Resources for Health Care Providers
Continuing Medical Education (CME) Courses
You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention – 2018
Expiration Date: April 11, 2020
A clinician recommendation plays a critical role in getting parents to accept HPV vaccination for their child. This presentation is intended to support you in making effective recommendations and answering parents’ questions. It includes up-to-date information on HPV infection and disease, HPV vaccine, and ways to communicate with parents successfully about HPV vaccination.
CDC Medscape Expert Commentaries
Early Detection Means It’s a Promising Time for Lung Cancer
by Lisa Richardson, MD, October 24, 2016
Early detection by screening is an important strategy for patients in whom the risk for lung cancer is high. You are probably seeing patients in your office every day who could benefit from lung cancer screening.
Blog Posts: Helpful Tips for Doctors
Screening at the right age can find colorectal cancer before it starts, but some people still don’t go for many reasons. A CDC-funded program in New Hampshire created a way to overcome the problems patients had getting screened.
Recorded Webinars and Other Videos
Helps health care providers identify young women who may have a higher risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, and detect early onset breast cancer among women who are at high risk.
Patients receiving chemotherapy are at risk for developing infections that may lead to hospitalization, disruptions in chemotherapy schedules, and even death. Outpatient oncology facilities can use the Basic Infection Control and Prevention Plan for Outpatient Oncology Settings to standardize and improve infection prevention practices.