Resources for Health Care Providers
This clinical anthology course has three related sections—
- The Why, How, Who, and When of CRC Screening and Surveillance
- Improving Stool Testing for CRC Screening in the Primary Care Setting
- The Role of Primary Care Providers in the Delivery of High-Quality Colonoscopy
This simulation provides a safe and responsive learning environment for providers to practice effective communication techniques for discussing nutrition, physical activity, and obesity risk with cancer survivors. This training will allow providers to be more confident in engaging in these conversations, and in recommending strategies and techniques for maintaining a healthy weight and being active.
This webinar discusses the risk assessment tools used to identify patients at high risk for cancer-associated venous thromboembolism (VTE). It also discusses emerging data on biomarkers, guidelines for preventing VTE in cancer patients, and the best approaches to treat VTE in patients with an active malignancy.
This tool is designed to help providers assess risk for early onset breast cancer (EOBC, breast cancer diagnosed in women before the age of 45) based on personal history, make appropriate referrals for follow-up care, and educate patients about risk reduction strategies.