Online Medical Education

Find all our current online Medical Education below.  

Online CME Courses

Cancer Care in the Time of COVID19 

Cancer doesn’t stop because of COVID19, and many of the challenges (logistical, psychological, and physical) intensify. The goal of this program is to give insight to help guide healthcare providers in the field of oncology on what to do in this time and to help answer the question, “How can we best care for cancer patients in an uncertain and dangerous healthcare environment?”

2020 West Oncology Conference at Graceland

The 5th Annual West Oncology Conference at Graceland: Advances in the Business and Science of Oncology Special Updates from COA, ASCO, ASH, ASTRO, and ESMO was a valuable forum for the presentation and discussion of new research findings. Participants were provided with an update on practice-changing data on women’s cancers, genitourinary malignancies, disparities in cancer care, gastrointestinal cancers, head and neck cancers, and lung cancer in a practical and interactive format, fostering discussion and impacting clinical outcomes for patients. 

2020 Best of Breast

The Best of Breast is a new and innovative conference on breast cancer set completely in a multidisciplinary tumor board environment. The world’s leading breast cancer experts will discuss cases beginning with high risk characteristics and take us through to survivorship all the while incorporating data from the major oncologic annual meetings. Expert panelists include breast surgeons, plastic surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, geneticists, psychologists, pharmacists, advanced practitioners, and nurses. 

2020 Updates in Breast Cancer from San Antonio

The Updates from San Antonio meeting will provide clinicians state-of-the-art informatio non breast cancer research with focuses in the study on experimental biology, etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of breast cancer and premalignant breast disease. The meeting aims to showcase a balance of clinical, translational, and basic research, while providing a forum for concise updates and in-depth discussion and analysis on the latest scientific findings and practice changing advances in breast cancer treatment from the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.

ctDNA and MRD Testing: Emerging Technologies and Clinical Applications

The phenomenon of tumors shedding cell-free DNA into the blood has opened exciting opportunities in cancer diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment. Initial applications have focused on “liquid biopsy”, to identify clinically actionable mutations when tissue is not available. More recently, emerging technologies have enabled the accurate assessment of molecular residual disease (MRD) in solid cancers, to enable patient stratification in the adjuvant setting, treatment response monitoring, and recurrence monitoring. These MRD technologies also promise to transform and disrupt clinical research, by enabling new trial designs enriched for MRD-positive patients and new surrogate endpoints based on MRD clearance. In this event, we will explore the various technologies being used for liquid biopsy and MRD assessment, as well as the data and applications with highest potential utility in clinical practice and research.


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