Effective survivorship care requires coordination among a team of specialists, as well as counseling and education that enables patients to effectively manage their post-treatment health and well-being. As the long-term effects of checkpoint inhibitors are incorporated into survivorship planning, a multidisciplinary panel will discuss evidence-based strategies to provide a framework to address the unique needs of patients treated with immunotherapy.
This activity is intended for medical, surgical, radiation oncologists; primary care physicians; internal medicine specialists; health care professionals including oncology pharmacists, oncology advanced practice nurses and physician assistants, and other health care providers who participate in the care of patients with cancer.
- Apply recent guidelines and expert recommendations for the creation of comprehensive survivorship plans for patients who have received immune checkpoint inhibitors
- Plan strategies on developing survivorship plans within your multidisciplinary cancer care team
Approximate Time to Complete: 60 minutes
Credit Available: June 10, 2020 - February 28, 2021
Developed through a collaboration between SITC and PlatformQ.