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Acute Myeloid Leukemia: An Overview and Updates
This presentation provides information to assist clinicians in identifying patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and selecting appropriate treatment options based on clinical and genetic variables. The presentation also reviews appropriate criteria for investigational/novel therapies and non-cytotoxic therapies, including stem cell transplantation, using cytogenetics and other variables. Lecture Objective: -Differentiate, among patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, those with favorable, intermediate, or unfavorable disease biology based on clinical, cytogenetic, and molecular genetic variables. -Identify patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia likely to benefit from cytotoxic induction chemotherapy, and those unlikely to benefit from induction chemotherapy who are candidates for investigational or non-cytotoxic therapies. -Select appropriate patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia for referral to consider stem cell transplantation. This lecture was presented as a part of the Medical and Surgical Oncology Lecture Series.
Matthew Foster MD
2/22/2017 4:30:00 PM
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Caring for the Patient and Family Experiencing Pediatric or Adolescent Cancer
This lecture provides an overview of the types of cancers experienced by pediatric patients, and includes a discussion of the treatment options, management of side effects, and the emotional needs of patients and their family. The presentation also includes a review of pediatric patient outcomes with various therapies and a discussion of the importance of collaboration and teamwork in enhancing the quality of care and outcomes. Lecture Objectives -Describe the types, stages and diagnostic tests available for treating pediatric cancer patients. -Discuss the treatment options, management of side effects and emotional needs of pediatric cancer patients and their families. -Review pediatric patient outcomes with therapy. -Discuss the importance of collaboration and teamwork to enhance quality of care and patient outcomes. This includes an emphasis on the family for pediatric patients. This lecture is part of the North Carolina Community College Lecture Series.
Andrew B. Smitherman MD
4/24/2017 4:30:00 PM
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Caring for the Patient with Prostate Cancer
This lecture provides an overview of prostate cancer, stages and the diagnostic tests available for treating prostate cancer patients. Information is included about the treatment options, management of side effects, and emotional needs of patients. The lecture also discusses the importance of collaboration and teamwork to enhance quality of care and patient outcomes. Lecture Objectives -Describe the types, stages and diagnostic tests available for treating prostate cancer patients. -Discuss the treatment options, management of side effects and emotional needs of patients with prostate cancer. -Discuss the importance of collaboration and teamwork to enhance quality of care and patient outcomes. This lecture is part of the North Carolina Community College Lecture Series.
Mary Dunn RN, MSN, OCN
2/27/2017 5:30:00 PM
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Impact of Patient Reported Outcomes on Patient Care
This lecture will provide an overview of current news and advances in patient-reported outcomes research. Patient-reported outcomes includes assessment of patient symptoms, adverse events, functional status, and overall quality of life. The presentation will also discuss ways patient-reported outcomes can be used to assess and improve patient care specific to oncology patients. Lecture Objectives: -Explain the value of patient symptom reporting. -Describe electronic communication systems for symptom management. -Recognize national efforts to develop PRO systems in EHRs. This lecture was presented as part of the Medical and Surgical Oncology Lecture Series.
Ethan Basch MD
5/24/2017 3:30:00 PM
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Melanoma: Early Detection and Therapeutic Progress
According to the Melanoma Research Foundation, over 160,000 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with melanoma in 2017. This presentation provides information about early detection methods from non-traditional healthcare providers and the therapeutic progress in metastatic melanoma. This lecture was presented as part of the Community Lunch and Learn Lecture Series.
Andrea Saccone Snyder
5/19/2017 3:30:00 PM
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Oral Chemotherapy: Overcoming the Challenge to Adherence
As an increasing number of oral chemotherapy agents are being used, it is essential to understand the barriers that patients may face. This presentation discusses some of these barriers and offers advice for dealing with and overcoming them. The presented information details the dimensions of adherence, specifically in the context of the use of oral chemotherapy agents. Evidence-based strategies for assessing and improving adherence to oral chemotherapy, from health care system, plan of care and patient-level perspectives are provided. Lecture Objectives: -Discuss the shift from intravenous to oral chemotherapy over the past few decades. -Define the various dimensions of adherence. -Describe ways to manage patients who are non-adherent to oral chemotherapy. -Identify areas to advocate for legislation that can improve access to oral chemotherapy. This lecture was presented as part of the RN and Allied Health Lecture Series.
Benyam Muluneh PharmD, CPP
4/12/2017 3:30:00 PM
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Stress Management for Everyday Living
Many people believe that all stress is bad, but you may have heard that there's "good stress" and "bad stress." Did you know that bad stress can affect your immune system? This presentation discusses the effects of stress on your body and how you can manage it in a way that can be vital for a healthy life. This lecture was presented as part of the Community Lunch and Learn Lecture Series.
Kelley Marrale LRT, CTRS
2/24/2017 4:30:00 PM
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The Power of Teamwork: Navigating Patients with Complex Needs
This presentation discussed the critical role of teamwork in oncology as it relates to improving patient-centered care and outcomes. In includes a review strategies for teamwork to address the complex needs of oncology patients, specifically patient navigation and education. Learning Outcomes: • Identify key players in oncology team working to streamline patient care. • Identify evidence-based practice in patient centered care to assist patients, families, and caregivers in expectations of cancer care. • Identify the role of navigation as it differs from social work. • Identify education directed toward: improving side effect management for chemotherapy patients, disease specific care, and discussion of end-of-life care without removing hope or altering patient quality of life. This lecture was presented as part of the RN and Allied Health Lecture Series.
Jacquelyne Webb RN, BSN, OCN
6/14/2017 3:30:00 PM
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Understanding the Pivotal Role of Nursing in Clinical Trials
This presentation provides information to health professionals is to enhance understanding of clinical trials in cancer care. Information is given to describe clinical trials, how to find clinical trials, and how to support patients who are participating in a clinical trial. Lecture Objectives: -Discuss how clinical trials can provide benefit to patients diagnosed with cancer. -Explain what nurses and other health care providers can do to help patients who might be considering a clinical trial. -Describe safety measures that you can take for your patients who are participating on a clinical trial. This lecture was presented as part of the RN and Allied Health Lecture Series.
Kim Keller RN, MSN, OCN
5/10/2017 3:30:00 PM
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When Cancer Runs in Your Family
Cancer diagnosis in family members can be a source of anxiety and fear. This presentation discusses hereditary mutations, factors, your risk, and the role of genetics in cancer diagnosis and treatment. This lecture was presented as part of the Community Lunch and Learn Lecture Series.
James Evans MD, PhD
4/28/2017 3:30:00 PM
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Coping with Cancer Symposium - 2015
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6/13/2017 2:33:45 PM
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