NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting - 2024

NSGO-CTU welcomes all members and other professionals with interest in Gynaecological Cancer to the
NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting 2024.

The  Meeting will be a face-to-face meeting only on: 18th and 19th of April 2024 at Hotel Best Western Plus Park Globetrotter Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Deadline for registration to the NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting is the 5th of April 2024.

For any questions not adressed at this webpage, please contact Adela Buda: adela.ioana.buda@regionh.dk

Program

Hotel

NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting 2024 will be at
Best Western Plus Park Globetrotter Copenhagen Airport,
Engvej 171,
Copenhagen Denmark.

It is located 5 minutes away from the Airport and less than 15 minutes away from the city centre.
Link to Google Maps

Guests can book single rooms at a favorable price.
The price for a single room including breakfast is 942 DKK per night. The price for a double room including breakfast is 1042 DKK per night. 

For hotel booking you must send an email to Best Western via their email: hotelcopenhagen@parkcity.dk, informing them of:

  • Your Full Name.
  • If you want to book either a single or double room.
  • Time and date of arrival.
  • Time and date of departure.
  • The Reservation Code

The reservation code is NSGO-CTU – RES. 1182637 SKI price
NSGO-CTU has limited hotel room reservations held for meeting participants, and rooms are booked as first-come, first-served.

General information about the accomodation:

  • Check in will be possible from 15:00 PM.
  • Check out before 12:00 PM.
  • Reception is open 24/7

NSGO-CTU is looking forward to welcome you to Copenhagen and the Investigator Meeting.

Registration

Registration for NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting 2024 is open now.
Deadline for registration is the 5th of April 2024.

Invited speakers:
Invited speakers do not need to register: NSGO-CTU will cover the administration fees for all Speakers (+/- NSGO members), and registration will automatically be handled by the NSGO-CTU office.

Invited NSGO speakers:
Invited NSGO speakers must book accomodation via the hotel email provided in the hotel section, and perform own travel-reservations (economy class).

Reimbursement from NSGO-CTU can be requested via the reimbursement form posted online on 22nd of April 2024.

Specified non-pharma representatives:
The administration fee is 270 EURO and will cover participation in the NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting including the three Scientific Satellite Symposias.

Accommodation and travel will be covered by the attendee.

Representatives (non-speakers) from NSGO-CTU sites:
Representatives (non-speakers) from NSGO-CTU sites must all register for the Investigator Meeting: NSGO-CTU will cover administration fee for up to three representatives from each NSGO-CTU site (PI, study-coordinators, or nurses).

In addition, NSGO-CTU will reimburse up to total 150 EURO pr. each of the three representatives for hotel and travel (invited speakers are not part of these three).

Additional representatives from NSGO-CTU sites:
Can register at a reduced administration fee of 270 EURO.

Accommodation and travel will be covered by the attendee.

The administration fee includes participation in the Investigator Meeting and the three Scientific Satellite Symposias.

Non NSGO-members and Sponsor Attendees:
The administration fee is 750 EURO and will cover participation in the NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting including the three Scientific Satellite Symposias.

Accommodation and travel will be covered by the attendee.

All Attendees:
Meals and refreshments are included and will be provided throughout the meeting.

Please register via the registration form below.

Please note that you must book your own accomodation via the email provided under hotel section.

NSGO-Members, PI & Study Coordinators/Nurses

Sponsors, Exhibitors &
Non-members

Gold Sponsors

Exhibitors

Educational Grant

NSGO-CTU Educational grant for young doctors from the department of gynecology/oncology in a Finnish hospital.

3 x Grants of 1000 € (for transport and accommodation)

Please send an email to adela.ioana.buda@regionh.dk for the Application Form.

Reimbursement Information

The reimbursement form will be published on the 22nd of April 2024.

Transport Information

Transport information from airport to Hotel.

Hotel Best Western Plus Park Globetrotter Copenhagen Airport is located 5 minutes away from Copenhagen Airport.

Public transportation:
Public transport is the fastest way to get to the Best Western Plus Hotel.

Copenhagen airport has its own metro station and from here you can take the metro to the hotel:
Take the M2 line for two stops, and get off at Femøren Station. The Bests Western Plus hotel is located right by Femøren station.

Click for travel guide

For more information see: www.rejseplanen.dk

Taxis:
Private taxis are available outside the airport. Feel free to contact the front desk at Best Western Plus for booking.
The trip from the airport by taxi takes app. 20 minutes. Prices are 100-150 DKK (13-20 EUR).

