This unique certificate program blends interactive live online learning (via Zoom) with self-study programming to equip clinical pharmacists with the necessary skills to apply oncology genomics to practice. This year from February 27 through May 13, participants will acquire the skills to interpret genomic reports, develop treatment plans on the basis of genomic data, interact with an interprofessional molecular oncology team, and learn strategies for implementing a molecular tumor board at their own institutions.
Expert faculty will lead weekly online sessions that provide foundational knowledge about somatic genomics and next-generation sequencing (NGS) and necessary tools for interpreting NGS reports to develop effective treatment plans. Faculty will delve into pertinent oncology specialty topics, including lung cancer genomics, gynecologic cancer genomics, and hematologic malignancies. Strategies for implementing a molecular tumor board will be demonstrated together with an exploration of related ethical, legal, and social issues for consideration. Participants will have the opportunity to join in facilitated discussions, receive mentorship to solidify learning, and gain practice through practice sessions and case-based presentations with peers. Self-study modules and exercises will reinforce program topics.
Registered participants who complete this program will receive a certificate of completion and 2.0 CEUs (20.0 contact hours).
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Members (ACCP or HOPA)
$390 (Note: There will be a separate nominal registration fee for Canvas LMS)
$690 (Note: There will be a separate nominal registration fee for Canvas LMS)