Cancer Survivorship E-Learning Series for Primary Care Providers
A program of the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center*

According to the American Cancer Society, there are more than 13.7 million cancer survivors in the U.S., many of whom face physical, psychological, practical, informational, and spiritual challenges after the completion of cancer treatment. Primary care providers play a critical role in providing much-needed follow-up care for cancer survivors.

The Cancer Survivorship E-Learning Series is a free continuing education program that provides a forum to educate primary care providers (PCPs) (e.g., general medicine physicians, geriatricians, gynecologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners,  nurses) who may have patients who are cancer survivors about how to better understand and care for survivors in the primary care setting. Continuing education credits (CEs) are available at no cost to participants for each 1-hour module.

This program is available through the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center (The Survivorship Center), a collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the George Washington University Cancer Institute funded by a 5-year cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


The audience will learn about caring for survivors of adult-onset cancers, including:
The series consists of five (5) enduring online educational modules with new modules added throughout the year. Self-paced modules can be completed in any order and include:
  • One or more on-demand webinar presentations by clinicians and experts;
  • Interviews with cancer survivors;
  • Interactive features such as quizzes and patient/survivor case studies; and
  • Access to tools and resources to improve providers’ knowledge and competencies related to post-treatment care of cancer survivors.

To begin, access each module through the links on the left side of the page.










*This program is available through the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center (The Survivorship Center), a collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the George Washington University Cancer Institute funded by a 5-year cooperative agreement (#1U55DPOO3O54) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Learn more about The Survivorship Center.