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AcademicCME is a jointly accredited healthcare solutions medical education company designed to impact practice behavior by providing clinicians with multi-format educational resources in various therapeutic areas. Our mission is to improve patient outcomes through practical, customized and comprehensive continuing education.

CE Courses

Clinical Trial Analysis of BRAF and Anti-PD-1 Targeted Therapeutic Options for Colorectal Cancer

Program Overview

In this module, Ryan B. Corcoran, MD PhD, along with Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD, course chair, will highlight current clinical trial data for BRAF and Anti-PD-1 targeted therapeutic options in the colorectal cancer treatment landscape. The expert faculty will provide an in-depth review of novel studies by analyzing study populations, methods and results, as well as providing key ...
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Targeted Anti-PD-1-based Therapies and Adverse Event Mitigation to Improve Outcomes in Patients with CRC

Program Overview

In this module, Michael J. Overman, MD, along with Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD, course chair, will review clinical trial data of approved and emerging targeted Anti-PD-1-based therapies for the treatment of patients with colorectal cancer, debating the clinical relevance of each in a discussion-based format. The toxicity spectrum of immune-related adverse events will be covered, along with kinetics ...
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Colorectal Cancer Update: Prevalence, Screening, Biomarker and Genomic Testing, and Therapeutic Targets

Program Overview

In this module, Jonathan Loree, MD, MS, along with Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD, course chair, will first provide a brief overview of the history and prevalence of colorectal cancer, as well as best practices for screening. Following, the expert faculty will review the role of clinically relevant biomarkers in metastatic colorectal cancer. Strategies for detecting and managing various ...
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An Interprofessional Team Approach to Deliver Optimal mCRC Patient Care that Addresses Disparities and Patient Education

Program Overview

In this module, Jamie Faber, PA-C and Tracy Trevino, BSN, RN, along with Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD, course chair, will highlight the role of the interprofessional team in administering optimal patient education and promoting compliance. Practical recommendations for addressing disparities in patient care will also be provided. Further, the expert faculty will discuss side effect management and best ...
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Diagnosis and Management of Acquired Methemoglobinemia

Program Overview

The diagnosis of acquired methemoglobinemia requires a high index of clinical suspicion, confirmation with objective testing, and prompt specific treatment in addition to support.  There are important clues to the diagnosis, especially a “saturation gap” between an arterial blood gas and pulse oximetry data, and careful history of drug use or potential toxin exposure.  Because acquired methemoglobinemia is ...
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Clinical Updates and Strategies for the Long-Term Management of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Program Overview

This six-episode podcast interview series, chaired by Dr. Fred Lublin, highlights recent advances in the treatment and management of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), including clinical considerations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In this series, the expert faculty will analyze recent clinical trial data, including that presented at Joint ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS MS Virtual 2020. Advances in diagnostic tools, biomarkers and ...
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Upcoming Events

Alliance 46th Annual Conference

July 14th – 16th, 2021

CCR East Annual Meeting

August 12th-15th, 2021

CCR West Annual Meeting

September 18th – 21st, 2021

2021 Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Annual Meeting

October 25th – 28th, 2021