PROFESSIONAL ONCOLOGY EDUCATION PROGRAM

  • Whitehead, Ian (CoPI)
  • Hill, George (PI)
  • Hirschberg, Erich (PI)
  • Alger, Elizabeth (PI)
  • Ozer, Harvey (PI)
  • Mahon, Gwendolyn Maria (PI)
  • Mahon, Gwendolyn (PI)
  • Hirschberg, Erich (PI)
  • Alger, Elizabeth (PI)
  • Ozer, Harvey (CoPI)
  • Mahon, Gwendolyn Maria (PI)
  • Mahon, Gwendolyn Maria (PI)
  • Ozer, Harvey (CoPI)
  • Ozer, Harvey L. (PI)
  • Ozer, Harvey L. (PI)
  • WHITEHEAD, IAN P (PI)

Project Details

Description

Professional oncology education enhancement is proposed at a medical school
and two university hospitals, through enrichment of existing programs and
development of new programs in cancer education. Five categories of
programs are enumerated which will be enhanced: (1) Clinical Assistants
(undergraduate medical students in an elective non-credit research
program), (2) Curriculum for undergraduate medical students, including
required an elective courses for students in all four years of medical
school, (3) Core cancer education for Residents and Fellows in several
departments, (4) Postgraduate (continuing) cancer education for physicians,
scientists and nurses, and (5) a multidisciplinary head and neck program
which is a model for professional cancer education at many levels. Three
categories of support services are proposed to receive financial support to
enhanace and coordinate the education programs: (1) Library services,
including written, audio-vidual and consulting services, (2) Evaluation,
including further development of evaluation instruments and development of
methodologies for corrective action, and (3) Cancer Education Office,
including Cancer Coordinator and secretarial services.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date12/31/897/31/16

Funding

  • National Cancer Institute: $137,113.00
  • National Cancer Institute: $231,412.00
  • National Cancer Institute: $226,214.00
  • National Cancer Institute: $212,139.00
  • National Cancer Institute: $232,568.00

ASJC

  • Medicine(all)
  • Education
  • Oncology
  • Cancer Research

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