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Live Activities

Let ACCC bring the experts to you. Our professional development series is designed to meet the educational needs of your cancer program or practice.

ACCC Live Activities deliver unique and specialized learning opportunities at your institution so your team can experience highly interactive, actionable content with real-world applications while networking with peers. ACCC works with highly-respected thought leaders to develop a tailored, comprehensive curriculum that is designed to help advance patient care delivery and support quality improvement efforts within your organization. Many programs offer continuing education credit hours.

 
Participation in many of these programs is a benefit reserved for ACCC Cancer Program Members. You may check to see if your organization is listed in our Membership Directory, but if you have additional questions about your membership status—or would like to apply to become an ACCC Cancer Program Member—please contact Arnold Sripinyo, Membership Manager via email or call 301.984.9496, ext. 267.
 
Peer-to-Peer Lectures

Multidisciplinary Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma Care

CME/CNE Credits: No
Deadline: Friday, November 22

Five ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a live, 90-minute discussion at their institution.

Developed in conjunction with clinicians who care for patients with advanced cSCC as well as high-risk skin cancers, this live regional lecture series will facilitate peer-to-peer learning, expand local resources, and discuss the latest treatment techniques. Experts will share their unique perspectives, providing examples of effective practices in diagnosing, testing, and treating this patient population to advance comprehensive care.
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Quality Improvement Initiatives

The Evolving Immunotherapeutic Landscape in Renal Cell Carcinoma

CME/CNE/CPE Credits: Yes
Deadline: Friday, November 29

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members will have an opportunity to host a live, half-day process improvement workshop onsite at their institution.

A three-member multidisciplinary faculty panel will provide didactic presentations and engage in collaborative discussions with multidisciplinary care team members from the host facility. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, a review of the rationale for combining immunotherapies with an angiogenesis inhibitor, vascular endothelial growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor (VEGFR TKI), optimal drug combinations, sequencing of therapies, patient selection criteria, and monitoring and managing immune-related adverse events (irAEs) in patients with RCC.

Workshops will include the development of a Plan-Do-Study-Act worksheet and ACCC follow-up at three and six months to assess practice changes.
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Optimizing Outcomes for Patients with Urothelial Carcinoma

CME/CNE/MOC Credits: Yes
Deadline: Friday, November 29

Four ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a live, half-day process improvement workshop on-site at their institution.

A three-member multidisciplinary faculty panel will provide didactic presentations and engage in collaborative open discussion with members of the multidisciplinary care team. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, a review of current evidence for the use of checkpoint inhibitors and novel agents, including antibody drug conjugates and fibroblast growth factor receptor (FGFR) inhibitors, patient selection criteria, and monitoring and managing immune-related adverse events (irAEs) in patients with advanced urothelial carcinoma. Collateral issues discussed include coordination and communication within the multidisciplinary care team, coverage and reimbursement, and fostering patient education and engagement.

Workshops will include the development of a Plan-Do-Study-Act worksheet and ACCC follow-up at three and six months to assess practice changes.
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Multidisciplinary Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Care Workshop

CME/CNE/MOC Credits: No
Deadline: Friday, November 29

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a live, half-day, quality improvement workshop at their institution.

The workshops will bring together the multidisciplinary team to review their current processes and outcomes, with respect to team coordination, communication, and quality care for their patients. Three ACCC Cancer Program Members will be selected to create and pilot quality improvement plans that address specific barriers and/or gaps in care. Participating sites will create and pilot quality improvement (QI) plans that address specific barriers and/or gaps in care for CLL. ACCC will follow up with participants on these QI pilot programs at one month, three months, and six months.

Selected sites will receive a $1,000 stipend for their participation.
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Tumor Boards

Case Studies in IO: A Closer Look at Care Delivery

CME/CNE Credits: Yes
Deadline: Friday, November 29

Five ACCC Cancer Program Members will have an opportunity to host a 90-minute presentation and discussion at their institution. Topics covered in this live tumor board include monitoring for and managing irAEs, care coordination and communication with non-oncology specialists, and assessment of institution- or practice-specific gaps in IO integration. Shared decision-making, reimbursement, and survivorship.
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Visiting Experts

Multidisciplinary Multiple Myeloma Care

CE Credits: No
Deadline: Friday, November 22

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a live, full-day workshop at their institution on the key issues related to the support, treatment, and management of patients diagnosed with multiple myeloma.

Selected sites will collaborate with ACCC staff, an expert advisory committee, and stakeholders to improve education around the important aspects of multiple myeloma care coordination and delivery. Workshops will include a follow-up at three and six months to assess practices changes.

Sites will also receive a $5,000 stipend for their participation.

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Precision Medicine: Integration of Pathology with the Cancer Care Team

CE Credits: No
Deadline: Wednesday, January 15

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a personalized, four-hour Visiting Experts Workshop on-site at their institution on key issues related to the integration of pathology into the cancer care continuum. Expert faculty will provide the multidisciplinary team with practical takeaways for improving precision medicine/biomarker testing programs and guiding treatment decisions.

In order to be eligible for this live learning opportunity, participants must complete the Precision Medicine Gap Assessment Tool by January 15.

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Multidisciplinary Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Care

CME/CNE/CPE Credits: No
Deadline: Monday, December 2

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members will have an opportunity to host a live, one-day workshop onsite at their institution on key issues related to the optimal care of patients with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), including coordination and communication within the multidisciplinary and multispecialty care teams. These one-day workshops will address existing gaps to help optimize the care of patients with ALL. 

Selected sites will collaborate with ACCC staff, the project's multidisciplinary Advisory Committee, and stakeholders to improve education around ALL care coordination and delivery. Workshops will include a follow-up at three and six months to assess progress on quality improvement efforts. Participants will also be asked to complete a pre- and post-workshop assessment to identify any barriers and challenges for care improvement. 

Selected sites will receive a $1,000 stipend for their participation. In order to be eligible for this learning opportunity, participants must complete a brief questionnaire. 

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Collaborative Learning Workshops to Examine Best Practices for Implementing Cancer Immunotherapies in the Community

CE Credits: Yes
Deadline: N/A

Three ACCC Cancer Program Members have an opportunity to host a live, half-day, on-site workshop at their institution on key issues related to the optimal integration of cancer immunotherapies.

Expert faculty will discuss the latest clinical data for immunotherapy utilization in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), urothelial carcinoma, and melanoma. Workshop participants can expect to learn about coordination and communication within the multidisciplinary care team, coverage, access, and reimbursement barriers and effective solutions, and patient education and engagement.

This educational activity will award continuing education contact hours for physicians and nurses. MOC points in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program are also available.
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What Others are Saying

begin-quoteWhen ACCC came to Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center to conduct a Process Improvement Workshop, it gave our [financial navigation] program broad exposure and put it on the radar of executive leadership. We have made meaningful improvements in our workflow processes but the biggest win is that hospital leadership is now taking notice to support the redesign of our program. This is a major win for our cancer program.

Cody Tyler, Clinical Business Coordinator, Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center end-quote