GOG Mission Statement

 

The GOG Foundation, Inc. (GOG Foundation) is an independent international non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting excellence in the quality and integrity of clinical and basic scientific research in the field of gynecologic malignancies, including cancers that arise from the ovaries, uterus, cervix, vagina, and vulva. The mission of the GOG Foundation is to conduct clinical and translational research that positively impacts women through the prevention and treatment of gynecologic malignancies.

CME Mission Statement

The GOG Continuing Medical Education (CME) program represents another core mission of the organization.   Through its Semi-Annual Symposia, Scientific Sessions and Workshops, the GOG is dedicated to disseminating the clinical implications of its research findings to member and non-member physicians and other health-care professionals in the United States, Canada and other countries; and to interested members of the lay public, including cancer survivors, their families, support groups and other advocates. 

CME PURPOSE AND GOALS

The purpose of the GOG CME program is to provide and promote an infrastructure dedicated to enhancing the knowledge base of GOG meeting participants and guests centered on the development, execution, analysis and application of GOG-supported clinical trials. To that end, the CME Program engages in these discussions member researchers and invited clinicians committed to reducing the risk and improving outcomes for women at risk for or afflicted with a gynecologic malignancy.

The educational goals of our CME program are to:

         Increase the awareness of physicians and allied health professionals regarding current standards of care and important research issues with respect to the prevention and treatment of gynecologic cancer, and

         Increase the capacity of our multidisciplinary members to design and conduct high-quality research related to gynecologic cancers.

 

 

 


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