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Weight Management as a Treatment for T2D: Novel Pharmacological Approaches
Healthcare providers (HCPs) encounter significant challenges when treating patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D). HCPs should be cognizant of when to change or intensify treatment and be aware of options that are non-optimal. As such, HCPs need to be equipped with current professional guidelines, the latest clinical evidence on new and emerging therapies for T2D, and strategies for engaging patients in shared decision-making to effectively prioritize weight management and promote comprehensive T2D care.
The Evolution of HCT, Part 3: Donor Availability
Community hematology/oncology practices play a critical role to expand patient access to hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) and improve patient outcomes. This self-guided online training course series consists of five courses designed to present the current state of the science for Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) by following the evolution of HCT over time. The series is broken down into major misperceptions or myths about HCT and cellular therapy that are not supported by current research and clinical practice. This is Part 3 in a 5-part series, covering advances in donor availability that have led to expanded access to HCT over time.
Setting Up Patients for HCT and Cell Therapy Success
This self-guided course provides practical recommendations and guidance on what hematology/oncology practices can do to improve patient experience and outcomes before their patient reaches a transplant center for consultation for Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT).
Pacing the Continuum of Follicular Lymphoma: Integrating Prognostic Tools and Novel Treatment Approaches
New and emerging advancements in the treatment of follicular lymphoma (FL) are on the horizon. Are you and your clinical teams up for the challenge of testing your skill in applying the latest clinical evidence to these groundbreaking therapies? This independent satellite symposium is an engaging learning experience, where you’ll have the chance to compete against your colleagues in complex clinical cases of follicular lymphoma.
Integrating Novel Therapies in Hemophilia in the Midst of Bridging Health Inequities
As the treatment armamentarium for patients with hemophilia continues to expand, there is an urgent need for healthcare providers to stay up-to-date on the latest advances so that they are prepared to integrate them into clinical practice. To bridge this gap, this interactive educational activity will provide a review of the science surrounding new and emerging hemophilia treatments and their mechanisms of action; recent safety and efficacy data from key clinical trials; and novel dosing strategies to mitigate adverse events. Engaging case-based discussions and insights on addressing common patient barriers and clinical challenges will be explored by expert faculty, including a guest spotlight offering the early perspective.  Thus, this educational initiative is designed to equip providers with the necessary tools to effectively navigate new and novel therapies, overcome patient-level barriers, and optimize adherence for improved patient outcomes.
Improving Survival in First-Line Metastatic NSCLC with Dual Checkpoint Blockade: Exploring Recent Data and Treatment Strategies / Activity 1
This educational initiative is designed for community-based oncology clinicians (physicians, nurse practitioners [NPs], physician assistants [PAs], pharmacists, and nurses) to enhance outcomes for individuals with who provide care for individuals with mNSCLC. This interactive online activity uses the game-based platform Kahoot! to test participant ability to identify and apply key learning points while competing against their colleagues. Expert faculty will discuss the emerging efficacy and safety data for CTLA-4 inhibitor combination regimens in metastatic NSCLC (mNSCLC) and explore strategies to identify patients who would most benefit from these therapies through the use of biomarkers. Additionally, there will be an in-depth discussion regarding approaches to effectively collaborate with other clinicians and mNSCLC patients to provide cost-effective, equitable, and inclusive care for patients of all socioeconomic and racial/ethnic backgrounds. Join us for Part 2 of this question and answer based educational activity, Improving Survival in First-line Metastatic NSCLC with Dual Checkpoint Blockade: Real-world Applications in Clinical Practice to apply the evidence to real-world patient cases!
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