Thank you for attending the 2019 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting. The AACR is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The AACR designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Request for Credit
To receive CME Credit you must complete the following Request for Credit Survey. A credit certificate (for physicians) or certificate of attendance (for non physician attendees) will only be issued to those who complete the survey. Your certificate will be sent by email after the survey is completed.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Please enter your AACR ID number (If you don't have one, please leave blank)

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* 3. Address Information

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* 4. Please indicate your email address

APPROVED SESSIONS WORKSHEET PDF: If you don't remember which sessions you attended, please access the following link to the Sessions Worksheet PDF: CME Sessions Worksheet

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* 5. Number of Credits Claimed

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* 6. Select One

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* 7. Which statement best describes your practice setting?

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* 8. Please rate your scope of knowledge prior to participating in this CME activity.

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* 9. Activity included opportunity to learn interactively from faculty/participants?

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* 10. Content covered was useful and relevant to my practice?

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* 11. To what extent were the learning objectives met by this CME activity?

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The facilitation of technological advances in cancer research and care through collaborative relationships between academia and industry.
Innovative solutions to a wide spectrum of administrative challenges for cancer center physician clinical leadership.
The value of an online library of cancer-specific legislation resources to the development of sound public policy.
The effects of technology, an aging population, and advances in detection and treatment, on training and engaging the cancer center workforce.
Progress of the AACI Clinical Research Innovation (CRI) program, now entering its second decade.
The efforts of AACI’s CAR T Initiative to address the financial and technical challenges of administering CAR T-cell immunotherapy.
The impact of translational research on the human papillomavirus (HPV), which led to the development of the HPV vaccine.
Best practices for disclosing and managing potential conflicts of interest for cancer center personnel.
The cultivation of alternative revenue streams for cancer centers.
Compliance with current NCI CCSG guidelines.
The development of metastasis prevention agents and novel approaches to liquid biopsy.
Alternative payment models adopted by some cancer centers, including those targeting specific clinical conditions, types of care, or populations.
The implementation of innovative community outreach and engagement (COE) efforts and technology platforms in a variety of settings.
The NCI’s priorities, policies, strategies, and goals for the national cancer research enterprise, and their relationship to academic cancer centers.
Challenges and opportunities for collaboration between academia, government, and the private sector.

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* 12. The speakers presented sufficient scientific evidence to support the content presented?

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* 13. Meeting Presentations were free from commercial influence or bias?

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* 14. Please rate how likely you are to make changes in your practice in the following areas:

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Incorporate new knowledge of the contributions of laboratory research to drug development and patient care, as well as the epidemiological implications of cancer incidence and mortality.
Incorporate critical concepts, related skills, and/or methods associated with basic cancer research into the clinical practice of oncology to aid in the detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer.
Refine clinical research design and protocols that improve patient outcomes.
Develop new interdisciplinary collaborations to advance the progress of cancer research from “bench to bedside and back” yielding further improvements in patient outcomes.

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* 15. As a result of your participation in the AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting, what are you going to do differently? Please indicate any changes to your practice:

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* 16. Please indicate any barriers you perceive in implementing changes to your practice (check all that apply).

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* 17. Please rate your scope of knowledge after participating in this CME activity.

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* 18. Please provide any additional comments or suggestions for use in planning future AACR CME activities.

Thank you for your participation in the AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting. Your Certificate will be processed soon and sent by email.

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