Care of Cancer Survivors
1. Appraise and identify current guidelines and recommendations for cancer survivors.
2. Provide appropriate and current resources to survivors on the psychosocial effects of cancer.
3. Demonstrate increased self-efficacy and confidence in testing for recurrence of cancer using recommended tests and ancillary procedures.
4. Develop communication strategies to improve communication with sub-specialists treating cancer patients to improve coordination of care.
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Jacqueline DuBose, MD, Assistant Professor, Associate Director, Resident Educational Programs, Department of Family Medicine, Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, Augusta
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