Order airport Taxi

Parking at Best Western Plus:
Parking at Best Western Plus is 360 DKK (22 EUR) per day.

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Privacy Policy for NSGO

NSGO treats personal information and complies with the laws and principles of good data processing practices. Therefore, we have adopted this Privacy Policy, which briefly describes how we treat personal information, so legal and transparent processing is ensured.

We are responsible for processing your personal information:

NSGO is the data controller and you can always contact the organization’s data protection officer:

Mansoor Raza Mirza

Nordic Society of Gynecologic Oncology – Clinical Trial Unit
Copenhagen University Hospital
Department of Oncology, 9431
Blegdamsvej 60
DK-2100 Copenhagen
Office phone: +45 35 45 33 78
fax: +45 3545 2898
Mansoor.Raza.Mirza@regionh.dk.

We treat the following personal information about members:

  • General personal information: For example, contact information such as name, work address, work phone number, private phone number, date of birth, email address, country, work title, date of membership, date of membership termination and cv in relation to membership application. Parts of credit card number via Epay and, if applicable, Bank account number for reimbursement purposes. When applicable, Board Members may be asked to give NSGO copies of other personal documents (for example passport or tax bill) in relation to the Danish Laundering Act.
  • Other information: For example, positions of trust, board membership and other duties in relation to the organization.

We collect personal information from:

Usually we will get the information from you, when you register to become a member of NSGO and when you apply for reimbursements or pay your membership fee

The organization’s legal basis to process personal information:

  • That we as an organization have a (legitimate) interest in processing your information
  • That it is necessary for us to fulfill an agreement with you
  • You have agreed that we can process your information via becoming a member of the

The purpose of processing personal information:

  • That we can run the organization’s activities, including planning, implementing and following up on them
  • To invite to vote for Board and President Elect elections
  • To distribute newsletters
  • To comply with legislation
  • To deliver services, in the form of the possibility to participate in the Annual Meeting, Investigator Meeting and if applicable Strategic Meetings, Board Meetings, Scientific Committee Meetings, Foundation Meetings.
  • To notify members about other Gynecologic Cancer Managing your relationship with the organization
  • To handle your membership rights
  • For you to fulfill your obligations as a member of the organization, including paying the membership fee, etc.
  • Being able to display situation images from a specific event in the organization for instance from NSGO Annual Meetings
  • To maintain historical value data for statistics and the like

Consent:

When you become a member, we have a legal basis to process your personal information for the (legitimate) interest of the organization. However, it may happen that we judge it necessary to obtain your written consent for other purposes. In that case you will have the opportunity to voluntarily agree, and you may withdraw it at any time by notifying us.

Dispatch of your personal information:

We do not disclose information about you to anyone outside the organization without your consent, however, it should be noted, that if you e.g. accept an invitation to a meeting, your personal information might be forwarded to the meeting location or the meeting organizer. Only personal information relevant for the 3rd party will be disclosed in these circumstances.

Storing and deleting your personal information:

For historical reasons and as your details might be saved in old attendance lists, email correspondence and minutes from meetings, we cannot promise that all personal information about you will be deleted, if you terminate your membership.

Your rights:

You have a number of rights via the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):

  • The Right to Information (to be informed what information we process about you)
  • The Right to Rectification (to have false information about you corrected)
  • The Right to Restriction of processing (under certain conditions, to have the processing of your data restricted)
  • The Right to Object (to object to your information being used for wrong purposes)

You may make use of your rights by contacting us. If you submit a request to have your personal information corrected or deleted, we will investigate whether the conditions are met and, in that case, make changes or deletions as soon as possible and, if applicable, also notify our data processors to do so.

You can file a complaint with the supervisory authorities – The Danish ‘Datatilsynet’ – About processing your personal information (www.datatilsynet.dk).

Revision of Privacy Policy:

We reserve the right to change the organization’s privacy policy. When we change privacy policy, we also change the date and version number at the bottom of this document. In case of significant changes, you will receive a notification.

The current privacy policy is always available on our website.

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Privacy Policy for NSGO-CTU

NSGO-CTU treats personal information and complies with the laws and principles of good data
processing practices. Therefore, we have adopted this Privacy Policy, which briefly describes how we treat personal information, so legal and transparent processing is ensured.

