Free CME Breakfast Meeting with Virtual Reality Headsets to be Presented at Resident Career Day
Join ICEP before Resident Career Day for a free CME breakfast meeting featuring virtual reality headsets!
Virtual Reality Way
Optimizing Immuno-Oncology Therapy Through the Management of Immune-Related Adverse Events: The Role of Emergency Physicians
Thursday, August 30, 2018
6:45 – 7:45 AM
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Jason L. Luke, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
The University of Chicago Medicine
LEARNING OBJECTIVES • After completing the CME activity, learners should be better able to:
- Discuss tumor immunosurveillance and immune escape in the pathophysiology of adult malignancies;
- Review the clinical trial data for approved immune checkpoint-inhibitors, with a focus on the treated malignancies and their associated immune-related adverse events (irAEs);
- Describe the diagnosis of irAEs associated with immunotherapies and current recommendations for their management and monitoring;
- Examine the continuum of oncology care provided in the emergency room setting through the identification and management of irAEs.
TARGET AUDIENCE • This programming is designed to meet the educational needs of emergency department physicians and other emergency room healthcare professionals working as part of the multidisciplinary care team.
Register for Resident Career Day to attend! (No cost to attend either program – come to one or both!)