TME KNOWLEDGE

Relative vs Absolute Risk

 

       Helpful to inform patients of the difference

       Relative Risk – 2x, 4x population risk

       Absolute risk – straight forward way of thinking of risk of developing cancer over a finite time period – 5, 10 years or lifetime risk

 

Absolute Risk

       Absolute Risk – specific patient variables applied to a Risk Model

      Gail

      Claus

      Tyrer-Cusick

      Hughes Risk App

 

Risk Management Strategy

       Identifying patients in your practice

      Assessment – you, MA, NP, nurse

       Specific Clinic vs Integrating into Practice

 

       Imaging Center?

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