We are responsible for processing your personal information:

NSGO-CTU is the data controller and you can contact the organization’s data protection officer:

Mansoor Raza Mirza

Nordic Society of Gynecologic Oncology – Clinical Trial Unit
Copenhagen University Hospital
Department of Oncology, 9431
Blegdamsvej 60
DK-2100 Copenhagen
Office phone: +45 35 45 33 78
fax: +45 3545 2898
Mansoor.Raza.Mirza@regionh.dk.

We treat the following personal information about personnel participating in NSGO-CTU trials:
• General personal information: For example; contact information such as name, work
address, work phone number, date of birth, email address, country, work title, date of start
of participation and termination in a trial and, if applicable, CV, GCP certificates, records of
training and other qualification data.
• If applicable, financial disclosure forms and/or Bank account number for reimbursement
purposes.

We collect personal information from:
• We will ask you to provide us the information yourself, when you in decide to take part
in NSGO-CTU trials.
The organization’s legal basis to process personal information:
• That we as an organization have a (legitimate) interest in processing your information, for
example to secure your qualifications in handling the care of the participants in a trial.
• That it is necessary for us to fulfill an agreement with your employer
• You have agreed that we can process your information via signing the delegation log.
The purpose of processing personal information:
• The participation of an investigator or of other individuals in a clinical trial which is being
conducted according to the principals governing clinical research as set out in the
Declaration of Helsinki and with the acceptance of all involved Regulatory Health
Authorities and involved Ethical Committees, requires collection, recording, storage,
transfer and/or other use of personal data (personal data processing).
• Communicate regarding studies.
• To handle payments and reimbursements.
• To comply with legislation.
• To deliver services, in the form of the possibility to participate in the Annual Meeting,
Investigator Meeting.
• To be able to give you access to IT systems, databases, eCRFs etc. related to the functioning
of each individual trial.

Consent:
When you decide to take part in a NSGO-CTU trial NSGO-CTU either makes a contract with you or
your employer where terms and conditions are described, or if you put your name on the
Delegation Log of a trial, you agree to the information described in this Privacy Policy.
However, it may happen that we judge it necessary to obtain your written consent for other
purposes. In that case you will have the opportunity to voluntarily agree, and you may withdraw it
at any time by notifying us.
Be aware that there are legal bases for certain forms of processing of your data for the abovementioned purposes and that your consent is the only legal basis for other forms of processing.

Dispatch of your personal information:
Depending on your role in a trial, your personal information might be shared with personnel at
other sites, monitors, group staff in other countries, NSGO-CTU office staff, members of NSGO,
CRO staff, Ethics Committees and Competent Authorities, both in Europe, but also in countries
outside the European Economic Area (for example the US). If your data (personal information) has
been transferred, they will be subject to the data protection legislation of the respective country,
also if a less severe data protection law should exist.
We do not disclose information about you to anyone outside the organization without the above
consent, however, it should be noted, that if you e.g. accept an invitation to a meeting, your
personal information might be forwarded to the meeting location or the meeting organizer. Only
personal information relevant for the 3rd party will be disclosed in these circumstances.
Furthermore, your data can be transmitted to public databases for registration, as well as
publication of a trial and your data can be stored and published in those databases.
Storing and deleting your personal information:
For historical reasons and as your details might be saved in old attendance lists, email
correspondence and minutes from meetings, we cannot promise that all personal information
about you will be deleted, when you end your participation in a study. In general, all information
about a trial is deleted at least 20 years after end of study.

Your rights:
You have a number of rights via the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):
• The Right to Information (to be informed what information we process about you)
• The Right of Access (to get a print of the information we process about you)
• The Right to Rectification (to have false information about you corrected)
• The Right to Erasure (to delete information we process about you, however, information
already received cannot be deleted)
• The Right to Restriction of processing (under certain conditions, to have the processing of
your data restricted)
• The Right to Object (to object to your information being used for wrong purposes)

You may make use of your rights by contacting us, however, the legality of the processing carried out
prior to e.g., a withdrawal will not be affected. If you submit a request to have your personal
information corrected or deleted, we will investigate whether the conditions are met and, in that
case, make changes or deletions as soon as possible and, if applicable, also notify our data
processors to do so.

If you do not believe that NSGO-CTU handles your data correctly, you can file a complaint with the
supervisory authorities – The Danish ‘Datatilsynet’ – About processing your personal information
(www.datatilsynet.dk).

Revision of Privacy Policy:
We reserve the right to change the organization’s privacy policy. When we change privacy policy,
we also change the date and version number at the bottom of this document. In case of significant
changes, you will receive a notification.

The current privacy policy for NSGO-CTU is always available on our website.

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