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LuCa National Training Network at the University of Louisville (“LuCa”) offers free education to primary care providers (PCPs) with the goal of reducing the many burdens associated with lung cancer. Specifically, LuCa education covers topics, such as lung cancer risk reduction, early detection, treatment, and survivorship care. LuCa was awarded gold, silver and bronze designations in the Spring 2020 Digital Health Awards, recognizing LuCa's dedication to bringing quality lung cancer care education to PCPs and other healthcare professionals.
LuCa helps providers address the needs of patients who are at risk for or diagnosed with lung cancer, including family and internal medicine physicians, pulmonologists, OB/GYNs, and any other providers who can refer for lung cancer screening or treatment.
On the AMA Ed Hub, LuCa features a series of three of its interactive modules addressing lung cancer care across the continuum, including:
Developed with input from family physicians across the United States, as well as lung cancer screening and treatment specialists, these three activities help you:
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