Class Information for Advanced Oncology Education Series (AOES) for Nurses: Cancer Immunotherapy
This one day course will include sessions on current immunotherapy approaches including immune checkpoint inhibitors, vaccine therapy, and cellular therapy as well as provide nursing strategies for managing immune related adverse events.
This activity has been approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing for approval to award 7 contact hours. The Maryland Board of Nursing is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s COA.
Any questions regarding contact hours, please contact Melanie Mudd.
In order to successfully complete this activity and receive full contact hour credit for this CNE activity, you must attend at least 80% of the activity and complete an online evaluation of this course.
Nurses with at least 2 years of Oncology Experience.
By the end of the program, learners will identify current approaches in cancer immunotherapy.
By the end of the program, participants will identify nursing strategies to manage immune related adverse events.
Participants should have completed an introductory course related to oncology nursing and have a strong foundation in Chemo/biotherapy administration principles for cancer patients. Courses may include the CCND Oncology Education Series: Oncologic Emergencies and Concepts, Trends, and Care Courses or the ONS Online Cancer Basics Course.