ASCP Education Survey: Immune-Related Adverse Events
As part of an educational grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb, ASCP is developing an online tumor board simulation designed to increase knowledge and competence around the diagnosis, testing, reporting, and management of common immune-related adverse events (irAEs) in patients undergoing checkpoint inhibitor therapy, across the continuum of care.
We would love to hear about the challenges you face regarding irAEs, as well as possible topics or types of irAEs you would like to see addressed in this educational activity.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts to help shape the future of ASCP's online education.
What are the biggest challenges surrounding immune-related adverse events (irAEs) you face in your practice?
What types of cases or irAEs would you like to see addressed in this educational program?
What is your professional role?
Pathologist or hematopathologist
Primary care physician
Laboratory manager or supervisor
Medical laboratory specialist (e.g., SBB, SC, SCT, SCYM, SH, SM, SMB, etc.)
Medical laboratory technician (e.g., DPT, HT, MLA, MLT, PBT, etc.)
Medical laboratory technologist/scientist (e.g., BB, C, CG, CT, H, HTL, M, MB, MLS, MT, etc.)
Other laboratory professional
Nurse or nurse practitioner
Non-healthcare provider (e.g., industry, media, patient, etc.)
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