FPON Webinar: Focus on Immunotherapy as a Targeted Therapy

FPON Webinar: Focus on Immunotherapy as a Targeted Therapy

Family Practice Oncology Network

Accreditation
Target Audience:

GPOs and all other cancer care providers

Course Format: Online webinar 0800-0900 AM PDT: Presentation with Q&A.
  • Oct 18, 2018
Broadcast from
BC Cancer
Online from Vancouver BC

Overview

  • 0800-0900 AM Pacific Daylight Time - audio starts at 0800 via your device (no teleconference) - please connect a few minutes before.
  • Registration closes 24 hours before the session. Registrations 24 hours before the webinar are not guaranteed even with registration confirmation.
  • 24 hours prior to the session you will receive an email from UBC with connection details. Please check your spam folders. You should add "@ubc.ca" to your safe sender list. If you do not see the connection email, please contact us 20 hours before the webinar.
  • Please close all other programs during the webinar, and turn on your computer speakers with the volume up.
  • You must sign the attendace form to receive credits.

Set up your device a few days before:

Test your audio: play an archived webinar: https://bccancer.adobeconnect.com/pnaucu5c72ge/

Option A: Adobe Connect apps

Desktop

Mobile

Option B: via browser

  1. Run the following TEST TODAY: http://arcps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm. Follow prompts.
  2. You might need to also download the latest version of Adobe Flash. (If you do not have firewalls you can still run the test before the webinar and follow prompts. Please make sure to run this test before the webinar!
  3. If your computer does not pass the test, please try going to the webcast via different browsers https://bccancer.adobeconnect.com/r4cd8m5a1na/ OR view via your mobile device: Adobe Connect App: http://www.adobe.com/ca/products/adobeconnect/apps/adobe-connectmobile.html.

Format

  • Moderator and presenter visible via webcam
  • Presentation slides visible on the webinar
  • Audio live through your device speakers
  • Your questions sent via the Q&A chat box
  • Presentation materials available for download

Key Speakers

Dr. Brad Nelson

Skills Gained

1) Describe the mechanism of action of immunotheraphy;

2) Identify and monitor toxicities of this therapy; and

3) Grade and manage adverse immunotherapy events.

Cost

Free. Limited space. Please email cpd.info@ubc.ca if you register but cannot attend. Other colleagues might need that space.

Cancellations and Refunds

Archives

UBC CPD archives: https://ubccpd.ca/resources/archived/webinars
FPON archives: http://www.bccancer.bc.ca/health-professionals/networks/family-practice-oncology-network/continuing-medical-education#Webcasts

You may earn additional Mainpro+ credits for recorded webinars through a Linking Learning to Practice exercise. Access Linking Learning through the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)’s website under “CPD.” Each exercise is worth five certified Mainpro+® credits.

Here’s how to complete a Linking Learning exercise:

  1. Log in to the CFPC Member Access page on the CFPC site: https://www.cfpc.ca/login/
  2. Click the Mainpro+ logo on the right-hand side of the “My Account” page
  3. Click “Enter A CPD Activity” at the top left under your name and select the following:
    •  Category: Self-Learning
    • Certification Type: Certified
    • Activity Type: Linking Learning to Practice
  4. In response to “Upon what kind of learning activity is this exercise based?” select “Other” and type “Webcast recording” 
  5. Leave the Program/Activity ID blank
  6. In response to “Professional activities that can stimulate thinking about your practice and/or work,” select the most applicable answer 
  7. Respond to the brief set of questions regarding your practice and the learning you are exploring via the recording 

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GPOs and all other cancer care providers

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Contact

Nina Zoric
nina.z@ubc.ca

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