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Lung Cancer Screening: Best Practice for Your Patients

11 November, 2021

Part of the 2020 Recommendations and Best Practices for Cancer Screenings Series, this session focuses on assessment of patients for lung cancer screening along with national best practices and barriers to accessing screening.

Presenter: Christina Alsop, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, AOCNP

Provides 1.00 hour of CE/CME credit (Presented on Sep 2, 2020; November 1, 2020; Expires November 1, 2022)

Cost: $30

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this course, participants should be able to:

  • Participants will understand the development of lung cancer screening as best practice on a national scale
  • Participants will understand the requirements for patients to proceed with the initial lung cancer screening as well as continued annual follow up
  • Participants will understand the radiology reporting system and recommendations on follow up
  • Participants will understand barriers associated with lung cancer screening

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