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Education and training

We provide a specialist education and training programme for healthcare professionals with an interest in lymphoma. Our events feature expert speakers, updates on the latest techniques and trials, networking opportunities and CPD study hours.

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UK Cutaneous Lymphoma Group (UKCLG) Annual Meeting, 2 May

The UK Cutaneous Lymphoma Group annual meeting runs in May each year, with the aim of providing a platform for all to meet, network, learn from expert speakers, and keep up to date with developments. This year the meeting will take place in Liverpool.

The UKCLG is primarily focused on providing clinical education, support and networking for clinicians of all kinds working with this patient group, and also supporting clinical trials and working with other groups to support patients affected by these rare tumours.  Membership is open to any UK or Ireland clinician, and consists of dermatologists, oncologists, haematologists, nurse specialists, histopathologists, clinician scientists, psychologists and allied members across the multi-disciplinary team needed to effectively treat this patient group.

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CNS Masterclass, 14 July

Our well respected annual masterclass for clinical nurse specialists and other senior nursing colleagues working in the field of haemato-oncology will take place in Oxford on Sunday 14 July.

The course will provide a unique insight into the treatment and management of lymphomas and is a great opportunity to network and share best practice with other haemato-oncology nurse specialists. 

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Lymphoma Management Course, 15-16 July

Our sixth annual Lymphoma Management course is returning to Keble College Oxford, Monday 15 - Tuesday 16 July 2019. Our expert faculty of lymphoma specialists from across the UK will provide a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis, treatment and management of lymphomas. 

Completion of the course should equip participants in the following areas:
• The principles underpinning diagnostic and therapeutic modalities as applied to lymphoma in all its subtypes
• An understanding of practical considerations when prescribing immunochemotherapy and radiotherapy
• To apply the most appropriate diagnostic techniques and therapeutic interventions to individual patients with a lymphoma diagnosis
• A thorough training in material which may be covered in professional exams e.g. FRCPath

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