Channel - Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Telehealth Webinars
The mission of Oncology Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Grand Rounds is to provide a forum for high-quality oncology-based content. The purpose of this monthly series is to share expertise and create a structured network for our vast community by promoting professional development, creating opportunities for collaboration, and using evidence-based education to increase knowledge and skills to foster ongoing quality patient care.
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GVHD: An Overview of Graft vs Host Disease Post Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant - M. McElfresh - 20221214
Megan McElfresh, PA-C, will provide an overview of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of graft vs host disease post hematopoietic stem cell transplant.
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12/14/2022 8:30:00 PM
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Laboratory Workup for Transfusion Reactions - M. Evans - 20220615
Join Transfusion Medicine and Blood Bank Fellow, Mariama Evans, MD, for a review of transfusion reactions and their laboratory workup. Specific topics to include the most common transfusion reactions seen in cancer patients and the laboratory techniques utilized, such as Direct Antiglobulin Test (DAT) and elutions.
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6/15/2022 7:45:00 PM
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Acute Radiation Side Effects - L. Novak - 20221109
Lara Novak, PA-C, will provide an overview of acute radiation side effects from head to toe.
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11/9/2022 8:30:00 PM
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APPs Role in Cancer Survivorship Care - D. K. Mayer - 20210519
This lecture will provide information to identify current and future cancer survivorship trends, use a framework to analyze survivors’ risks for long-term late effects and identify unmet needs, describe the APPs role in delivering follow-up/survivorship care and list survivorship resources.
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5/19/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Cancer Survivorship Care in Primary Care - H. Tackitt - 20220420
Cancer survivors have been lost in transition between their oncologist and primary care provider for decades. This presentation discusses the barriers primary care providers have to providing cancer survivorship care and the role of the primary care provider in the treatment of cancer survivors.
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4/20/2022 7:45:00 PM
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Cardiotoxicity of Cancer Therapies: A Review for the Oncology Provider - B. C. Jensen - 20211215
Brian Colwell Jensen, MD, will review the potential cardiotoxicity associated with radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and newer targeted cancer therapies.
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12/15/2021 8:45:00 PM
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CAR-T 101: Overview of CAR-T Therapy and Management of Toxicities - M. McElfresh - 20231213
Megan McElfresh, PA-C, will review chimeric antigen receptor therapy, associated side effects, and the treatment or prevention of side effects.
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12/13/2023 8:30:00 PM
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Common Infectious Disease Conundrums in Cancer - T. Andermann - 20211020
Tessa M. Andermann, MD, MPH, will review common issues that arise in caring for patients with neutropenic fever, pulmonary nodules, and fungal infections, among others. She will present cases and use these to describe the workup and management of these frequently encountered clinical presentations. Reasoning behind the workup and management of patients will be reinforced by presentations of pertinent medical literature.
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10/20/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Developing Comprehensive Exercise Programming for People Affected by Cancer - C. Bailey - 20230816
Attendees will learn about the benefits of exercise during and after cancer treatment, designing programs that provide maximum benefits, and how to engage patients in increasing their physical activity during and after treatment.
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8/16/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Evaluation and Treatment of Extravasation Injuries from Chemotherapeutic Agents - R. Tolley - 20230622
Robyn Tolley, AGPCNP-BC, will identify cytotoxic vesicant and irritant drugs, evaluation of infiltration and extravasation, recommended non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatments, and when care should be advanced to involve plastic surgery. She will also include an evaluation of risk factors and appropriate preventive measures to reduce the risk of extravasation.
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6/21/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Fertility Preservation - M. Peavey - 20210616
Mary Peavey, MD, MSc, will provide an overview of the fertility preservation options available to male and female patients receiving treatment at UNC hospitals. She will also outline the steps to take when a patient expresses interest in exploring fertility preservation.
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6/16/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Gut Microbiome, Diet, and Cancer Immunotherapy - J. Spring - 20210818
Exploration of diet related factors that may affect patient response to anti-cancer immunotherapy.
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8/18/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Integrating Germline Pharmacogenomic Testing into Oncology Care - A. Ciprian - 20240221
Patients undergoing treatment for cancer utilize many medications that have relevant drug-gene interactions. The use of pharmacogenomic testing can assist with drug selection, drug dosing, and the development of personalized medication monitoring plans. Amber Cipriani, PharmD, BCOP, will describe some common examples of drug-gene interactions relevant to oncology. She will also discuss current efforts to expand the use of pharmacogenomic testing into current clinical practice.
