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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Continuing Education And Certificate Programs

There are some great CEU programs out there. I wanted to highlight just a sampling of these.

Projects In Knowledge have some great individual CEUs, as well as various certificate programs. You can do individual courses or complete them all to obtain the certificate. All are free, but you need to register.

1. The Advanced Certificate Program: Lung Cancer Management
Curriculum I courses present a basic overview of management strategies for optimal personalized care of lung cancer patients. Curriculum II presents more-advanced courses that build on scientific advances and the topics covered in Curriculum I.

2. The Advanced Certificate Program: Breast Cancer Management
Curriculum I courses present a basic overview of management strategies for optimal personalized care of breast cancer patients. Curriculum II presents more advanced courses that build on new scientific developments and the topics covered in Curriculum I.

3. The Certificate Program in Advanced/Metastatic Colorectal Cancer features the very latest information about:
- Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis
- Colorectal Cancer Treatment
- Colorectal Cancer Disease Management

4. The Advanced Certificate Program in Hepatocellular Carcinoma

5. Caring for Oncology Patients: Tips and Tools for Managing Targeted Therapy
"The curriculum offered in this CME/CE program promises to be a timely and continuously updated source of practical information that can be immediately used in treating, monitoring, and managing side effects in cancer patients receiving targeted therapy."


Other CEUs to be had include:
- PainEDU CE Course:
"Interactive case-based learning modules address a range of topics in pain assessment and pain management. Articles and treatment recommendations explore a balanced approach to care with the patients who are prescribed opioids. Update your clinical skills, test your knowledge, and enhance your approach to care!"

- CaPHO's "HOPE" series of CE features topics such as: CINV, Epigenetics, and Molecular Biology of Cancer and Promise of Targeted Therapy.

- Advancing the Safe and Appropriate Use of Oral Chemotherapy Agents: An Interdisciplinary Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals

- http://www.oncologyeducation.ca/ - have to register


Feel free to post other CEUs you find in the comments.

2 comments:

Christopher (Chris) Ralph January 26, 2010 at 11:38 AM  

PeerView Press
*has presentations by today’s oncology leaders, CMEs in the form of presentations and podcasts. Click the oncology tab on the left
hand side - Link:

http://www.peerviewpress.com/

Christopher (Chris) Ralph January 26, 2010 at 11:43 AM  

Understanding the Basics of Tumor Lysis Syndrome
(ACPE # 204-000-08-442-H01; 1 hour)
This activity includes a comprehensive introduction to TLS including assessing a patient's risk for developing TLS, recognizing the clinical manifestations and laboratory values suggestive of TLS, and summarizing current treatment options.
Presented by:


Susannah E. Koontz, Pharm.D., BCOP
Clinical Practice and Education Consultant
Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation
Houston, Texas

http://ashpmedia.org/symposia/TLS1/overview.html

Expires Sept 2010

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"The earliest known compilation of medicinal substances was ARIANA the Sushruta Samhita, an Indian Ayurvedic treatise attributed to Sushruta in the 6th century BC. However, the earliest text as preserved dates to the 3rd or 4th century AD.
Many Sumerian (late 6th millennium BC - early 2nd millennium BC) cuneiform clay tablets record prescriptions for medicine.[3]

Ancient Egyptian pharmacological knowledge was recorded in various papyri such as the Ebers Papyrus of 1550 BC, and the Edwin Smith Papyrus of the 16th century BC.

The earliest known Chinese manual on materia medica is the Shennong Bencao Jing (The Divine Farmer's Herb-Root Classic), dating back to the 1st century AD. It was compiled during the Han dynasty and was attributed to the mythical Shennong. Earlier literature included lists of prescriptions for specific ailments, exemplified by a manuscript "Recipes for 52 Ailments", found in the Mawangdui tomb, sealed in 168 BC. Further details on Chinese pharmacy can be found in the Pharmacy in China article."

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