20th Biennial Course in Urologic Oncology

Course Beginning in 1982, the multidisciplinary Urologic Cancer Course was designed as a biennial course bringing together expertise from all the Harvard teaching hospitals in conjunction with invited world class experts in urologic oncology, medical oncology, and...
Oncology Urology
Course Beginning in 1982, the multidisciplinary Urologic Cancer Course was designed as a biennial course bringing together expertise from all the Harvard teaching hospitals in conjunction with invited world class experts in urologic oncology, medical oncology, and radiation oncology. Dr Marc B. Garnick led the course from 1982 to 1996 at which time Dr Jerome P. Richie assumed the leadership until 2014. Dr. Phillip W. Kantoff then led the course and subsequently in 2016 Dr Adam Kibel, Dr Toni Choueiri and Dr. Anthony V D’Amico co-led the course.  In 2020 our keynotes will be delivered by 2 Nobel laureates, Dr. William Moomaw (defined climate change and global warming) and Dr. William Kaelin (defined how cancer cells adjust to hypoxia). ,Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Demonstrate the optimal management of oligometastatic prostate cancer • Explain the role of immunotherapy in the management of bladder and renal cancer • Determine how to incorporate genomic classifiers, multiple parametric MRI, and clinical parameters into selecting optimal patients with prostate cancer for active surveillance or other definitive management approaches • Apply Level 1 evidence on the use of novel treatment and surveillance options for patients with prostate, renal, bladder, or testicular cancer • Apply novel minimally invasive treatments for GU malignancies including prostate, bladder and kidney cancer • Use multiparametric MRI, fusion biopsy and novel markers in men at risk for prostate cancer ,ABMS/ACGMECompetencies: The course is designed to meet the following American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) / Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Educational (ACGME) competencies: • Patient Care and Procedural Skills • Medical Knowledge • Practice-Based Learning and Improvement • Interpersonal and Communication Skills • Professionalism • Systems-based Practice ,IOM Competencies: The course is designed to meet the following Institute of Medicine (IOM) Competencies: • Provide Patient-Centered Care • Work in Interdisciplinary Teams • Employ Evidence-Based Practice • Apply Quality Improvement • Utilize Informatics
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