ESMO E-Learning and V-Learning
Watch E-Learning and V-Learning webcasts produced by leading oncology experts and take the CME test.
ESMO continually develops E-Learning and V-Learning modules covering a broad range of topics relevant for practising oncologists including:
- Recent discoveries and their impact on current treatments for diverse tumour types
- Oncology clinical case studies and conundrums
- Guidance on implementation of the latest ESMO clinical practise guidelines and incorporation of recent clinical advancements
- Selected oncology highlights from the past year
E-Learning and V-Learning modules less than 2 years are accompanied by a CME test (ESMO members only) awarding 1 ESMO-MORA category 1 point and 1 ACOE (Accreditation Council of Oncology in EU) CME credit on successful completion. ESMO members have the option to print the certificate immediately or store in the myESMO CME bank.
Modules marked as V-Learning contain video presentations to enhance your learning experience.
ESMO E-Learning and V-Learning Modules are the original property of ESMO. Authorship is retained by the module authors. The modules and their constituent slides can not be presented in any form, modified or otherwise, on a platform other than those belonging to ESMO, without prior explicit permission from ESMO. Module PDF files are available for individual download by medical professionals for study and reference purposes only.
|Germ Cell Tumours||Rational Treatment Delivery in Clinical Stage I and II Testicular Germ Cell Tumours (Including Long-Term Toxicities)||Andrea Necchi|
|Ovarian Cancer||Ovarian Cancer IP Chemotherapy||Pierfranco Conte|
|Cancer in Adolescents - Cancer in Young Adults||Fertility Preservation in Girls and Women with Cancer||Richard Anderson|
|Anti-Cancer Agents & Biologic Therapy - Complications of Treatment||Cardiotoxicity in Oncology Practice||Evandro de Azambuja|
|Breast Cancer||Triple Negative Breast Cancer is Still an Unmet Need||Valentina Guarneri, Maria Vittoria Dieci|
|Bioethics, Legal, and Economic Issues||The Main Ethical Problems in Oncological Practice||Giovanni Boniolo|
|Rectal Cancer||Perioperative Treatment of Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer||Robert Glynne Jones|
|Palliative Care||Integrated Oncology and Palliative Care: an Update||Florian Strasser, Rita Canario|
|Palliative Care||Pathophysiology and Management of Cancer Cachexia: an update||Ioannis Gioulbasanis|
|Anti-Cancer Agents & Biologic Therapy - Plasma Cell Dyscrasias||How to Treat Multiple Myeloma With So Many Drugs||Jesús San-Miguel|
|Lung and other Thoracic Tumours||Thoracic Oncology Highlights 2015||Martin Reck, Niels Reinmuth|
|Rectal Cancer||MRI: Impact on rectal cancer care and standardisation||Gina Brown|
|Anti-Cancer Agents & Biologic Therapy - Neuroendocrine Cancers - Pancreatic Cancer||Optimising Outcomes in Gastrointestinal Neuroendocrine Tumours||Mairéad McNamara|
|Central Nervous System Malignancies - Surgery and/or Radiotherapy of Cancer||Management of Patients with Brain Metastases: Focusing on Radiotherapy||Dirk Rades|
|Colon Cancer - Rectal Cancer||Optimising Outcomes for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Cancer||Demetris Papamichael, Stavros Gkolfinopoulos, George Pentheroudakis|