Our well respected Lymphoma Management course (part of the National Lymphoma Training Programme) returns to the University of Oxford this June.
Book before 12 noon on 30 April to save £100 on the course fee.
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.
Lectures will be delivered by our expert faculty of leading lymphoma specialists from across the UK.
Small group case study discussion sessions allow exploration of some of the current challenges and controversies in management.
For trainees the course 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.
Running the course over two days, with a course dinner and an informal evening discussion on the first day, means there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions of the faculty and to share experiences and best practice with colleagues.