The Temple Health CME Program

The Temple Health CME Program embraces evidence-based programs which promote new concepts in patient safety and enhance excellence in care.

Upcoming Programs in the 2018 CME Program Series


Advances in Thoracic Oncology Conference

April 14, 2018, Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia

This conference is designed as a forum for discussion of advances in technology and treatment what will help participants determine appropriate strategies for managing patients with thoracic cancers and advanced lung disease and assists participants in navigating the challenges of lung cancer screening.

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Atlantic Regional Hematopathology Meeting

May 2018, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia

Advances in hematopathology are evolving at a rapid rate. However, pathologists are often limited in the cases that they are exposed to during their daily practice making it difficult to remain current with the latest advances. Using a case review format, this conference will provide participants with the opportunity to review complex cases and discuss different approaches to diagnosing these cases. Participants will review indicators/markers and test results to understand the reasons that the diagnosis was reached. This format will assist hematopathologists, other pathologists, fellows and residents to enhance their ability to incorporate recent molecular immunophenotypic and genetic information in the interpretation.

Advances in Treating Genitourinary Cancers

Fall 2018, Location to be determined

Our experienced team of thought leaders in Genitourinary (GU) cancers will present the latest research and its application on the screening, diagnoses and treatment options for prostate, kidney, and bladder cancer. In addition to focusing on key clinical topics and controversies, the program will explore therapeutic combinations and sequences undergoing clinical trial evaluation. Through lectures and an interactive panel discussion and case studies, clinicians will be able to place these state of-the-art advances and emerging information in the context of standards of care. This program is designed for medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists, urologists and primary care physicians who want to stay abreast of the latest advances in the field and apply them into their clinical practice.