Last Modified: June 14, 2002
Conference Dates: October 4 - 9, 2002
Conference Location: M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Sponsoring Group: M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine
Conference Web Page URL: www.mdanderson.org/conferences
Topics Covered: See website for topics
Conference Objectives: Demonstrate proficiency of knowledge in hematology and medical oncology. Describe and utilize current standards of care and blood disorders for patients with cancer. Effectively prepare for the hematology and medical oncology subspecialty examination.
Who Should Attend: Medical oncologists and hematologists, APNs, PAs and nurses
Conference Agenda: See website for agenda
|Postmarked||By 9/20/02||After 9/20/02|
|Full conference fee|
|Physicians (MDs, PhDs, Dos)||$850||$950|
|Residents or Fellows*||$650||$750|
|Oncology Session Fee (4 1/2 days, 1/2 Saturday - Wednesday)|
|Physicians (MDs, PhDs, Dos)||$700||$800||Residents or Fellows*||$500||$600|
|Hematology Session Fee (3 days, Friday - Sunday)|
|Physicians (MDs, PhDs, Dos)||$500||$600|
|Residents or Fellows*||$300||$400|
*Non-physician healthcare providers may utilize the Resident or Fellow registration rate. Any registration claiming this reduced fee must submit a letter of introduction from the chairperson or director of the appropriate department or program.
Conference Fees: Full conference fee $850
Continuing Education: Yes
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