In this CME series, IMF Chief Medical Officer Joseph Mikhael (Professor, Applied Cancer Research and Drug Discovery, Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) at City of Hope Cancer Center – Phoenix) provides education for primary care providers and hematologists/oncologists on the signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma (MM) so they can remove barriers to earlier diagnosis and improve treatment in the African- American community.
The following videos, presented by Medscape Oncology, are designed for healthcare practitioners to earn certified medical education (CME) credits.
To earn these CME credits,
- Register for free at Medscape.org
- Login to your Medscape account.
- Enter this link into your browser: www.medscape.org/commentary/mm-signs
- View this virtual course in its entirety.
- Complete CME/ABIM MOC credit activities.
Note: These CME credits are valid through November 10, 2022.
Target Audience and Goal Statement
This activity is intended for primary care providers and hematologists/oncologists.
- Have increased knowledge regarding the
- Racial disparities in MM clinical presentation
- Diagnosis of MM
- Demonstrate greater confidence in their ability to
- Identify patients that should be referred to a hematologist/oncologist for MM treatment