Advanced Prostate Cancer Webcast (2016): Session II: Side Effect Management and Toxicities of Therapy
Urologists continue to indicate one of the greatest educational needs in treating CRPC patients is the sequencing of agents. With the numerous new treatments now available to urologists to manage the CRPC patient, sequencing and managing the side effects of each treatment have become increasingly important. In order for urologists' role in managing CRPC patients to continue to increase, knowledge of the various side effects of the numerous treatments that are available is paramount.
This course will provide essential information on Advanced Prostate Cancer, focusing upon a thorough review of the AUA CRPC Guidelines, followed by sequencing of agents, managing side effects of treatments, management of comorbid conditions, and identifying potential interactions between immunosuppressive agents and other medications. Additionally, the course will include a section on pain management and training on counseling/support of patients in end-of-life issues.
- Non-Urologist MD
At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
- Apply the AUA CRPC Guidelines for FDA approved agents in the management of CRPC and optimization of the AUA algorithm for patient clinical benefit
- Evaluate and diagnose CRPC patients and understand the sequencing and combinatorial treatment strategies from both clinical and administrative perspectives
- Examine the side effect profiles and potential interactions of various therapeutic strategies for CRPC
- Oversee comorbid conditions and describe their management in the context of CRPC treatment
- Manage both the acute and chronic pain that are inherent in the care of CRPC patients
- Communicate the pertinent end-of-life issues that surround CRPC patients and their families
|Daniel W. Lin, MD||GenProbe||Scientific Study or Trial||No|
|NIH/NCI||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Department of Defense||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Veteran's Affairs||Scientific Study or Trial||No|
|Myriad||Consultant or Advisor, Meeting Participant or Lecturer||Yes|
|Genomic Health, Inc.||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|GenomeDx||Scientific Study or Trial||No|
|Astellas||Consultant or Advisor||No|
|Bayer||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|David F. Penson, MD||Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Astellas||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Medivation||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|National Institutes of Health||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|David I. Quinn, MBBS, PhD, FRACP||Dendreon||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Novartis||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Medivation||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Pfizer||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Bayer||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Charles J. Ryan, MD||Johnson and Johnson||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Millennium||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Neal D. Shore, MD, FACS||GP Pharma||Consultant or Advisor||No|
|Astellas||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Dendreon||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Medivation||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Janssen||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Bayer||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Myriad||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Genomic Health||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|MDxHealth||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Takeda||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Evan Y. Yu, MD||Tokai||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Agensys||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Genentech||Meeting Participant or Lecturer, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Bayer||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Janssen||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Ferring||Consultant or Advisor||Yes|
|Merck||Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
|Astellas||Consultant or Advisor, Scientific Study or Trial||Yes|
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- 1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 1.75 Non-Physician Participation