Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Continuing Medical Education - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Target AudienceThe target audience of the CME Program includes attending physicians, oncologists, multi-disciplinary practice teams, physicians in the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center regional networks and off-site facilities, and other scientists, nurses and allied health-care professionals.ActivitiesThe Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center CME Program sponsors a range of activities including live courses directed primarily at non-staff physicians, which may offer hands-on skill training, and regularly scheduled conferences directed to specific groups of specialists on the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center staff, and offered to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center regional networks through video-conferencing technology. Also recognized as methods of providing the community of practicing physicians with information in a practical, expeditious and productive manner are enduring materials and Internet/Web-based programs and publications. The expected results are the enhancement of professional knowledge with the immediate goals of stimulating new research ideas and improving patient care and treatment outcomes.Commitment to Patient CareThe ultimate beneficiaries of the Institution’s research findings, clinical experience, and educational programs will be patients, both with and without cancer. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is committed to reassessing the effectiveness of the CME Program on an ongoing basis to ensure that the goals are being met.About MSKMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center — the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center — has devoted more than 130 years to exceptional patient care, innovative research, and outstanding educational programs. Today, we are one of 45 National Cancer Institute–designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers, with state-of-the-art science flourishing side by side with clinical studies and treatment.

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