Welcome to ReachMD. This activity, entitled “Elevating Global Cancer Care Through Continuing Medical Education” is provided by Prova Education.
How can we collectively improve cancer care, apply the latest clinical data and evidence-based recommendations, and ensure our patients receive the highest quality of care available?
Hello, I'm Dr. Wui-Jin Koh, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. The NCCN is dedicated to improving and facilitating quality, effective, equitable, and accessible cancer care so all patients can live better lives.
There is considerable research highlighting the gaps in professional practice that may have negative consequences for the care of patients with cancer. Recent published studies and dedicated surveys have identified issues with dissemination of information and in healthcare provider knowledge, for example, with regard to the identification of molecular targets and the selection of immuno-oncologic therapeutics. These gaps in universally appropriate application may well impede the outcomes and overall survival of many patients with cancer.
We are fortunate to have gathered top experts from around the world to discuss evidence- and consensus-based recommendations from the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines, as well as the latest emerging clinical evidence. Our multiformat, multispecialty, and multiregional comprehensive continuing medical education curriculum is designed to support your care of patients across 9 different solid tumors. This learning is available for all levels and types of clinicians with specific components for medical oncology, and specialty-specific CME credit is available for all participants.
Please join us in this educational series and in our mutual efforts to improve cancer care globally.
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