LEAD graduates are expected to continue their scientific education and research involvement after the formal Project LEAD trainings are completed. NBCC offers a variety of opportunities LEAD graduates may take advantage of to continue their advocate education.
LEADgrads Online is the National Breast Cancer Coalition's online community for Project LEAD graduates. Advocates analyze and discuss the latest in breast cancer research, science and controversies in a web-based format. Graduates can connect with other advocates from around the world to advance breast cancer advocacy. LEADgrads Online also hosts a wide variety of resources to advance continuing education for Project LEAD graduates. Visit www.leadgradsonline.org today.
Online webinars presented by Project LEAD faculty and other notable experts on current topics in breast cancer research. LEADcasts take place several times a year and are open to all advocates who have gradutated from a Project LEAD course. LEADcasts also are archived for viewing on LEADgrads online.
The next LEADcast will take place on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 7:00pm EST. RSVP for this event is now open and can be accessed by logging onto www.leadgradsonline.org.
Critical appraisal sessions of breast cancer scientific literature several times a year through online LEADcasts led by LEAD faculty and other scientists. All sessions are archived for viewing on LEADgrads online.
NBCC offers a variety of continuing education workshops and advanced topics sessions for LEAD grads at national and regional scientific meetings, such as the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium and the Era of Hope.
Please check the Events page on www.leadgradsonline.org for the next continuing education opportunity!