The American Society of Clinical Oncology is gearing up for its first-ever virtual meeting at the end of May 2020. ASCO’s president Howard A. “Skip” Burris, III, MD, joins David H. Henry, MD, of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, to explain how the virtual meeting will work, from releasing research to earning continuing medical education credits. Dr. Burris also explores how the society is responding to COVID-19.
Later in the podcast, Bernard A. Mason, MD, an oncologist with Pennsylvania Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania, both in Philadelphia, is back with some bonus technology tips for taking notes and syncing them across devices, sharing large files, and best practices for backing up files.
Dr. Henry reported having no financial disclosures relevant to this episode.
Dr. Burris has a full list of his financial disclosures here.
Dr. Mason reported having no financial disclosures relevant to this episode.
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