Immerse Yourself in Immuno-Oncology Implementation!
ICLIO learning modules deliver forward thinking content developed by leading experts in the field of immuno-oncology. Experience interactive courses with skill-building lectures, videos, supplemental resources, pre- and post-assessments, and enrichment opportunities. Each module provides one hour of engaging content, so you can make progress easily while working at your own pace.
“Topic-specific” learning modules
Delve into our free, online learning portal to master courses on the real-world application of immunotherapies.
Immunotherapy Clinical Optimization.
Explore “real-world” clinical practice issues related to immunotherapy and find solutions to optimize patient care.
Managing Payer Coverage and Reimbursement Policies.
Stay current on the evolving immuno-oncology coverage and reimbursement landscape and gain strategies to overcome challenges to access for patients and providers.
Alternative Payment Models.
Learn operational approaches for the effective integration of immunotherapy into your cancer care program.
“Role-specific” learning modules
Oncologists, nurses, and pharmacists will benefit from targeted education on their roles and responsibilities within the immuno-oncology clinical care team.
Immuno-Oncology Management for the Practicing Oncologist.
Examine the oncologists’ role in selecting, delivering, and monitoring immuno-oncologic agents, with an emphasis on disease diagnosis and treatment planning, identifying and managing adverse events, and recognizing responses to immunotherapy, among other topics.
The Nurse Navigator and Managing Patient Expectations in Immunotherapy Cancer Care.
Learn new techniques from the perspective of the nurse and nurse navigator and from the patient to effectively support patients through all phases of the I-O treatment spectrum, including monitoring of immunotherapy response and adverse events, presenting appropriate psycho-social support resources, and managing patient expectations during—and after—treatment.
The Pharmacist and Pharmacy Administrator in Immuno-Oncology.
Delve into the numerous clinical, operational, and financial responsibilities of the modern-day oncology pharmacist, including immunotherapy indications, staff education, adherence and compliance, dispensing and distribution, inventory control, formulary management, managing payers, and coverage and reimbursement challenges.
The six ICLIO learning modules are available at no charge. Upon completion of each module, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Complete the three topic-specific modules or one role-specific module to earn the distinction of “ICLIO Scholar” with acknowledgement on the ICLIO Scholars webpage. That’s great exposure for you—and your cancer program!
“The ICLIO learning modules have been instrumental in preparing our oncology team to effectively and safely administer immunotherapy in the community setting. The modules have taught our clinicians and nurses to rapidly identify and treat complications of immunotherapy, and have provided our financial counselor with an algorithm to proactively ensure that all patients receiving I-O have proper authorization and/or applications for medication assistance to avoid treatment delays.”
– Jennie Crews, MD, MMM, FACP, Medical Director of SCCA Network and Research Integration, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance