Welcome to the Managing Myeloma Education Center! Here, in one convenient location, you’ll find an ever-growing compendium of accredited activities that focus on the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of multiple myeloma. Each of these activities highlights clinically relevant, timely and accurate scientific information, designed to support you in your search for additional education and improved patient care.
- Accredited E-Newsletter Series
A monthly text based activity focusing on one specific topic or clinical question relevant to the treatment and care of patients with multiple myeloma.
- Annual Meeting Highlights
World renowned faculty provide concise summaries and new data from major annual oncology conferences to provide insight on how this new information will impact your daily practice.
- ASCO 2013: Emerging Immunotherapies
Drs. Sagar Lonial and Kenneth Anderson discuss various monoclonal antibody-based immunotherapeutics currently undergoing clinical investigation for the treatment of multiple myeloma as well as investigatory approaches to overcoming immune tolerance to better harness the patient’s own immune system to fight this hematologic malignancy.
- Case Series – How Would You Treat This Patient?
A case discussion focusing on a patient presentation that represents real-world complexities, including patients with comorbidities that may impact therapeutic decisions, risk factors that should guide treatment choices or patients with relapsed or refractory disease.
- Clinical Briefs in Multiple Myeloma
The Clinical Briefs in Multiple Myeloma series is designed so that oncology physicians and pharmacists who treat this disease can remain current with the essentials that are recommended in the most current practice guidelines and recommendations, and do so quickly, with the evidence to support particular management strategies.
- Clinical Dialogues™ in Multiple Myeloma
A text-based discussion between a physician, nurse and pharmacist focusing on a specific clinical question and/or controversy relative to new advances in care and treatment of patients with multiple myeloma, and on the individual roles of the multidisciplinary team members concerning that question or controversy.
- Multidisciplinary Practice Series
Discussions between members of the multidisciplinary team (physician, nurse, pharmacist) focusing on specific aspects of multiple myeloma and how that impacts each team member and ultimately patient care. This series also explores the difference in treatment options among the various institutions represented.
- Nurse Specific CE
In the past decade, the treatment landscape for multiple myeloma (MM) has significantly improved with the introduction of several novel treatment regimens. Oncology nurses are constantly challenged to stay up-to-date with these recent advances in the management of MM. The ManagingMyeloma.com CNE Case Series will provide guidance on optimal disease management strategies in myeloma using clinical case scenarios.
- Practice Essentials
Vignettes that focus on a specific clinical question and/or controversy relative to new advances in the care and treatment of patients with multiple myeloma from both physician and nurse perspectives.
- Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Myeloma in the Primary Care Setting
Clinical experts address common symptoms, assessing and diagnosing patients with multiple myeloma in the primary care setting.
- Risk Stratification Strategies Series
Managing Myeloma Risk Stratification Strategies for Multiple Myeloma Series
In this important two-part series, leading clinical experts in myeloma, Dr. Sagar Lonial and Dr. Noopur Raje, provide insight and practical guidance for risk stratifying high-risk myeloma patients.
- Shifting Paradigms e-Monograph
This accredited e-monograph summarizes key proceedings from a live symposium originally held at the 20th Congress of the European Hematology Association in Vienna, Austria.
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