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Jun
12
2021
Jun 12, 2021
Conference

2021 Piedmont Oncology Symposium

7:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Virtual

As the supply of medical oncologists continues to lag behind demand, providers will need to become more comfortable with the appropriate aspects of care for cancer patients. This symposium will help the participant to achieve a higher level of understanding about cancer and its treatment. This interprofessional activity is designed for APRNs, oncology nurses, PAs, pharmacists, and physicians to help build a strong and collaborative partnership with other members of the cancer care team as well as oncology specialists.

Contact

Brandy Frieson-Kelly | Program Manager Email: brandy.frieson-kelly@piedmont.org Phone Number: 404-308-8455

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