The new Clinical Research in Oncology collection offers eLearning courses aimed at early-career oncologists.
The Self-Evaluation Activities Collection offers patient case-based multiple-choice questions on a variety of cancer topics to evaluate your level of oncology knowledge or prepare for a board exam
A comprehensive overview of immunotherapy as it relates to the field of oncology.
The Cancer Genetics and Tumor Genomics Programs are designed to enhance understanding of genetics and genomics, and their implications for clinical research and patient care.
Monthly multidisciplinary presentations that explore evidence relating to issues in case scenario.
A series of monthly user-driven discussions on the interpretation and understanding of tumor molecular profiling tests and studies.
This course will cover the anti-cancer therapies and issues related to the care and treatment of patients with breast, prostate, colon, lung, and hematologic cancers.
A crowd sourced discussion on molecular oncology.
An eLearning course on manuscript processes and guidelines
A case-based presentation on metastatic colon cancer dependent on the side.
The Cancer Genetics Program is designed to increase knowledge in the area of hereditary cancer genetics.
This program will cover Topics in Pain Management and case scenarios. Updated in 2018.