New in CME Courses: Managing Advanced Prostate Cancer in a Virtual Urology Clinic

Target audience:  Urologists, advanced practice nurses, and others working in urology clinics

The recent approval of multiple new non-chemotherapeutic medications for advanced prostate cancer (APC) allows urologists to expand their practices to include oral and infusion-based therapies. Indeed, there is a trend of urology groups embracing the care of patients with APC by starting clinics within the practice focused exclusively on APC. This shift allows urologists to maintain continuity of care for patients who may have been in their practice for decades, following them from diagnosis to death.

Starting an APC clinic has advantages for patients, who continue their long-term relationship with providers, and urologists, who keep these patients in their practice and foster value-based care for APC treatment.

In this unique educational program, visit a virtual urology practice and make therapeutic decisions for patients of its advanced prostate cancer clinic. Answer challenge questions, assess and select management approaches, and critique the approaches of the virtual practice providers.

This activity Managing Advanced Prostate Cancer in a Virtual Urology Clinic, offers 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

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