In this 1-hour video, Dr Nick Plowman teaches Immune self-tolerance, Tumour associated antigens, T-regulatory and killer cells, Immunotherapy as an oncological tool, Immunotherpay with chemotherapy, radiotherapy or genomically targeted therapy.
CME/CPD Points: 0.5
CME being processed – do not purchase this course yet.
Length of video: 30 minutes
Intended audience type: Oncologists, post-grad
Required prior knowledge of target audience: Immunologists or oncologists
By the end of the course, you will have an understanding of:
- Immune self-tolerance.
- Tumour-associated antigens.
- T-regulatory and killer cells.
- Immunotherapy as an oncological tool.
- Immunotherpay with chemotherapy, radiotherapy or genomically targeted therapy.
Dr P.N. Plowman is Head of Clinical Oncology (Cancer Medicine and Radiation Therapy) at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. He also has a smaller and niche practice in Children’s cancer therapy at the Hospital for Sick Children, (Great Ormond Street, London) where he is the senior oncologist.
Dr Plowman is one of the country’s most experienced cancer physicians and, with his clinical team, has introduced new medical therapies, which are now standard practice, and radiation techniques that have been initially pioneering and later best standard practice – with laboratory colleagues; he is currently exploring DNA repair mechanisms – both with regard to cancer’s sensitivity to new agents (and enhancement thereof) and, equally importantly, the likely toxicity of therapy to the normal body (and protection thereof).
Dr Plowman is an authority on the optimal management of cancer and leads one of the country’s foremost teams tackling all cancers.
Instructions for Participation and CME/CPD Points
Follow these steps to earn CME/CPD points:
- Watch, study, and learn from the online pre-recorded lecture.
- Answers the questions in the online quiz based on the course’s learning outcomes. You will need a pass of 80% or higher to achieve your CME/CPD point.
- Complete the online Evaluation Form.
- View, download, and print your CPD Standards Office certificate from your Learner Profile. Please keep this certificate for your records.
- Please refer to your country’s guidelines on how you need to record and apply your credits towards your country’s medical license requirements.