A GI CONNECT Masterclass on CRC Management:
Expert Insights Into The Latest Clinical Data and Their Application Into Clinical Practice
Siyemi Learning designated this live event for a maximum of 11.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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Look out for future GI CONNECT educational programs designated with CME credits.
GI CONNECT is a group of international experts in gastrointestinal (GI) oncology who develop educational programs, supporting medical oncologist around the world to give the best care to their patients.
The US GI CONNECT members brought you this CRC Masterclass which took place in October 2019 in LA and now offers a library of valued meeting resources available for all.
Created by many well-recognized experts from within the field of GI Oncology including:
- Dr. Shubham Pant (MD Anderson Cancer Center)
- Ass. Prof. Joleen Hubbard (Mayo Clinic)
- Dr. Autumn McRee (University of North Carolina)
- Ass. Prof. Efrat Dotan (Fox Chase Cancer Center)
- Dr. Samuel J. Klempner (Angeles Clinic and Research Institue)
- Dr. Dan Ahn (Mayo Clinic)
- Dr. Tanios Bekaii-Saab (Mayo Clinic)
- Dr. Nicole LeBoeuf
See all contributing faculty here
All attendees at the live event became faculty members and co-created the educational program that is now available as a suite of case studies, presentations and an e-learning.
A truly engaging and innovative program with a mix of:
- Patient case studies
- Scientific presentations
- Video learning
- Quick quizzes
- Summarised debates
- Patient perspectives
- Multi-disciplinary team opinion
Online resources now available to connect you with the thoughts and opinions of all experts involved in building this educational program.
Learn and know how to apply:
- The latest scientific and clinical insights within mCRC to optimise
- The use of treatment sequencing
- your approach to flexible dosing
- Forthcoming data from key clinical trials within GI Oncology
- The SHARE framework for shared-decision making with patients in 3rd line treatment of mCRC