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2/21/2024 8:00:00 PM
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Introduction to Abdominal CT - L. M.B. Burke and K. A. McGinty - 20210915
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9/15/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Key Concepts and Complications: Managing Cancer-Associated Thrombosis - C. Frank - 20220119
Cassiopeia Frank, MMSc, PA-C, will review cancer-associated DVT and PE: whom to treat, drug choice, drug interactions, and treatment duration. Specific topics to include best management for line-associated venous clots and incidentally found thrombosis.
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1/19/2022 8:45:00 PM
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Let’s Take a BiTE Out of CRS and Neurotoxicity - B. Kikani - 20231018
Immunotherapy has made tremendous progress as cancer-directed therapy has evolved, particularly in the field of T cell-engaging therapies. Common and serious side effects of these types of therapies include Cytokine Release Syndrome (CRS) and Immune Effector Cell-Associated Neurotoxicity Syndrome (ICANS). Join us as Bejal Kikani, MSN, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC, discusses the recognition, grading, and treatment of these toxicities.
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10/18/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Lung Cancer Screening Essentials - J. Long, K. Shoenbill & M. Ottersbach - 20231108
This multidisciplinary Panel Presentation will discuss why CT-based screening is important and in which group of patients, the optimal structure and requirements of a screening program, and the current status of screening at UNC. We will present practical information relevant to providers who may order screening CT and/or may discuss screening with patients.
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11/8/2023 8:30:00 PM
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Oncologic Emergencies, A Deeper Dive: Neutropenic Fever, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Cord Compression - L. Blanchard - 20230517
Taking a deeper dive into the most common oncologic emergencies facing oncology patients. We will discuss the clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Neutropenic Fever, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Cord Compression. These topics are good refreshers for APPs practicing in primary care, urgent, emergency medicine, hematology/oncology, and inpatient medicine.
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5/17/2023 7:35:00 PM
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Oncologic Emergencies: Superior Vena Cava Syndrome, Hypercalcemia, and SIADH - A. Phillips - 20230920
Allison Phillips, MPAP, MHPE, PA-C, will review the clinical manifestations, underlying causes, and management of some of the most common emergencies facing patients undergoing cancer treatment, including Superior Vena Cava Syndrome, Hypercalcemia, and SIADH.
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9/20/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Oral Chemotherapy: Prescribing, Monitoring, and Safety - A. Faso - 20230215
Oral chemotherapy has shifted the care of oncology patients from infusion clinics to patients' homes. This shift in care requires healthcare providers to not only manage patients differently but for patients to take on additional responsibilities. Aimee Faso, PharmD, BCOP, CPP, will address the issues related to the safe use of oral chemotherapy in oncology patients.
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2/15/2023 10:00:52 PM
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Oral Complications Associated With Cancer Therapy: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Oral Oncology - A. Shazib - 20210721
The presentation will highlight the field of oral medicine and its integration into the oncology landscape (oral oncology), identify oral complications associated with cancer therapies, practical approaches towards managing oral complications, and discuss the role of multi-disciplinary care through going through cases. The presentation will include challenges associated with oral care for patients undergoing cancer therapy and its role in survivorship and beyond.
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7/21/2021 7:45:00 PM
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Ostomies, Tubes and Drains - J. Harris - 20220720
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7/20/2022 7:45:00 PM
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Overview of Clinical Trials for the APP - C. Urban - 20230719
Clarissa Urban, PA-C, will cover the basics of clinical trials for an APP. She will highlight the different phases of trials, the clinical trial team, and documents pertaining to trials. In addition, she will focus on phase 1 clinical trials along with diversity in trial participation.
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7/19/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Parenting with Cancer - J. M. Yopp - 20230419
Patients with cancer who have minor-age children at home face unique psychosocial challenges in coping with impact of their diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. A parental cancer diagnosis threatens to disrupt family functioning, re-organize roles and responsibilities in the home, and negatively affect parenting self-efficacy. A parent’s ability to navigate these challenging times can have ramifications for years to come. The current webinar will provide an overview of the extent research in this field, offer strategies that providers can use to enhance the coping of parents with cancer, and describe a new clinic at UNC designed specifically to address the challenges facing this subset of the cancer population.
