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Free prostate cancer survivor care CME course announced

March 03, 2016

A newly developed, evidence-based Prostate Cancer Survivorship Care Online CME Course is available for primary care providers, including primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, residents and medical students.

This online interactive, evidence-based CME course has been developed by a team of experts in instructional technology, online course development, primary care delivery and prostate cancer survivorship care from both College of Education and School of Medicine at Wayne State University.

This project is funded by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation. The goal of this online interactive CME course for primary care providers is to deliver the evidence-based practice guidelines aimed at improving prostate cancer survivorship care.

The CME is free and participants receive 1.50 CME credits.

For more information, visit http://cmetracker.net/WAYNE/Login?FormName=RegLoginLive&Eventid=165491

Those participating in the study will receive a follow-up electronic questionnaire three months after completing the CME, and a $20 gift certificate to thank them for their time.

For more information, please contact program staff at pcsc@wayne.edu.

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