What Do All Those Lines and Colors Mean? Interpreting Cancer Data Plots.

IASLC Webinars, What do all those lines and colors mean? Interpreting Cancer Data Plots
Overview

Join a cancer scientist and research advocate as they discuss common charts, graphs, and terms used to describe clinical trial results and data at a level understandable by the general public. This webinar will help equip patients/survivors, caregivers, and research advocates with the skills to understand these data plots when they are shared with a journal article or quickly during a conference presentation.

This complimentary webinar will be presented in English with live interpretation in the following languages. 

  • French (Canadian) 
  • French (European) 
  • Spanish (Latin American) 
  • Spanish (European) 
  • German 
  • Japanese 
  • Greek 
  • Hindi 
Date
Aug 26, 2021 -
Aug 26, 2021
Location

Online

Thursday, August 26, 2021 

9 AM MDT, 11 AM EDT, 4 PM BST (UK)

At the end of the webinar, learners will be able to:  

  1. Identify the different types of data plots commonly used to summarize cancer clinical trial results. 
  2. Understand the layout, terminology, and significant data in each type of plot. 
  3. Improve ability to communicate clinical trial results to patients and caregivers as well as the public at large. 

This presentation is part of the IASLC STARS (Supportive Training for Advocates on Research and Science) program for Patient Research Advocates and is open to anyone interested in these topics, or anyone whose life is impacted by lung cancer.

Janet Freeman-Daily, MS, Eng discloses she receives contracted research support grant funds from Genentech and Turning Point Therapeutics and is on an advisory board for Genentech.

Amy Moore, PhD has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

All other planners, reviewers and staff reported no relevant financial relationships.

All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated

Thursday, August 26, 2021 

9 AM MDT, 11 AM EDT, 4 PM BST (UK)

At the end of the webinar, learners will be able to:  

  1. Identify the different types of data plots commonly used to summarize cancer clinical trial results. 
  2. Understand the layout, terminology, and significant data in each type of plot. 
  3. Improve ability to communicate clinical trial results to patients and caregivers as well as the public at large. 

This presentation is part of the IASLC STARS (Supportive Training for Advocates on Research and Science) program for Patient Research Advocates and is open to anyone interested in these topics, or anyone whose life is impacted by lung cancer.

Janet Freeman-Daily, MS, Eng discloses she receives contracted research support grant funds from Genentech and Turning Point Therapeutics and is on an advisory board for Genentech.

Amy Moore, PhD has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

All other planners, reviewers and staff reported no relevant financial relationships.

All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated

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Moderator and Participant

Janet Freeman-Daily
Janet Freeman-Daily

MS, Eng

Lung cancer patient and research advocate
Retired aerospace systems engineer, freelance writer, speaker, and metastatic lung cancer patient/activist
Member Story: Dr. Amy Moore
Amy Moore

PhD

VP, Global Engagement and Patient Partnerships
LUNGevity Foundation