Curriculum-Based Online and Live Activities
Robert Dreicer, MD, MS, FACP, FASCO
University of Virginia Cancer Center
University of Virginia School of Medicine
The management of prostate cancer is becoming increasingly more complicated as the treatment landscape continues to expand. Many factors, as well as patient-specific needs and preferences, should be considered in selection and sequencing of therapies throughout the continuum of the disease. Achieving continuous, well-coordinated care of patients with prostate cancer also requires effective collaboration among many different specialists. The intent of this curriculum is to provide a concise and useful overview of the state of the science in the treatment of prostate cancer, as well as offer practical guidance for achieving individualized, evidence-aligned, team-based, and patient-centric care of patients with prostate cancer within the VA healthcare system and beyond. Happy learning!
This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of validated medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, urologic oncologists, urologists, board-certified oncology pharmacists, oncology nurses, and urologic nurses practicing in the VA healthcare system and beyond.