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Managing sustainable and effective cancer civil society organisations

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For UICC members only badgeAbout UICC's self-guided courses

  • This course was originally designed as a Master course. It was delivered from April to July 2021.
  • It is now open to all UICC members registered on the eLearning platform.
  • You may complete all items in this course or complete only the items that are of interest to you. If you complete all course items you will receive a certificate of completion.
  • This course has been accredited by the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) and its completion gives 8 European CME Credits
  • This course is self-paced. The required time to complete this course is approximately 8 hours.
Course Overview
This course will address areas underpinning the management of civil society organisations, within the context of cancer control, with the aim to support cancer leaders and managers adopt practices that can help their organisations' sustainability and effectiveness.

Learning objectives
  • Provide participants with an understanding of the principles, structures and strategies cancer CSOs can adopt to better organise themselves and become more effective and sustainable.
  • Offer participants different perspectives on how CEOs and managers have tackled management and organisational challenges specific to cancer organisations.
  • Provide a space for participants to connect with peers, reflect on their organisations’ strengths and weaknesses, and expose them to tools and practices for organisational strengthening.
Target audience
The course will be particularly valuable for those operating in lower resource settings, without a specialised business background.

This course is part of the CEO Programme, UICC's flagship leadership initiative supported by:

The course benefits from knowledge support by: