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SFBAONS 14th Annual OCU
2014 OCU Schedule
7:00: Registration (“Passport to Success” Education Fair)
7:30: BREAKFAST with non-CEU presentation(“Passport to Success” Education Fair)
Expanding the Boundaries of Treatment for Patients with mCRC After Previous Therapies Have Failed, Suzanne McGettigan, MSN, NP (UPenn)
Sponsored by Bayer Oncology
8:30: Marylin Dodd Keynote Address: The Priority of Palliating Symptoms to
Enhance Patient and Caregiver Outcomes, Ruth McCorkle, PhD, RN (Yale)
9:20: New Drug Update, TeresaKnoop, MS, RN (Vanderbilt) some of the best of ONS Congress 2014
10:10: BREAK (“Passport to Success” Education Fair)
10:40: Breast Cancer Biology and Treatment, Hope Qamoos, MSN, NP (Stanford)
11:30: GI Oncology Update, Andrew Ko, MD (UCSF)
12:20: LUNCH (“Passport to Success” Education Fair)
1:10: Specialty Pharmacy, an Oncology Nursing Perspective, Stephanie Bolin, BS, RN (Stanford)
Sponsored by Omnicare/ACS
2:00: Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: Current & Future Directions, Joseph Toscano, MD (UC Davis)
Sponsored by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
2:50: BREAK (“Passport to Success” Education Fair)
3:20: Geriatric Oncology, Peggy Burhenn, MS, CNS (City of Hope) some of the best of ONS Congress 2014
4:10: Author, Musician, Songwriter, Mother, and Survivor, Laura Roppe
Program DescriptionThe OCU provides engaging lectures from outstanding faculty and an opportunity to network with Bay Area oncology nurses working at the bedside, in clinics, in advanced practice, in research and in industry. Participants will improve their understanding of Palliative Care, New Drugs, Breast Cancer, GI Oncology, Specialty Pharmacy, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Geriatric Oncology, and Survivorship. Continuing Education Credit8 hours of continuing education will be awarded for full-day attendance. No partial credit will be awarded. SFBAONS is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider number CEP 13612.
Note: speakers, times, topics and content, sequence, and number of presentations are subject to change.
No CEU contact hours given for breakfast and lunch sponsored presentations. *must be present to win