The Video Journal of Oncology (VJOncology) is an independent, global, open-access video journal, dedicated to providing trusted and up-to-date information in order to improve the awareness and understanding of oncology.
Our goal is to expedite learning through the sharing of new data and expert opinion, and to rapidly disseminate the latest news and information to healthcare professionals, worldwide, on a range of innovative digital media – including video and blog formats.
VJOncology content is led by an editorial board of highly respected thought leaders with a combined expertise that spans the spectrum of cancers. All content is created and published under the guidance of this board of world-leading experts.
Broadcasting the latest news, education and opinion from key congresses and meetings
Publishing content via a range of interactive online formats, we provide an engaged healthcare professional audience with succinct and relevant video coverage, including:
The award-winning team behind VJOncology have decades of experience in scientific and educational publishing in oncology. We are dedicated to producing the highest quality scientific content, developing the most rigorous editorial processes, upholding the strictest adherence to recognised regulatory and editorial guidelines.
Having launched and managed other successful educational platforms, we strive to push the boundaries of digital communication by producing content and publishing tools that allow our community to share and collaborate quickly and efficiently online.
Partner with us!
We welcome partnerships with associations, societies, industry, medical centres, and other groups. VJOncology is supported through educational grants and sponsorship. Please get in touch if you’d like to explore collaboration or to discuss how we could engage with you and your audiences.
It is the policy of VJOncology to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all of its online educational activities, and to include information free of commercial bias.
All individuals in a position to influence the content of this activity have disclosed relevant financial interests or relationships of their own, their spouse/partner, or their worksite, with manufacturers or providers of commercial products, services, technology or programs.
All final publication decisions are made by the VJOncology Editorial Team or Medical Advisory Board. The acceptance of content is based on its originality and importance to the field as assessed by the Editors.
We do receive educational grants from industry supporters in order to fund ongoing development of high-quality medical education. The source of all commercial support is clearly disclosed to participants of the educational activities, as well as on all digital and video content created using grant funding.
We do allow industry and institutions to submit directed educational and promotional content to the journal for publication. We will only publish content that we feel is informative and of use to our audience. All promotional content is clearly labeled as such, and has been reviewed and approved by our Editorial Team.