About CME

The foundations of STO’s educational interventions are the improvement of physician competencies and strategies for the screening, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and management of patients with cancer; and enhancement of performance-in-practice. STO is dedicated to the continued education of its members and cancer caregivers and to the improvement in the quality and safety of care for the patient with cancer.

STO designs its educational programs to support the achievement of identified educational results. These include live meetings and enduring materials including print education, internet-based activities, and other electronic forms of education. Multiple modalities are utilized to impact change; most interventions utilize interactive technology and non-educational interventions and focus on quality and patient safety issues.

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CME/CE Activity

Prostate Cancer: Community Education and Disparities in Diagnosis and Treatment

MyCME

The activity, which is one of a 5-part series, includes a peer review journal article that examines community education and disparities in diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and then introduces Marcus, a 52-year-old Black man diagnosed with a primary tumor with evidence of extension to illustrate the barriers that impacted his treatment.

This activity is hosted on myCME. If you do not have a myCME account, you may register for a free account.

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