Despite continued research, advancements and greater awareness of symptoms and signs, 1 in 8 American women will develop breast cancer. You can help your patients by gaining a better understanding of this life-threatening condition. With this course you can learn breast cancer screening guidelines as well as implementation and counseling strategies. You can learn current recommendations for hormonal, chemo and surgical treatments as well as screening and management strategies of women who are BRCA positive. See how emerging technologies such as Augmented Intelligence (AI) and precision genomics are used and applied for diagnostic and therapeutic potential. With journal, audio, and video formats, this extensive collection of CME activities enables you to choose the best format to fit your learning style.
This course is relevant for U.S. and worldwide physicians, medical students, residents, nurses, physician assistants and other allied health professionals who participate in the diagnosis, prescribing, and treatment of patients.
Get started today and gain a better understanding of breast cancer screening guidelines as well as implementation and counseling strategies to better serve your patients. Topics you will learn about as a part of the online breast cancer CME course include:
- Prevention - Discover risk factors and prevention strategies
- Screening and Diagnosis - Learn how to talk to patients about breast screenings and learn benefit/risk factors of effective screenings
- Chemo and Endocrine Therapies - Understand all possible side effects of treatments
- Surgical Treatment – Get the latest on surgery, AI detection and advancements in lymph nodes detection
Who is This CME For?
The Breast Cancer: Prevention, Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment CME is a self-paced online course. It is designed for medical professionals who would benefit from expanding their understanding of guidelines, issues, and emerging technologies related to breast cancer, including those who specialize in anesthesiology, family medicine, genetics, internal medicine, radiology, obstetrics and gynecology, oncology, preventative medicine, pain medicine, psychiatry and surgery. Physicians can earn up to 11.5 CME credits.
For over 170 years, the AMA has worked to advance the betterment of medicine of public health. In order to provide physicians and other medical professionals with comprehensive, current and informative education, our CME about breast cancer features education from a variety of trusted sources and journals, including the JAMA Network™, the American College of Radiology, JAMA Oncology, AMA Journal of Ethics® and more.
Interested in accreditation details for the breast cancer CME? You can find accreditation information for each activity at the bottom of their corresponding quiz pages.