Faculty Documentation

Faculty Documentation

Faculty Information

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Program Information

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Proposed Learning Objectives

After participating in this activity, learners will be better able to:

  • Understand the current classification system of the lymphoma
  • Discuss updated data on novel agents and therapeutic approaches for patients with aggressive
  • Discuss current standard of care approach in patient with newly diagnosed and relapsed refractory
    aggressive B cell lymphoma and T cell lymphoma.
  • Understand the diagnostic and management approaches in patient with uncommon presentation of
    lymphoma and CNS lymphoma.
  • Understand the disease process and treatment strategies in patients with Hodgkin Lymphoma.
  • Identify the unmet need and upcoming strategies in elderly patients with lymphoma.
  • Understand the complex diagnosis paradigm and management of thrombotic microangiopathies
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Faculty Guidelines:

  • Present current and clinically relevant information to meet the stated objectives.
  • Provide a balanced view of the topic area; be objective when reporting research; and disclose unlabeled use of drugs/products where applicable.
  • Discuss the safety and adverse effects of drugs/products presented.
  • Inform myMedEd if you anticipate new applications or changes to the FDA status of a presented product, which may impact the planned content during the course approval period.
  • Include case studies where applicable.
  • Support assertions and clinical studies with references where applicable.
  • Faculty members are responsible for accuracy and completeness of references as well as obtaining permission to reproduce any copyrighted materials. Provide copies of correspondence granting permission.
  • myMedEd will notify faculty of the program deadline(s). The content requested must be received on or before the deadline date given.