NCCN IEAP Eligibility Criteria -- Melanoma Disease-Specific Certificate
The NCCN International Educational Activities Program (NCCN IEAP) recognizes ex-U.S. physicians who have demonstrated an understanding of the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines) with the successful completion of required NCCN Guidelines educational content hours.
- Demonstration of General Knowledge of NCCN Guidelines for Specific Disease Sites (20 hrs.)
- A disease-specific completion certificate requires successful completion of the 12 hours of General Knowledge of NCCN Guidelines along with an additional 8 hours of disease-specific education.
- Disease sites include Breast, Colorectal, Lung, and Prostate Cancers; Melanoma; and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas. Additional tumor types are forthcoming.
- Physicians may qualify for multiple disease-specific certificates each with the eight-hour required education hours.
The NCCN educational content hours may be completed online or in-person by attending NCCN live events. Educational resources available for this program can be found by searching the Education Catalog; registration is required. Upon successful completion of the required NCCN educational content hours, NCCN will send email notifications to learners with instructions for obtaining the completion certificate(s).
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