Corticosteroids and the Implications of Long-Term Immunosuppression

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Corticosteroids are being used in patients receiving cancer treatment for a growing number of indications including immunosuppressive cancer treatments as well as for managing immune-related adverse events. Managing chronic steroid use and associated immunosuppression becomes complicated as it poses a risk for other comorbidities and increases the risk of infection. In this webinar, learn from two experts in the field, strategies to assess for risks of corticosteroid use and management strategies.

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You will enjoy access for 90 days from date of purchase, after which you will no longer be able to access the course.

Course Topics

Immunotherapy; Adverse Event Management

Expected Outcomes

Learner will be able to describe implications of corticosteroid use and long term immunosuppression in patients with cancer

Target Audience

The intended audience is nurses involved in the care of patients on immunotherapy

ILNA Breakdown

Up to 0.75 ILNA points may be applied to Treatment OR Survivorship OR Advanced Practice Roles. No more than 0.75 total points may be claimed for the program.

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