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DIABESITY DIALOGUES: Patient Perspectives for PCPs - Tackling the Treatment Paradigms of Obesity, T2D, and Other Metabolic Disorders
There is an urgent need for effective intervention by healthcare professionals (HCPs) to address the twin epidemics of Type 2 diabetes (T2D) and obesity. Tune into the Diabesity Dialogues vodcast, where renowned physicians, Dr. Robert Kushner, MD, and Dr. Jamy Ard, MD, provide valuable insights on treatment initiation, intensification, and the effective management of diabesity in the presence of other comorbidities. Hear how our esteemed hosts harness the power of social media and discuss the latest information on GLP-1 receptor agonists (RA) and dual GIP/GLP-1 RAs and dispel potential misinformation. In this special feature, tune into patient voices from social media and learn practical tips to enhance patient-centered care and be at the forefront of transformative practices. Don’t miss this opportunity to join this cutting-edge conversation.
Build Your Own Case Study | Redefining MASLD/MASH Care: Personalized Strategies for Assessment, Diagnosis and Management
Health Care Providers (HCPs) in the endocrinology specialty setting are challenged to be knowledgeable of the pathophysiology of MASLD (metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease) and MASH (metabolic dysfunction-associated steatohepatitis) and its associated risk factors, as well as feel confident around how and when to order noninvasive diagnostic tests to prevent the emergence of more severe complications and stay on top of current guidelines and emerging treatment options.
Checkpoint Conversations: Integrating Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Hodgkin Lymphoma
In this fourth episode, “Checkpoint Conversations: Integrating Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Hodgkin Lymphoma,” from the 4-part series Med Table Talk, “The Power of the Community: Translating Innovations into Care in NHL and HL,” join expert faculty as they discuss the benefit of immune checkpoint inhibition for the treatment of HL in patients with relapsed/refractory disease. Discussions will also circulate around how interdisciplinary teams can assist with coordination of patient care, including clinical trials and access to appropriate treatment for those in underrepresented communities.
Time Well Spent: Treating Obesity and Diabetes
Community Collective: Time Well Spent – Navigating the Challenges of Treating Obesity and Diabetes is an educational curriculum designed for rural primary care clinicians to enhance outcomes for individuals with obesity through improved diagnosis and use of therapy options to treat type 2 diabetes (T2D).
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.
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!
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.
The Evolution of HCT, Part 2: Eligibility
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 2 in a 5-part series, covering advances that have expanded eligibility for HCT and considerations for who is a candidate.
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.
Build Your Own Case Study | From Evidence to Practice: Enhancing T2D Outcomes with Informed Approaches on Obesity
The tie between type 2 diabetes (T2D) and overweight/obesity is a significant global public health issue, supported by decades of extensive research. Despite formal clinical guidelines recommendations in addressing both diseases, the initiation or intensification of therapies that improve glycemic control and achieve weight reduction targets are slowly adopted into clinical practice, particularly for patients with T2D. Given the overlap of these two conditions, it is imperative that healthcare providers worldwide align clinical practice with evidence-based guidelines and the latest clinical findings using newer agents to treat both diseases.
Advances in Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Care: Navigating New and Emerging Treatments
In this first episode, “Making the Right Selection: Expert Guidance on Treatment Sequencing of T-cell Mediated Therapies,” from the 4-part series Med Table Talk, “The Power of the Community: Translating Innovations into Care in NHL and HL,” learn from expert faculty about unmet needs for patients with NHL based on an understanding of disease- and patient-related characteristics. Additionally, learn how to best assess eligible patients among new and emerging CAR T-cell and bispecific antibody therapies. Expert faculty will also discuss both the mechanisms of action of CAR T-cell and bispecific antibodies. This episode will conclude with a patient case study, which will consist of a dialogue between faculty.
Effective Strategies for Shared Decision-Making in T2D Care
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.
Making the Right Selection: Expert Guidance on Treatment Sequencing of T-cell Mediated Therapies
In this second episode, “Making the Right Selection: Expert Guidance on Treatment Sequencing of T-cell Mediated Therapies,” from the 4-part series Med Table Talk, “The Power of the Community: Translating Innovations into Care in NHL and HL,” learn from expert faculty on how to select CAR T-cell and bispecific antibody treatment regimens for NHL according to the latest clinical evidence including safety and efficacy data in accordance with clinical guidelines. Additionally, expert faculty will discuss how to best identify patients who are candidates for CAR T-cell or bispecific antibody therapies as well as how to evaluate the potential of bridging therapy in patients awaiting CAR T-cell therapy. Finally, expert faculty will review treatment-related toxicities with strategies and educational tools that can be used to prevent, monitor, and manage adverse events. This episode will conclude with a discussion between expert faculty and a special guest, Caitlin Murphy, DNP.
