SNO ONLINE EDUCATION CENTER
Education Committee Co-Chairs: Patrick Wen and Isabel Arrillaga-Romany
The SNO Online Education center promotes advancement in neuro-oncology research and education by providing access to online resources. We continue to expand this online learning center with a broad range of topics and speakers that will enhance the scientific and clinical expertise within the field of neuro-oncology.
SNO takes a multidisciplinary approach to continuing education by providing opportunities for CME credit through webinars, special events or publications. Please see the section below titled Continuing Education for options as they become available.
ANNUAL MEETING CONTENT
Content for Registered Attendees:
Slide presentations and their accompanying audio are available to all registered attendees of the SNO Annual Meeting, beginning with the 2018 meeting. Attendees must log in with the user ID/password that was used for that year's registration. For login issues, contact Linda Greer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To access and view the 2019 slide presentations, click here.
- To access and view the 2018 slide presentations, click here.
Select presentations from the 2017 and 2018 SNO Annual Meetings are free to view by clicking on the links below:
2018 Annual Meeting
2017 Annual Meeting
You may also access presentations through this link, https://soc-neuro-onc.vids.io/, and select the "Browse by Categories" drop-down menu located at the upper right of the page.
2019 Clinical Trials Course - Select Presentations
CLICK HERE TO SUGGEST A TOPIC FOR A FUTURE WEBINAR
SNO is pleased to offer regularly scheduled webinars as part of the online Education Center. These webinars will be led by leaders in brain tumor research and patient care and will cover a range of topics relevant to our multidisciplinary membership.
To view past webinars, click here.
Supplemental Issue of Neuro-Oncology
with free CME Credit: Survivorship in Neuro-Oncology: Improving Care by Advancing Science
- According to the National Cancer Institute, an individual is considered a cancer survivor from the time of diagnosis through the balance of his or her life. Essential components of survivorship care include prevention of recurrent cancer and late effects, surveillance for cancer recurrence and assessment, and interventions for management of late psychological and medical effects. There is a paucity of literature related to these topics in neuro-oncology. This supplement to SNO’s official journal, Neuro-Oncology, includes manuscripts that provide an overview of these essential components specifically in neuro-oncology. To access the Survivorship Supplement, click here.
CME Webinar: Will MEK Inhibitors Change the Future Treatment Paradigm of NF1
Clinicians involved in the care of patients with NF1 need to be knowledgeable about current and emerging agents for treating NF1-associated tumors. This CME-certified discussion reviews the rationale/clinical trial data for MEK inhibitors in plexiform neurofibromas, low-grade gliomas, and more. Management of MEK inhibitor-related adverse events are also discussed. Faculty: David Gutmann, MD, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine, Roger Packer, MD, Children's National Medical Center. Presented in partnership with Medscape. To view the webinar, click here.
Available to current SNO members.
Not a member? For information on joining SNO, click here.
Neuro-Oncology Oligodendroglioma Tumor Board
National Cancer Institute, November 19, 2018