Oncology Learning Network Continuing Education Course to Offer Certificate in Lung Cancer Decision-Making

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Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cohorts Provided Latest in Social Learning and Instructional Technologies

The complexity of lung cancer advancements requires new models of learning to keep pace.

Oncology Learning Network (OLN), an initiative of North American Center for Continuing Education (NACCME) announces the development of “Decision-Making in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer,” a 14-week, web-based continuing education initiative for health professionals who care for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients.

“The complexity of lung cancer advancements requires new models of learning to keep pace. This course is designed to match the speed of change in NSCLC evidence-based practices by delivering the curriculum within a collaborative learning platform,” commented Stephen Chavez, Senior Director, Educational Strategy for OLN and NACCME.

The course includes 7 roundtable discussions hosted by NSCLC experts who interview guests on topics such as CT screening, Immunotherapy and Vaccines, Molecular Testing, Maintenance Therapy: Beyond Second and Third-Line Options, New Modalities in Radiation Therapy, Supportive Care, Histology and Pathology to learn from the decision-making process in these areas.

The course will be powered by the ArcheMedX Collaborative Learning Platform. Brian S. McGowan, PhD, Chief Learning Officer for ArcheMedX, explains, ”To be useful, information must be connected to existing knowledge with context and shaped by the experience of each individual learner. Medical education that is structured around a model of connected learning has proven increasingly effective in bringing about practice change.”

Learner cohorts—oncologists, oncology nurses, pulmonologists, pathologists and radiologists—will be recruited by PeerAudience via integrated, multimedia distribution channels, including the targeted use of social media.

To learn more about Oncology Learning Network or the “Decision-making in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer” CME activity, contact Stephen Chavez at or visit oncologylearningnetwork.com.

About PeerAudience - PeerAudience is committed to helping medical education providers succeed in their missions to deliver high-quality CME, and ultimately, improve patient outcomes. Through its opted-in network of 2M+ physicians and healthcare professionals from around the world, PeerAudience enables its partners to pinpoint the areas of greatest educational need; host content in online and mobile-friendly channels; ensure maximum participation levels from targeted professionals; and report detailed, transparent outcomes to program supporters. Please visit http://www.peer-audience.com for more information.

About ArcheMedX - ArcheMedX is a healthcare informatics and e-learning technology company with the singular mission to build the structure required to transform medical education through new connected learning and assessment models. By engineering an informatics-powered architecture that organizes and connects the natural learning actions of clinicians in one system, ArcheMedX simplifies lifelong learning and streamlines the process of educational planning, assessment and support. Visit http://www.archemedx.com for more information.

About Oncology Learning Network – OLN, a NACCME initiative, provides oncologists with the knowledge they need to treat patients and improve outcomes. Together with expert faculty, collaborative institutions and world-class formats, OLN is the authority in meeting the learning needs of oncology specialists. OLN’s mix of live, print and web-based formats tackle head-on the practical continuing education challenges that face today’s busy oncologist. Visit http://www.oncologylearningnetwork.com for more information

About North American Center for Continuing Medical Education - NACCME, LLC, an HMP Communications Holdings Company, provides the highest quality CME/CE across medical disciplines and therapeutic areas. In conjunction with top medical faculty, NACCME develops evidence-based initiatives that target specific educational needs, assisting healthcare professionals in improving patient outcomes by bridging the gap between current and best healthcare practices. Visit http://www.naccme.com for more information.


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