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Stanford Medicine: Cancer Survivorship Course for Primary Care Physicians

11 November, 2021

Stanford Medicine developed this online course that presents basic principles of cancer survivorship and is specifically targeted to meet the learning needs of primary care physicians. Drs. Stephanie Smith, Jennifer Kim and Lidia Schapira, in partnership with Stanford’s School of Medicine Ed-Tech team launched the course. It provides practical tips and tools that can be easily integrated into the scope of practice or primary care physicians who are essential partners in keeping cancer survivors healthy.

Materials include story-based videos for each case, printable reference guides for clinical care, communication, and resources, as well as additional optional cases for extended learning.

Time: About 90 minutes

CME available.

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