Breathing Easy: Conquering Obstructive Sleep Apnea for Better Health - The Interconnection of OSA and Disease-related Complications
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a prevalent but often underestimated sleep disorder with significant implications for the health and well-being of individuals in the United States. Despite its impact on chronic diseases and healthcare costs, OSA remains underdiagnosed, leading to untreated sleep apnea and its consequences. With emerging strategies for OSA treatment, it’s crucial for healthcare providers to stay informed about the latest clinical evidence shaping the treatment landscape.
Build Your Own Case Study | Obesity: Treating the Whole Patient
Obesity is a chronic, progressive, relapsing disease that impacts health and quality of life. In individuals with obesity, there are many contributors to its development and persistence, including lifestyle, social, and economic factors. If left untreated, obesity can be a primary driver of serious health consequences. By treating obesity first, complications arising from obesity may improve or resolve. Given the severity of the disease, there is a need for clinicians in primary and specialty care settings to diagnose and treat obesity so that patients can receive the most appropriate treatment and care. Evidence-based treatment options, including anti-obesity medications, are emerging for adults and children. In this immersive virtual Build Your Own Case Study | Obesity: Treating the Whole Patient, navigate through your toughest clinical challenges while leading experts reinforce essential topics, such as: Medical consequences and comorbidities of obesity Application of adiposity measures, including BMI and waist circumference Latest clinical evidence of new and emerging anti-obesity medications Best practices in shared decision-making and starting the conversation with your patients
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).
The Evolution of HCT, Part 4: Addressing Barriers
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 4 in a 5-part series, examining major barriers to HCT and ways to overcome them.
Breathing Easy: Conquering Obstructive Sleep Apnea for Better Health - Improving Collaboration Amongst Multidisciplinary Teams to Tackle OSA
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a prevalent but often underestimated sleep disorder with significant implications for the health and well-being of individuals in the United States. Despite its impact on chronic diseases and healthcare costs, OSA remains underdiagnosed, leading to untreated sleep apnea and its consequences. With emerging strategies for OSA treatment, it’s crucial for healthcare providers to stay informed about the latest clinical evidence shaping the treatment landscape.
New Horizons in Multiple Myeloma Treatment: The Promise of CAR-T for Early Relapsed Disease
Despite remarkable progress, significant gaps remain in meeting the needs of patients facing relapse in multiple myeloma, particularly among patients with early relapse or triple-class exposed disease. Join us for a groundbreaking Special Edition Med Table Talk episode where we delve into the latest advancements in the treatment of relapsed multiple myeloma (RRMM).  This candid conversation between esteemed faculty experts discusses the latest clinical evidence and rationale for CAR T-cell therapy in early versus late relapse settings and embraces a future pathway where highly effective treatments may be delivered earlier to support increasingly durable responses for complex patient populations.
Keeping Up with CAR T-cell Therapy: A Case-based Challenge of CART in NHL + MM
Nurses are often at the front lines of clinical care and as such, are perfectly positioned to bridge the gap between evolving clinical evidence and patient-centered care in Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL) and Multiple Myeloma (MM). This dynamic educational activity will equip nursing professionals with the critical skills to integrate the latest advancements in CAR T-cell therapy into practice, ensuring alignment with NCCN guidelines and patient preferences. Through interactive case studies and expert-led discussions, you’ll be empowered to manage complex treatment scenarios, deliver comprehensive patient education, and navigate even the trickiest treatment-related challenges.
Understanding the Impact of Weight on T2D Outcomes
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.
Bridging the Gap to Reach Treatment Goals in DLBCL
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which typically occurs in patients over the age of 60 years. While chemoimmunotherapy (R-CHOP) has been considered the first line treatment option, approximately 40% of patient with DLBCL will fail to respond and experience a relapse. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (AHCT) has been used as treatment for patients who experience a relapse; however, many patients are ineligible for the procedure due to age, comorbidities, or resistance to second-line chemoimmunotherapy. Novel treatment options have thus been introduced to the treatment landscape of DLBCL, including chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy (CAR T) with trial results displaying sustained remissions for relapsed patients. Because the options for treatment of DLBCL have changed rapidly, it is important for treating physicians to be aware of the options that are available as well as assist them in overcoming barriers that may impact their treatment. Join us for this educational Med Table Talk® LIVE on Bridging the Gap to Reach Treatment Goals in DLBCL as our experts have a candid conversation about the available treatment options for DLBCL, how cellular therapists and community physicians must communicate to ensure adequate care between referring and treating physicians, and how to recognize and address common treatment barriers. This taped satellite symposium was derived from the 2023 Tandem Meetings | Transplantation & Cellular Therapy Meetings of ASTCTTM and CIBMTR® on February 18, 2023.
The Evolution of HCT, Part 5: Shared Care
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 5 in a 5-part series, exploring how shared and coordinated care between transplant centers and hematology/oncology practices can help overcome barriers to HCT and improve patient outcomes and experience.
The Evolution of HCT, Part 1: Basics and Outcomes
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 1 in a 5-part series, including the series introduction, basics of HCT, and major advances in HCT outcomes over time.
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