A Detailed Dosimetric Analysis of Spinal Cord Tolerance in High Dose Spine Radiosurgery
IJROBP Journal SA-CME activity for October 1, 2017 (Volume 99, Issue 3) explores Spine SRS which has become a commonly performed procedure in most radiation oncology departments. The consequence of inappropriate treatment is devastating radiation myelitis.
Category
  • Central Nervous System
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Estimating Survival in Melanoma Patients with Brain Metastases: An Update of the Graded Prognostic Assessment for Melanoma Using Molecular Markers (Melanoma-molGPA)
IJROBP Journal SA-CME activity for November 15, 2017 (Volume 99, Issue 4) provides practitioners with the knowledge needed to discuss treatment options and expectations for survival outcomes among patients with brain metastases from melanoma.
Category
  • Sarcoma/Cutaneous
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
RO-ILS Quarter 1 2017 Aggregate Report
RO-ILS: Radiation Oncology Incident Learning System® Quarter 1 2017  Aggregate Report analyzes common errors that occur while treating patients in radiation oncology and overall safety
Category
  • Patient Safety
Format
  • CME only
  • RO-ILS
Credits
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Certificate of Attendance
Advances in Endometrial Cancer
Controversy exists as to the need for surgical staging in all patients. The proper application of adjuvant radiotherapy and chemotherapy also is a source of considerable debate. This educational session will review these controversies with special attention to the impact on patient care.
Category
  • Gynecologic Cancer
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Esophagus and Gastric Cancer: Contemporary Treatment Approaches
This session will review current evidence based guidelines as well as the basis for guidelines pertaining to the treatment of esophageal and gastric cancer. Worldwide changes in epidemiology will be discussed. Current treatment strategies will be reviewed and compared.
Category
  • Gynecologic Cancer
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Why Smart People do Dumb Things: Decision Making, Bias and Medical Error
Medical error involves not only failure to carry out intended actions, but also errors in judgment, which are heavily influenced by our manner of thinking. The field of cognitive science seeks to better understand how we process information and make decisions.
Category
  • Patient Safety
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Optimizing Post-Prostatectomy Radiotherapy: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective
The joint ASTRO/AUA guideline for post-prostatectomy radiotherapy was published in 2013 and provides guidance when offering patients either adjuvant or salvage radiotherapy.
Category
  • Genitourinary Cancer
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Breast Cancer Biology: Clinical Implications for Breast Radiotherapy
IJROBP Journal SA-CME activity for January 1, 2018 (Volume 100, Issue 1) activity allows practitioners to integrate new biology into their thinking about the management of localized breast cancer.  This activity is available from December 12, 2017, through 11:59 p.m.
Category
  • Breast Cancer
  • Radiobiology
Format
  • Journal SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Diversity and Inclusion: Leadership Imperatives in Radiation Oncology
The session will be broken up into three main parts and speakers: 1) The State of Diversity, Inclusion and Representation in Radiation Oncology: History, Trends and where we are today: how we got to where we are; history, trends, influencers and drivers; 2) Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion: Lea
Category
  • Other
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance
Managing Brain Metastases in the 21st Century: Treatment Options and Case Discussions
As patients with metastatic disease are enjoying improved survival, brain metastases are an increasing problem. Technologic advances as well as emerging evidence suggests that the indications for radiosurgery are increasing, and can be performed without threatening quality of life.
Category
  • Central Nervous System
Format
  • Online SA-CME
Credits
  • SA-CME
  • Certificate of Attendance

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