Coming to screens statewide, the HSCO [Virtual] Annual Conference will inspire you to rethink care delivery as you immerse yourself in transformative discussions on the latest clinical education.
-Next Generation Sequencing
-Integrative Medicine and Disparities
-Disparities and Clinical Trials
-COVID's Impact on Care on Neighboring Islands
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Course material available Sept. 1, 2021 – Nov. 30, 2022
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and the University of Washington School of Medicine are pleased to offer the 12th Annual Comprehensive Hematology and Oncology Review Course virtually as a library of on-demand course content. This educational program is designed for those interested in a comprehensive update on solid tumors and hematologic disorders, including those certifying or re-certifying for their boards. Available virtually as a library of pre-recorded videos, with downloadable study materials, this course can be purchased as three separate packages: comprehensive, medical oncology and hematology.
Course Co-chairs: Ryan D. Cassaday, MD, and Andrew Coveler, MD.
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We invite you to a free, CME-accredited, provider-focused live discussion: Immune Related Adverse Events – A Series of Panels Exploring the Side Effects of Immunotherapy, hosted by Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. During the event, providers will present immunotherapy related treatment and research updates, and discuss clinical challenges. We will begin with a didactic session, and finish with a case discussion and questions.
Panel 3: October 9th, 2021 (9:00-10:30am PDT)
“Rheumatologic Immune Related Adverse Events”
Maria E. Suarez-Almazor, MD
Barnts Family Distinguished Professor, Department of Health Services Research, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Course Co-chairs: Petros Grivas, MD, PhD, and Shailender Bhatia, MD.
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Free CME credit is offered with this talk and if learners claim the free CME credit, the value is considered non-monetary compensation and tracked at $25 per learner, which meets Fair Market Value. Any learner can attend for free and choose not to claim free CME credit.