In this video, Rita Nanda, MD, associate director of medicine at the University of Chicago Medical Center, describes why oncology continuing medical education (CME) is important. Dr. Nanda understands that not all practicing clinicians have time to attend major conferences like the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the American Society of Hematology annual meetings. CME allows for those busy oncologists to absorb information in a different form. Practitioners can keep up-to-date with cutting-edge data as well as new clinical trials. Oncology CME allows for the dissemination of these new advances and presents them across different channels.