21 April 2022
Our medical education programme, ASK, has recently launched the translation of all education resources into French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese.
The ASK website brings healthcare professionals dynamic and interactive educational resources improving knowledge and confidence in oncology biosimilars in the treatment of cancer amongst healthcare professionals.
ASK has successfully launched multi-format educational activities, including 10 learning chapters, a library of 30 abstracts, local guideline summary documents, an archive of expert-led webinars, and a downloadable handbook – all available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese.
The ASK handbook, developed with expert faculty, consists of 10 chapters, and closely investigates the use of monoclonal antibody biosimilars to promote best clinical practice of treating patients with solid tumours. This programme specifically targets clinicians in Western Europe, Canada, and Japan. Other members of the multidisciplinary team are also encouraged to make use of these resources.
The programme’s resources will be marketed via our media brands Hospital Pharmacy Europe and Hospital Healthcare Europe, as well with the help of our faculty and worldwide societies.