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Implementing Immuno-Oncology Education in a Community Cancer Center

Implementing Immuno-Oncology Education in a Community Cancer Center

 

 

This grant-funded 1.5-hour CME panel discussion features faculty and members of the inter-professional team involved in an Implementation Science (IS) pilot program at a community cancer center. Panelists will discuss key findings related to the challenges and barriers they had to overcome in implementing immuno-oncology education, lessons learned, and plans for sustaining changes and improvements.  Panelists will discuss the importance of creating a team environment, practical applications of immuno-oncology (IO) biomarkers and checkpoint inhibitors to treat different types of cancers, and how they addressed immune-related adverse events (irAEs). They will share their experiences applying the Active Implementation Framework (the who, when, how, and what) as the use of immunotherapy expanded within their cancer center.

 

The activity offers 1.5 CME, CMLE, or SAMs CME credit.
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This grant-funded 1.5-hour CME panel discussion features faculty and members of the inter-professional team involved in an Implementation Science (IS) pilot program at a community cancer center. Panelists will discuss key findings related to the challenges and barriers they had to overcome in...

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