Tumor Boards and Multidisciplinary Meetings (MDMs)
bring together the team of professionals involved in the diagnosis, treatment and care of cancer patients
. Typically they include oncologists, radiologists, cancer surgeons, specialist nurses and relevant physicians
such as gastroenterologists or chest physicians. These meetings consider a patient’s symptoms, clinical signs and investigations, and plan tests and treatment both at the start and during the course of a patient’s cancer care.
MedShr is now extending these real world meetings into Global Tumor Boards
– connecting cancer teams around the world
with the central aim of sharing knowledge and skills to improve patient care. These MedShr groups allow you to share and discuss cancer cases in a unique, international online MDM that is HIPAA
compliant with over 500,000 members around the world.
MedShr Global Tumor Boards will launch at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
Annual Meeting in Chicago on 1-5 June. ASCO’s Annual Meeting brings together over 30,000 oncology professionals
to discuss the latest treatment modalities, therapies and controversies in the field. This is a great opportunity to join the MedShr Global Tumor Boards
and connect with other cancer specialists
to share your knowledge, experience and opinions.
MedShr Global Tumor Boards
Join the discussion around these complex cases:
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How to Join a MedShr Global Tumor Board?
Create a case from your own clinical work
today and invite colleagues
to discuss it with you on a MedShr Global Tumor Board
. This will allow your team to save time by engaging in case discussion without the need to be in the same room. Additionally, MedShr’s groups allow you to benefit from the discussions occurring around ASCO AM 2018
even if you are not attending the event.
MedShr is fully HIPAA, GDPR
compliant so this is the safest way to discuss patients and decide upon their treatment plans whilst protecting their data. Cases can be illustrated with scans and clinical images and updated as needed, for example post-op following a lumpectomy to evaluate the need for further radiotherapy
MedShr can also provide private groups for your hospital, group or specialist teams.
For further information MedShr Global Tumor Boards or would like give some feedback, please contact Dr. Rosie Barnett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Developed by doctors, MedShr
is the easiest and safest way for medical professionals to discover, discuss and share clinical cases and medical images. The network has over 500,000 members in 180 countries and covers each clinical specialty.
Download the MedShr app for free from the App Store
or Google Play
. Alternatively, you can register on the website