Use of Cross-Program Outcomes to Document Improvements and Ongoing Gaps in Cancer Immunotherapy Knowledge

While evaluating outcomes for individual educational activities is standard, much less work has been done analyzing CME outcomes across activities. Accordingly, we sought to evaluate learner performance on a cancer immunotherapy outcomes measure repeated in several different activities. Our findings suggest a clear and ongoing lack of basic knowledge regarding cancer immunotherapy principles that are increasing important for patient care. Bringing education on immunotherapy to clinicians via multiple formats (eg, symposium, live meeting series, online, on-demand activities) will facilitate greater and more effective use of these agents and, thereby, improve outcomes for patients.

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