These courses are intended for internal hospital staff.
The multidisciplinary approach, including the medical, surgical and radiation areas of cancer therapy, providing a forum for the comprehensive care of complex cases in the management of thoracic cancer patients.
Hematology/Oncology, Surgery, Radiology, Radiology/Oncology, & Pathology physicians particularly those involved in the treatment of thoracic cancer.
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Follow established guidelines for diagnosis of thoracic cancer patients
- Incorporate multidisciplinary aspects in the care of thoracic cancer patients
- Offer available clinical research protocols to thoracic cancer patients
- Critically review and analyze cases of complex oncological issues in patients.
- Apply the recommendations in the management of patients with complex issues taking into account when appropriate patient's age, gender, or ethnicity, and performance status.
Madj Kobitary, MD
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