The Temple Health CME Program’s purpose is to support the educational needs of the medical staffs of the Fox Chase Cancer Center (the American Oncologic Hospital and the Institute for Cancer Research) and Jeanes Hospital’s integrated campus in order to improve patient care.
The CME Program embraces evidence-based programs which promote new concepts in patient safety and enhance excellence in care. We strive to improve patient outcomes through an interdisciplinary approach to patient-centered care which strengthens interpersonal communication between healthcare providers, patients and families.
The Temple Health CME Program is accredited by the Pennsylvania Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Temple Health CME offers onsite programs including grand rounds, case conferences, tumor boards, morbidity and mortality meetings, Schwartz Center Rounds™, and enduring materials. The wide-campus educational offerings include online lectures as well as regional symposiums.
Atlantic Regional Hematopathology Meeting
Saturday, May 18, 2019
8:30 am - 3 pm
Fox Chase Cancer Center and The Temple Health Office for Continuing Medical Education invite you to join Fox Chase physicians, keynote speakers from Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology and Alberta University, and other colleagues from the region as they review complex cases and discuss approaches to diagnosing these cases.
Participants will review indicators/markers and test results to understand the reasons specific diagnoses were reached. Two seminars on the diverse aspects of T-cell lymphoma pathogenesis and molecular makeup will also be offered. Through an interactive format, attendees will enhance their ability to incorporate recent molecular immunophenotypic and genetic information in their interpretations.