SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 0800-1130, W2114

Please take a few minutes of your time to evaluate the scientific sessions.

David Berman, Queen’s Cancer Research Institute; Queen’s University

Theodorus Van Der Kwast, Toronto General Hospital;
University Health Network

George Yousef, St. Michael’s Hospital; University of Toronto


At the end of the session, the participants will be able to:

Apply the latest ISUP grading system for prostate cancer in daily practice.
Distinguish Gleason grade 3 patterns from Gleason grade 4 / 5 patterns in prostate needle biopsies.
Identify and report the presence of intraductal carcinoma in prostate needle biopsies.
Recognize unusual variants of prostate cancer in prostate
needle biopsies.
Describe the potential clinical importance of large scale genomic profiling studies in prostate cancer.

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* 1. Please type your first and last name below. To obtain CME/CPD, you must fill out an evaluation for each educational event attended. Filling in the field below will ensure you receive credit for completing this evaluation. Evaluations remain confidential and anonymous - The field is randomized and deleted when CME/CPD is claimed.

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* 2. Please take a few minutes of your time to evaluate the scientific session.

  Yes NO
Session objectives as stated above were adequately met.
The session met my expectations.
The session content was relevant and/or applicable to my work.
Adequate time was allocated for questions/discussion/interaction.
I would like to have had this session recorded for future viewing/listening.

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* 3. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, I am planning to:

  Yes No
Discuss with Colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a personal learning project
Change my practice

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* 4. If you answered yes, please indicate/describe what additional learning or knowledge you intend to pursue:

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* 5. If you answered yes, please indicate what changes you intend to integrate into practice: