Mary Washington Healthcare Regional Cancer Center's Oncology Symposium
Date & Location
Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
$25 (includes both nights)
Specialties - Cardiology, Dermatology, Diagnostic Radiology, Family Practice, General
, General Internal Medicine, Gynecology , Nutrition, Oncology, Pain Medicine,
Pathology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Pulmonary Disease,
Pulmonary Medicine, Radiology, Surgery
The target audience for this CME activity is for physicians who specialize
in family and internal medicine and healthcare providers (physician assistants,
advanced practice nurses and registered nurses) seeking clinical information
on melanoma and pancreas cancers.
- Early detection of melanoma through screening can improve patient outcomes
by the use of a multidisciplinary healthcare team approach to increase
appropriate and timely referral to the specialist. Describe the screening
process for melanoma and an appropriate referral
- Recognizing early clinical presentation of pancreas cancer through appropriate
testing can improve patient outcomes by the use of a multidisciplinary
healthcare team approach to increase timely referrals to the specialist.
Describe the early clinical presentation of pancreas cancer and appropriate
diagnostic imaging and procedures to expedite a specialist referral.
In order to claim CME credit for the symposium, you must first create a
CloudCME account with VCU.
Click for instructions on creating a CloudCME account.
During each day of the symposium, you will need to complete the program
evaluation and claim your credits and certificate of participation.
Click here for instructions on claiming your credits.