Continuing Medical Education: Videos for Healthcare Professionals

In addition to for-credit CME programs, Memorial Sloan Kettering is pleased to offer free, not-for-credit educational cancer-care videos for healthcare professionals. These videos are intended to increase awareness in the broader physician community of important advances taking place at Memorial Sloan Kettering, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of patient care.

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Heather McArthur highlights the significant breast cancer presentations from the 2009 ASCO Annual Meeting.

July 2009

Beryl McCormick discusses current information about hypofractionated radiation therapy for breast cancer, its rationale, clinical evidence, and future directions.

June 2008

Clifford Hudis, Hiram Cody III, Beryl McCormick, and Laura Liberman provide important current information to the internist to facilitate caring for patients with breast cancer.

March 2008

Leonard Saltz provides a critical analysis of the key colorectal cancer presentations.

July 2009

Stuart Lichtman discusses sensitivity to issues of age in decisions related to adjuvant therapy to treat colorectal cancer.

November 2008

Martin Weiser discusses the laparoscopic surgical treatment of colorectal cancer, with the sharing of objectives between community physicians and physicians at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

November 2008

Michael D’Angelica examines long-term results in patients with colorectal after metastasectomy.

November 2008

Leonard Saltz discusses knowledge of new therapies for neuroendocrine tumors, with the sharing of information between community physicians and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

March 2010

David Ilson assesses the major presentations for upper gastrointestinal cancers.

July 2009

Ross Levine discusses genomics and the increasingly important role it is playing in cancer research.

June 2010

William Tew recaps the significant gynecologic findings, particularly in ovarian cancer.

July 2009

Paul Sabbatini provides participants with an overview of consolidation therapies in ovarian cancer and the reasons why the second remission population is important to focus upon.

September 2009

Carol Aghajanian provides participants with an overview comparison of current data between IV chemotherapy and IP chemotherapy for treatment of the ovarian cancer patient.

September 2009

Carol Brown provides participants current information about the treatment of ovarian cancer patients with fertility preservation as a top priority.

September 2009

Martee Hensley provides participants with an understanding of and sensitivity to the challenges across the continuum of living with ovarian cancer and the associated challenges in trial design.

September 2009

Ginger Gardner provides participants with an informative update on the current state of tumor markers for ovarian cancer and their use in screening.

September 2009

Eric Sherman discusses the key presentations for head and neck cancers.

July 2009

Hilda Stambuk discusses the state-of-the-art use of radiology in treatment of patients with head and neck cancers.

March 2010

David Pfister examines the risk between human papillomavirus and development of cancer with the sharing of information between community physicians and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

March 2010

Ross Levine reviews the major leukemia presentations.

July 2009

Mark Kris discusses maintenance therapy for non-small cell lung cancer, with the sharing of information between community physicians and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

March 2010

Gregory Riely highlights the major findings on non-small cell lung cancer.

August 2009

Matthew Matasar assesses the significant lymphoma presentations.

July 2009

Richard Carvajal reviews the major melanoma abstracts.

August 2009

Lee Krug discusses the new NCCN Guidelines for Mesothelioma.

March 2010

Michael Morris provides an overview of the key prostate cancer findings from the three major genitourinary conferences.

August 2009

Paul Russo aims to improve physician performance by addressing the knowledge gap surrounding partial nephrectomy and encouraging consideration of its potential patient benefits when appropriate.

January 2009