Lung Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Course for Pulmonologists Covering Current Paradigms for Diagnosis and Management
This 3-day, disease-focused, multi-disciplinary course involves lectures, tumor board sessions, hands-on simulation, live pre- and post-skills assessments, and small group case discussions on the current models of lung cancer diagnosis and management.
- Current multidiscipline knowledge base regarding lung cancer diagnosis, including procedural techniques, management of complications and malignant pleural effusions, and minimally invasive procedures
- Optimal oncologic/radiotherapy options for patients with early and late stage lung cancer patients
- Physiologic evaluation of patients with lung cancer patients, EBUS, navigational bronchoscopy, pleurx catheters, and malignant effusion pleurodesis
- Multidisciplinary conference approach to outstanding lung cancer care
Pulmonologists, interventional pulmonologists, critical care physicians/intensivists, pulmonary and critical care fellows, hospitalists, advanced practice providers, radiologists, oncologists, pathologists, and palliative care providers are encouraged to attend.