As a component of the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer's (SITC) regional, live Advances in Cancer Immunotherapy™ (ACI) programs, SITC is pleased to offer free online, introductory, CME-, CPE-, CNE- and/or MOC-certified programs via the society's online learning portal, SITC Cancer Immunotherapy connectED. These online activities provide an overview of basic immunology principles and the mechanisms and clinical applications of immunotherapy.If you missed the opportunity to attend an Advances in Cancer Immunotherapy™ event, you can still obtain the education and CME, CPE, CNE and/or MOC credits through many of the online programs listed here.Click on each activity title to view full accreditation information and the types of credits offered for each program.
Complete these free, certified, interactive online courses to deepen your understanding of cancer immunotherapy and learn about the most recent FDA approvals in several diseases states and the latest guidelines on how to treat immune-related adverse events. Additional courses address how to overcome practical barriers to implementation, which are critical for helping your staff to help patients obtain reimbursement for immunotherapy. Each free course is eligible for CME, CNE, CPE and/or MOC credits.Online courses include links to the original trials, the latest FDA approvals, real-world case studies and questions to help deepen understanding and retention. There are also printable charts outlining best practices for treating immune-related adverse effects and links to the Cancer Immunotherapy Guidelines which can support decision-making.
The online courses listed below are CME-, CPE-, CNE- and MOC-certified pre-program courses for the ACI regional education series. Participation by ACI program attendees is strongly recommended.
Mechanisms of Immune-related Adverse Events This interactive course provides an overview of the mechanisms by which cancer immunotherapy may activate immune-related adverse events (irAEs). The foundational knowledge presented in this course is critical to understanding how and why immune-related adverse events occur and how they can be treated.
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