National charity the Lymphoma Association is this June hosting a Lymphoma Management course in Oxford.
Lymphoma Management, Keble College Oxford, 26-27 June 2017
This intensive two-day course is aimed at consultants, specialty doctors and specialist trainees and provides a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis, treatment and management of lymphoma. For trainees it is ideal preparation for professional exams and for consultants it is a valuable addition to your CME portfolio.
The course has been endorsed by the British Society for Haematology and accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists for 12 study hours.
The programme covers:
- The principles underpinning the pathophysiology and diagnosis of lymphomas.
- The evidence base for current treatment modalities including a detailed review of the role of radiotherapy, chemotherapy regimens and immunochemotherapy in specific lymphoma subtypes.
- Case-based small discussion groups will be used to explore common diagnostic and therapeutic controversies.
The speaker faculty includes some of the UK’s leading lymphoma specialists; and there will be opportunities to ask questions and share best practice. Videos from last year’s course can be viewed on the Lymphoma Association website at www.lymphomas.org.uk/keble
For more information or to book a place, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Delegates booking before 21 April will save £100 on the course fee
Notes to editors:
- To arrange an interview with a Lymphoma Association representative, please contact Erika Murigi on 01296 619418 or email@example.com
About the Lymphoma Association
Founded by patients in 1986, the Lymphoma Association is a UK charity dedicated to providing specialist medical information and support to people affected by lymphatic cancer including families, friends and carers.
Every year, more than 19,000 new cases of lymphoma are identified in the UK alone, making it the 5th most common cancer diagnosed by clinicians. Lymphatic cancer can occur in both men and women at any age, but is most common in people over 55. It is also the most frequently diagnosed cancer in teenagers and young adults.
The services that we offer include a Freephone helpline, award-winning free patient information, a buddy scheme with telephone links to others with similar experiences, local support groups, regional patient conferences and a website featuring forums.
For further information, please contact:
Erika Murigi T: 01296 619418 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lymphoma Association, 3 Cromwell Court, New Street, Aylesbury, Bucks HP20 2GA
T: 01296 619400