Hone your critical reasoning and evaluation skills in a case review course designed to help you zero in on what is most clinically relevant for diagnosis, developing a management plan, and treatment approach in all essential Areas of Radiation Oncology. Emphasis is placed on the clinical management of the malignant and benign disease by requiring knowledge of anatomy; epidemiology; pathology; patterns of local, regional, and distal involvement; treatment modalities; radiation treatment planning; and results of treatment including prognosis and complications.
The course opens with a lecture presentation on the critical reasoning and communication skills that are important to passing the Oral Certification exam and that will be emphasized in the recorded mock orals available for your viewing. The recorded mock orals cover standard of care relevant cases utilizing a half-hour mock oral exam with feedback format. Participant volunteers and some of our best faculty were recorded in 25-minute virtual simulations of the Oral Board process followed by faculty critique. The recorded material covers all required topic areas and will be available for your viewing beginning 5 days prior to the Osler review weekend through the board exam.
Course fees include participating in 2 private virtual mock oral scheduled during the 3 days encompassing the course. Participants may purchase additional mock orals if desired; however, topic availability may be limited near the start of the course. Participants are matched with faculty based on their topic selections.