Friday, November 13, 2015
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The Inn at Penn
3600 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
The Prostate Cancer Evidence Academy will be a one-day conference to present the latest evidence, research and model programs that are proven effective or being studied to improve prostate cancer prevention, control, treatment and survivorship. The goal of the event is to engage clinicians, public health professionals, policy makers and patients/survivors to reduce the burden of prostate cancer and bridge the gap between research and practice.
Breakout sessions will be conducted in three tracks— clinical, public health/policy and survivorship/advocacy— allowing attendees to focus on and discuss the most relevant and applicable information and tools to apply to their practice settings.
This symposium is designed for healthcare professionals who work with adults and offer prostate cancer-related care (urologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists and primary care physicians); public health professionals and policymakers who develop, implement and/or evaluate programs/policies related to prostate cancer prevention and control; and survivors and advocates who promote prostate cancer awareness and education. This conference is CME/CNE-certified.
- For attendees seeking CME/CNE credit, the registration fee for practicing physicians is $50.00. For non-Penn residents, fellows, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, the fee is $25.00.
- For faculty, staff, residents, fellows and/or students of the University of Pennsylvania, the fee is $25.00.
- For all other attendees (policy makers, survivors and advocates) not seeking CME/CNE credit, the registration fee is $15.00.
To register, or for more information, please visit penncmeonline.com.