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.
Prior to attending, you will receive preliminary materials that form the cognitive base of the course lectures. You are expected to become familiar with the content prior to the course start in order to reduce the need for lectures. Current or planned involvement with lung cancer diagnosis, procedures, and therapy is highly recommended.
Pulmonologists, interventional pulmonologists, critical care physicians/intensivists, pulmonary and critical care fellows, hospitalists, advance practice providers, radiologists, oncologists, pathologists, and palliative care providers are encouraged to attend.