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4/19/2023 7:30:00 PM
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Peritoneal Carcinomatosis: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - J. Deneve - 20240117
Jeremiah 'Jig' Deneve, DO, FACS, provides an overview of the natural history, treatment, and outcome for peritoneal carcinomatosis.
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1/17/2024 8:30:00 PM
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Principles of Pharmacologic and Interventional Management of Cancer Pain - D. James - 20220921
Dominika James, MD, will focus on providing basic knowledge regarding pain management as pertinent to those caring for patients suffering from cancer related pain. She will discuss epidemiology and causes of cancer pain, recognize effects of pain on cancer patients, followed by pharmacological and interventional options available for cancer pain management. She will also touch on management of cancer pain in patients with history of substance use disorder and those onopioid replacement treatment.
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9/21/2022 7:30:00 PM
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Promoting Effective Communication and Advance Care Planning for Patients with Cancer - G. Winzelberg - 20211117
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11/17/2021 8:45:00 PM
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Psycho-Oncology: Supporting the Mental Health of Oncology Patients - M. Holt - 20220216
Psycho-oncology or psychosocial oncology is a sub-specialty of oncology that addresses the psychological, behavioral, emotional, and social issues that arise for cancer patients and their families. A cancer diagnosis, the treatments that follow, and the adverse effects of cancer treatments are all very distressing for patients. Psycho-oncology includes providers from various disciplines that work together as a team to best support the complex needs people face when struggling with cancer. This lecture focuses on the psychiatric care of patients with cancer and looks at the common psychiatric syndromes seen in psycho-oncology, appropriate medications and treatment plans, and how psychiatry can best support people with cancer. Untreated or poorly managed psychiatric syndromes, such as depression and anxiety, can have a profound negative impact on decision-making, compliance, and quality of life during cancer care.
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2/16/2022 8:45:00 PM
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Right Image for the Right Patient: A Guide to Ordering Abdominal Radiological Studies - L. M. B. Burke and K. A. McGinty - 20221019
Lauren M.B. Burke, MD, and Katrina A. McGinty, MD, will provide an overview of different imaging modalities for imaging the abdomen, as well as some of their common indications and patient-specific limitations. They will also discuss an overview of commonly used imaging modalities with an emphasis on understanding different modalities' strengths and limitations. The goal is to provide instruction on deciding when different imaging modalities and tests are appropriate for different pathologies.
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10/19/2022 7:30:00 PM
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Sex and AYAs with Cancer: Mitigating Risk and Managing Sexual Dysfunction - M. Matson - 20220518
The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) years bring with them many developmental milestones. Among those milestones are the exploration of sexuality, sexual identity, and romantic relationships. Although we might think otherwise, AYAs with cancer are engaging in sexual activity at rates similar to their peers, but face challenges that their peers do not (increased risk of infection, bleeding, etc). Studies have shown that AYAs want sexual health information. It’s incumbent upon cancer care providers to initiate these conversations, but many feel ill prepared. Let's talk about sex.
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5/18/2022 7:45:00 PM
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The Value of Integrative Medicine in Oncology Care - D. Spector - 20230120
Denise Spector, PhD, MPH, ANP, RYT, will provide an overview of integrative oncology which will include evidence-based strategies for helping to mitigate common cancer symptoms and cancer-treatment-related side effects, as well as strategies that may improve one's overall health and well-being-along the cancer care continuum.
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1/18/2023 8:30:00 PM
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What Can VIR Do for You? - K. Riffle - 20220817
Katie Riffle, MSN, FNP-BC, provides a quick glimpse into what procedures Vascular Interventional Radiology (VIR) offers, reasons behind clinical decisions and how to manage patients after. She will also discuss ways to trouble shoot CVADs, drains, and feeding tubes.
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8/17/2022 7:30:00 PM
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What Is Cancer Rehabilitation and How Can it Help My Patients? - S. E. Knowlton - 20230315
Patients with cancer are living longer as a result of improved surveillance and treatment interventions. However, cancer survivors often develop functional impairments that can significantly affect their quality of life and independence. This lecture will provide an overview of how cancer rehabilitation can help patients before and during treatment and into survivorship.
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3/15/2023 7:30:00 PM
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