ecancermedicalscience is an open access cancer journal focused on under-resourced communities. In order to help reduce global inequalities in cancer care and treatment, we provide free access to all articles from the point of publication and we only charge authors who have specific funding to cover publication costs.
The journal considers articles on all aspects of research relating to cancer, including molecular biology, genetics, pathophysiology, epidemiology, clinical reports, controlled trials (in particular if they are independent or publicly funded trials), health systems, cancer policy and regulatory aspects of cancer care.
Africa has made tremendous progress in medicine in recent years, and education has always been recognised as the most powerful tool for accessing the latest innovations and information. This special issue aims to reflect the progress made in oncology education in various institutions from across Africa.
The papers included in this special issue include topics ranging from the experience of training oncologists in a low resource setting in Zimbabwe to oncology nursing education and training in Africa, as well as building oncology radiation capacity for low and middle income countries (LMICs) through collaboration, mentorship and research. The COVID-19 pandemic has made the development of effective approaches for online education even more necessary, and this issue aims to contribute towards the development of medical education of the highest standards, strengthening the process of continuous learning, and developing collaboration beyond political or geographical borders.Read the full editorial
Watch Guest Editor Cristina Stefan discuss the topics included in this special issue