Thursday, October 26 – Saturday, October 28th 2017
Location: Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, WA
Download the course brochure for more information on the course.
This 2.5 day program will provide clinical education for NPs, PAs, fellows and junior faculty caring for blood and marrow transplant patients. At the end of the course, attendees will leave with a comprehensive syllabus, a self-assessment, and a deeper understanding of the diagnostic evaluation and therapeutic treatments for acute and chronic complications of blood and marrow transplantation.
Upon completion of this activity, attendees should be able to:
- Describe the diagnostic evaluation, and therapeutic modalities available for common acute complications of post blood and marrow transplant patients.
- Describe the diagnostic evaluation, and therapeutic modalities available for chronic complications of blood and marrow transplant patients.
- Apply guideline-based treatments into clinical practice while personalizing care appropriately for the patient.
- Apply new therapeutic and diagnostic approaches into clinical practice as appropriate.
Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, fellows and other providers with a hematology/oncology focus who desire a review and update in current standards for hematopoietic cell transplant patients.