinicians
and other professionals who treat patients with cancer, based on treatment recommendations
of the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®)
and NCCN Guidelines: Local Editions. For
more information, please contact Marisa Getzewich, Manager, Business Development: +1.215.690.0563.
NCCN eBulletin International Newsletter – Electronic newsletter delivered monthly to all registered international (non-U.S.) users of NCCN.org. NCCN eBulletin International Edition content includes feature articles on topics including clinical and operational trends in the delivery of cancer care and the oncology health policy environment, NCCN international collaborations and programs, notification of recent updates to the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®), and links to notable advances in treatment and research at the NCCN Member Institutions with an emphasis on NCCN’s and NCCN Member Institutions’ international engagements. The NCCN eBulletin International Edition is an opportunity for advertisers to position their products and services in front of more than 35,000 international NCCN.org users. For more information, please contact Marisa Getzewich, Manager, Business Development: +1.215.690.0563.
NCCN Global Leadership Exchange – Interactive, informational meetings and operational tours of NCCN Member Institutions for hospital administrators of foreign cancer centers. For more information, please contact Marisa Getzewich, Manager, Business Development: +1.215.690.0563.
– A new survey-based data and analytics tool from NCCN that researches how
clinicians in the United States and internationally deliver cancer care. For more
information, please contact
Christine MacCracken, MSHEd, BSN, Senior Director, Business Insights: +1.215.690.0557.
NCCN Oncology Research Program (ORP)
– Implementation of the successfully developed Research Grant Model to support
the research enterprise at NCCN Member Institutions and to facilitate the post-approval
evaluation of innovative and promising therapies by identifying significant research
issues in collaboration with participating pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies
and then facilitating investigator-initiated clinical research in those specific
areas at NCCN Member Institutions. For more information, please contact
Diane E. Paul, MS, RN, Vice President, Oncology Research Program: +1.215.690.0230.