Managing Myeloma announces a new comprehensive continuing education program designed to keep practitioners up-to-date with the latest advances in multiple myeloma patient care.
Online PR News – 16-September-2011 – – Managing Myeloma is pleased to announce the launch of a new comprehensive curriculum-based program for clinicians who treat multiple myeloma. Designed to be the most current standard of practice information resource for professionals, the program will address six specific topics related to the treatment of patients with multiple myeloma. Each topic will be covered over the course of two months and will be hosted under the Grand Rounds top navigation tab.
This comprehensive program includes the following components for each specific topic:
Myeloma Practice Essentials Grand Rounds Series Renowned multiple myeloma experts will guide practitioners through patient cases while focusing on essential issues in practice. These 30-minute, CME, CPE, and CNE accredited, slide-video programs will address a number of practice-changing advancements anticipated in the coming year.
Today’s Myeloma Practitioner
An exciting interview series with expert practitioners discussing real-world practice considerations, challenges, and breakthroughs faced every day in their institutions. These must-see discussions are invaluable for finding out what is going on in national institutions and how it can be applied to your community practice.
A series of downloadable tools and resources that can be used in your everyday practice that will provide for increased accuracy, consistency, and confidence in practice.
Expert practitioners provide brief answers to frequently asked questions related to the specific topics.
What expert practitioners are saying about the ManagingMyeloma.com new initiative…
“This program design will allow us to provide the most current practice information available, accompanied by the tools that will make a difference for clinicians in their practice, and we urge community health care providers to visit Managing Myeloma often and use this and the other valuable tools unique to this online resource.”
–Sergio Giralt, MD, Chief Attending Physician of the Adult Bone Marrow Transplantation Service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
“Through our experience with the highly successful series of live, regional Mastery of Myeloma meetings, we have really honed in on the issues that are important to today’s multiple myeloma practitioners; the community will definitely find this a most valuable program.”
–Edward Stadtmauer, MD, Director, Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Program, Co-Leader, Hematologic Malignancies Program, Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania