Benefits of Conference Coverage for Healthcare Professionals

Every year, oncologists and other healthcare providers (HCPs) gather at major conferences and society meetings to hear updates on key, potentially practice-changing clinical trials. These meetings provide an opportunity to review the latest updates in current treatment and interact with peers and opinion leaders. Because of this, attendance at major society meetings can be an […]

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Educational Needs for NSCLC Mutation Testing and Treatment

Continuing medical education (CME) is one of the most important tools in a community oncologist’s arsenal for staying updated on the most recent medical developments. However, for CME to be effective, it must target the physician’s educational needs, which often can be difficult to identify and anticipate. Recently, prIME Oncology completed a series of 50 […]

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Are Live Educational Meetings Worthwhile?

Independent medical education (IME) is a field in constant flux, but one of the biggest changes in recent years is the shift from live educational meetings to online educational formats. Because online learning offers increased convenience for learners and decreased costs for organizers, many are beginning to wonder if live meetings still have value in […]

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Three Main Benefits of Independent Medical Education

For busy clinicians who need to stay updated on all the latest advances in their field while balancing a full patient load and home life, independent medical education (IME) serves as an essential tool. From providing up-to-the-minute conference coverage to gathering expert opinions and insights, IME offers clinicians the information they need in a format […]

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The Challenge of Cognitive Overload Among Today’s Healthcare Practitioners

There has likely never been a more exciting time to be a healthcare practitioner (HCP), particularly in the fields of oncology and hematology. Technology is evolving at a previously unheard-of pace, allowing constant discovery of new treatments, improved understanding of disease mechanisms, and breakthroughs in patient care. While these developments ultimately help HCPs take better […]

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community and academic providers

Differences in Community-Based Providers and Academically-Based Providers

There is a great deal of variance between physicians based on age, career level, and specialty. However, one of the areas that has the largest impact on differences between physicians is whether they are based in a community practice or an academic center. Physicians in these two different types of practices have highly divergent career […]

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Young oncologists

Providing Education for Early and Mid-Career Oncologists and Hematologists

Early and mid-career is a highly challenging and difficult time for young oncologists and hematologists. Compounding the struggles of a naturally difficult profession are the typical challenges of balancing work with family while establishing oneself within a career. While each young oncologist faces a unique set of challenges, it is clear that this is a […]

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Incorporate experts and learners in CME

Incorporating Experts and Learners Into CME Development

Following a successful continuing medical education (CME) activity, thoughts invariably turn to the next educational offering. How can you ensure the quality and success of the next meeting or online activity? How can you improve upon previous offerings? One of the best strategies to find direction for the future is to consult the voices of […]

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