Sapporo Conference for Palliative and Supportive Care in Cancer Conference Organizer:Higashi Sapporo Hospital

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【Day 1】 July 21(Thu), 2022

  • 7:55-8:00

    Opening Ceremony
    Chairman: Takeshi Terui (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)

  • 8:00-12:00

    Opioids and cancer pain: Evolving science and practice

    Chair:Russell Portenoy (MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, USA)
    Co-chair:Michiaki Yamakage(Sapporo Medical University, Japan)
    Co-chair:Naohito Shimoyama(Chiba University, Japan)

    • 8:00-8:10

      Introduction and welcome
      Russell Portenoy (MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, USA)

    • 8:10-8:40

      Opioid receptors: Structure, function and plasticity
      Christoph Stein (Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

    • 8:40-9:10

      Genetic variation and the balance between opioid benefit and risk
      Pål Klepstad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

    • 9:10-9:40

      Improving cancer pain management through system change
      Marie Fallon (University of Edinburgh, UK)

    • 10:00-10:30

      Three examples of science translation to practice:
      Opioid rotation, management of breakthrough pain, role of methadone

      Eduardo Bruera (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)

    • 10:30-11:00

      Keynote lecture
      “Balance at the bedside” - Optimizing benefits and minimizing risk through best practices

      Russell Portenoy (MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, USA)

    • 11:00-12:00

      Panel discussion/ Q & A

  • 12:00-13:00

    Luncheon Seminar1
    Integration of oncology and palliative care, a review of its history and directions for the future

    Stein Kaasa (European Palliative Care Research Center (PRC), Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo, Norway)
    Chair: Takeshi Terui (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)

  • 13:00-17:00

    Plenary Session1
    Recent progress in the integration of standard oncology and palliative care

  • 17:00-18:00

    Evening Seminar1
    Palliative nursing - an essential component for the future of palliative care

    Philip Larkin (Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland)
    Chair: Yumiko Ogushi (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)

  • 13:00-17:00

    Meaning Centered Psychotherapy in Advanced Cancer Patients *held at a second location

    Chair: William Breitbart (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA)
    Facilitator: Fujisawa Daisuke (Keio University, Japan)
    Facilitator: Kenji Nakamura (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)
    Facilitator: Mayumi Ishida (Saitama Medical University International Medical Center)

【Day 2】 July 22(Fri), 2022

  • 8:00-12:00

    Making the case for integration of spiritual issues in palliative care

    Chair:Christina Puchalski (George Washington University, USA)
    Co-chair:Betty Ferrell (City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA)
    Co-chair:Chie Watanabe(Showa University, Japan)

    • 8:00-8:40

      Keynote lecture
      Developing educational and clinical models in interprofessional spiritual care: An essential component of palliative care

      Christina Puchalski (George Washington University, USA)

    • 8:40-9:20

      Supporting the integration of spiritual care as an essential component of palliative care
      Betty Ferrell (City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA)

    • 9:20-10:00

      Spirituality and palliative care: Current evidence and future priorities?
      Karen Steinhauser (Duke University School of Medicine and the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center, USA)

    • 10:00-10:40

      Palliative care through the lens of specialist spiritual care
      Anne Vandenhoeck (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)

    • 10:40-11:20

      Embracing a spiritual and compassionate care for patients living with advanced and terminal illnesses with existential and spiritual distress
      Marvin Omar Delgado Guay (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)

    • 11:20-12:00

      Panel discussion/ Q & A

  • 12:00-13:00

    Luncheon Seminar2
    Palliative Care in Medicine and in Life: An Existential Account

    Sheldon Solomon (Skidmore College, USA)
    Chair: Satoshi Miyake (Graduate School of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan)

  • 13:00-17:00

    Plenary Session2
    Determinants and effects of existential suffering in the clinics of palliative care

  • 17:00-18:00

    Evening Seminar2
    Global palliative care development: Promoting access to services and essential medicines, through understanding of international policy and processes

    Joseph Clark (Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre, University of Hull, UK)
    Chair: Toshiro Kusakabe (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)

  • 【Day 3】 July 23, 2022

    • 7:00-7:05

      Opening Ceremony
      Chairman: Satoshi Miyake (Graduate School of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan)

    • 7:05-12:00

      Plenary Session3
      Technology Enabled Care in palliative care

      Chair: David Hui (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)

      • 7:05-7:10

        David Hui
        (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)

      • 7:10-8:05

        Medical digital transformation after COVID-19: Industry 4.0 and healthcare
        Fumiaki Ikeno (Stanford University, USA)

      • 8:05-9:00

        Intelligence augmentation in healthcare platform - Microsoft's view
        Akira Sakakibara (Microsoft Development Co.Ltd, Japan)

      • 9:00-10:00

        Telemedicine, artificial intelligence, and digital therapeutics: Rise of the Robots or the future of compassionate care?
        Mihir M. Kamdar (Massachusetts General Hospital, USA)

      • 10:00-11:00

        Institutional implementation of electronic patient reported outcome measures and telemedicine during the COVID pandemic
        Augusto Caraceni (Fondazione IRCCS National Cancer Institute, Chair of EAPC Research Network, Italy)

      • 11:00-12:00

        The ethical dimensions of technology-enabled palliative care
        Ralf J. Jox (Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland)

    • 12:00-13:00

      Luncheon Seminar3
      Development of a novel department of supportive oncology

      Declan Walsh (Levine Cancer Institute, Editor-in-chief of BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care, USA)
      Chair: Masahiko Nishiyama (Higashi Sapporo Hospital, Japan)

    • 13:00-17:00

      Euthanasia, physician assisted suicide and their connection to palliative care

      Chair: Harvey Max Chochinov (University of Manitoba, Canada)
      Co-Chair: Friedrich Stiefel (Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland)

    • 17:00-17:05

      Closing Ceremony
      Chairman of the 5th SCPSC: Masayoshi Kobune (Sapporo Medical University, Japan)