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This interactive, case-focused course is designed to address challenges faced by community specialists in hematology/oncology, answer your questions, and provide a focused update on current best practices in hematologic malignancies and hematology. Presentations will be case-focused, supported by a short didactic presentation with time allotted for discussion. The case studies will utilize an audience response system to facilitate learning and encourage interaction. This year, the opportunity for audience members to submit cases will be available during first panel discussions. Faculty from the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and other academic institutions will be available for small group discussion during breaks, reception, and lunch. This will be our second year offering the Hematology ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) course. Participation in this session will prepare attendees for ABIM’s online Hematology module to earn 10 MOC credits.
This event is one 2 hour CPD event that is part of the BMA London and the home counties regular (Bi-monthly) CPD series. The topics are focused on a specific condition or area of medicine and act as an update for practitioners.
This annual update course will give you the confidence to correctly diagnose, investigate and manage a wide spectrum of acute conditions in just one day. Join our expert speakers who will update you on the latest research and developments in haematology.
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