Master-class in Breast oncology

On-line · Pending dates

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BREAST BENIGN AND MALIGN DISEASES

AND BREAST UNITS

Programme

BASICS ON BREAST ONCOLOGY:

  • Basic Sciences on breast disease
  • How to build a Breast unit

IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR BREAST:

  • Ultrasound
  • Mammogram
  • MR imaging
  • Breast PET Scan for diagnosis and follow-up
  • Interventional radiology: stereotactic breast biopsy, imaging-guided needle breast biopsy, ultrasound guided breast biopsy

BENIGN BREAST DISEASE:

  • Nipple discharge and the role of ductoscopy
  • Inflammatory and related lesions: mastitis, foreign body reactions, recurrent subareolar abscess, mammary duct ectasia, fat necrosis
  • Fibrocystic changes: cysts, adenosis, metaplasia, epithelial hyperplasia, ductal lesions, lobular lesions, columnar cell lesions, radial scar and complex sclerosing lesion, intraductal papilloma and papillomatosis
  • Benign tumours: fibroadenoma, lipoma, adenoma, hamartoma, granular cell tumour

MANAGEMENT OF MALIGNANT BREAST DISEASE:

  • Treatment: Adjuvant systemic therapy / Primary chemotherapy (neoadjuvant chemotherapy) in locally advanced breast cancer / Follow-up
  • Management of metastatic disease: Staging of metastatic or recurrent breast cancer / Local recurrence / Systemic dissemination / Chemotherapy regimens for recurrent or metastatic breast cancer
  • Pathological handling of breast cancer excision specimens: Fine needle aspiration biopsy and core needle biopsy / Mastectomy specimen / Mammographically-directed excisions / Frozen section diagnosis / Surgical pathology report of breast cancer specimens
  • Radiotherapy guidelines for breast cancer: Radiotherapy for ductal carcinoma in situ / Criteria for breast conserving therapy / Post-mastectomy radiotherapy / Radiotherapy after pre-operative systemic therapy
  • Management of special situations in breast cancer: Breast cancer in elderly women / In very young women / In male
  • Breast cancer reserach: How, who and when

Two registration options

REGISTRATION FEE: 800€

You can join this course as part of RMES Flexible part-time programme À la carte.

 

In this case, the registration fee includes:

  • The possibility to validate it as part or RMES post-graduate programmes
  • Free access to the resources of RMES on-line campus
  • The right to assessment fees
  • Presentation of a difficult case to be discussed by the Educational Board

* Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with your invoice and the credentials to access RMES on-line campus.

There you will be able to access the zoom meeting and the video-recording on demand.

If it is your first course as RMES Flexible part-time programme À la carte student, please fill out the «À la carte» form and send it together with your CV to our project manager through the «contact» section of this website.

REGISTRATION FEE: 400€

Interested in joining this programme as an independent course?

 

We offer a special registration fee for those who want to attend this course but are not interested in validate it as part of RMES post-graduate programmes.

 

With this kind of registration, you will be able to watch the lecture on streaming and on-demand and take part of the discussions. But it does not include all the options listed beside.

* Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with your invoice and the credentials to access live zoom meeting.

** After the course, you will be able to watch the video-recording on demand. To do this, you will need to register at RMES TV website and access the desired video with the password that you get on your registration email.

Contact

CONTACT:

Elena Mohedano

RMES project manager
elena.mohedano@rmes.es
(+34) 93 556 55 05
www.rmes.es

Course

Master-class in Breast oncology

Venue

On-line

Registration fee

800€ / 400€

Date
Category
Diploma Breast, MRBS