Welcoming Spaces: Treating Your LGBTQ+ Patients

Developed by The National LGBT Cancer Network


This series includes eight modules, making it one of the most in-depth LGBTQ+ cultural humility trainings available. Through a partnership between the National LGBT Cancer Network and the Society of Gynecologic Oncology, it is accredited for continuing education for practically any health provider.


Unlike other trainings, each of the first five modules are aimed at all health workers, from front desk staff to surgeons. And thanks to the generosity of funders, it is free for the remainder of 2022.

Developed by the GW Cancer Center and the American Cancer Society


Primary care providers play a critical role in providing follow-up care for cancer survivors, including dealing with many of the physical, psychological, practical, informational, and spiritual challenges after the completion of cancer treatment. 


Clinicians can learn about caring for survivors of adult-onset cancers through a series of ten enduring online educational modules.

Developed by LuCa National Training Network


This comprehensive and innovative online course is the first of its kind for PCPs and other health care professionals. It is video-based, features animated demonstrations, and has three separate lessons addressing lung cancer care across the continuum.

Developed by CDC and Medscape, March 2021


In partnership with CDC, Medscape Education developed two continuing education courses for primary care providers (PCPs) on colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. Course goals are to increase CRC screening and improve CRC screening quality.