Virtual Lymphoma Management Course 2022

Our popular Lymphoma Management Course will return virtually for a third year, and will comprise of four weekly sessions, covering many key topics essential for the effective management of lymphomas, presented by our expert faculty.

Book your place online (£60)

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Our popular Lymphoma Management Course will return virtually for a third year, and will comprise of four weekly sessions, covering many key topics essential for the effective management of lymphomas, presented by our expert faculty. The content is suitable for healthcare professionals who spend at least some of their time treating patients with lymphoma.

Whether you are a registrar looking to learn the evidence base for the diagnosis and management of lymphoma, or a consultant, specialist nurse, pharmacist or other healthcare professional looking for a valuable update to your knowledge around research and practice, this course is suitable for you.

The 4 sessions will be run through GoToWebinar, with a registration fee of £60 for all sessions. Card payment must be made online at the time of booking, as we are unable to create invoices for online events.

Book your place online (£60)

Videos of the 4 sessions will be exclusively available for delegates to view online for strictly 3 months following the course. 

This course is a collaboration between Oxford Centre of Haematology and Lymphoma Action. The course is approved by the Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) for up to 8 CPD credits, with attendance at each of the 4 weekly sessions awarding 2 credits each. Please note, official attendance certificates can only be issued to those who join at least 1 webinar live. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. 


Week 1: Aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma: Diagnostics and DLBCL 

Monday 26 September 19.00-21.15 BST

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre, Oxford

  • 19.00-19.20 - Why lymphoma is so interesting, Dr Graham Collins, Oxford
  • 19.20-19.50 - Integrated lymphoma diagnostics, Dr Cathy Burton, Leeds
  • 19.50-20.25 - Approach to the front-line management of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma, Dr Wendy Osborne, Newcastle
  • 20.25-21.00 - Relapsed Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma, Professor Andy Davies, Southampton
  • 21.00-21.15 - Panel discussion 


Week 2: Hodgkin lymphoma

Monday 3 October 19.00-21.10 BST

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre, Oxford

  • 19.00-19.30 - The front-line treatment of Hodgkin lymphoma, Dr Beth Phillips, Manchester
  • 19.30-20.00 - Management of relapsed Hodgkin lymphoma, Dr Graham Collins, Oxford
  • 20.00-20.20 - Nodular LP Hodgkin, Dr Pam McKay, Glasgow
  • 20.20-20.50 - Late effects of lymphoma treatment, Dr David Cutter, Oxford
  • 20.50-21.10 - Panel discussion


Week 3: Aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma: other entities

Monday 10 October 19.00-21.15 BST

Chair: Dr Graham Collins, Oxford

  • 19.00-19.20 - Primary CNS lymphoma, Dr Jeff Smith, Liverpool
  • 19.20-19.40 - Burkitt lymphoma, Dr Chris Fox, Nottingham
  • 19.40-20.10 - Peripheral T-cell lymphoma, Dr Kate Cwynarski, London
  • 20.10-20.35 - Immunotherapy for lymphoma – an introduction, Dr Andrea Kuhnl, London
  • 20.35-20.55 - Post-transplant Lymphoproliferative Disease, Dr Sridhar Chiganti, Birmingham
  • 20.55-21.15 - Panel discussion


Week 4: Indolent non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Monday 17 October 19.00-21.10 BST

Chair: Dr Graham Collins, Oxford

  • 19.00-19.25 - Mantle Cell lymphoma, Dr Toby Eyre, Oxford
  • 19.25-20.10 - Follicular lymphoma, Dr Jessica Okosun, London
  • 20.10-20.30 - Marginal zone lymphoma, Dr Kim Linton, Manchester
  • 20.30-20.50 - Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma/ Waldenstrom macroglobulinaemia, Dr Jaimal Kothari, Oxford
  • 20.50-21.10 - Panel discussion

Joining the webinar

These webinars are run through GoToWebinar. If you haven't used GoToWebinar before, you can read our GoToWebinar user guide. You might like to join the webinar a few minutes early to ensure you can get connected. (Some devices might require you to download the GoToWebinar app to run the webinar).

After you register on GoToWebinar you will be emailed a unique joining link, which will come from GoToWebinar directly. Please ensure you sign up using a correctly spelled email address, which you will have access to when you would like to join each webinar. If you don't receive the email with your joining link, please check your email spam box, then contact

You will also receive a reminder email one day before, and one hour before, each webinar begins.

We would like to thank the course directors:
  • Dr Graham Collins, Consultant Haematologist, Oxford University Hospitals.
  • Dr Toby Eyre, Consultant Haematologist, Oxford University Hospitals. 
We would also like to thank the members of our steering group who gave their time to review the course content:
  • Dr Wendy Osborne, Consultant Haematologist, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle.
  • Dr Kate Cwynarski, Consultant Haematologist, University College London Hospital.