Lymphoma Management Course

Book today to get access to video recordings of previous webinars (available until 1st February 2022).

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Our popular Lymphoma Management Course has returned virtually for a second year, and will comprise of five weekly sessions, covering many key topics to do with the management of lymphomas, presented by expert faculty. The content is suitable for healthcare professionals who spend at least some of their time treating patients with lymphoma. This can be trainees, consultants, specialist nurses, or pharmacists.

Book today to get access to video recordings of previous webinars. Videos available online until 1st February 2022.

This course is a collaboration between Oxford Centre of Haematology and Lymphoma Action, and is approved by the Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) for up to 9 CPD credits. The first 4 weekly sessions award 2 credits each, and the optional fifth session awards 1 credit. Please note, RCPath will only issue official certificates to those who join at least 1 webinar live. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. 

Week 1 (4 October 19.00 - 21.05 GMT) Introduction and diagnostics

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre

  • Why lymphoma is so interesting – Dr Graham Collins, Oxford

  • Integrated lymphoma diagnostics – Dr Cathy Burton, Leeds

  • The role of PET imaging in lymphoma – Dr Manil Subesinghe, London

  • Question and answer session for the whole panel

Week 2 (11 October 19.00 - 21.10 GMT) Hodgkin lymphoma

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre

  • An introduction to Hodgkin lymphoma – Dr Graham Collins, Oxford

  • The front line treatment of Hodgkin lymphoma – Dr George Follows, Cambridge

  • Management of relapsed Hodgkin lymphoma – Dr Rifca LeDieu, London

  • Nodular LP Hodgkin lymphoma – Dr Pam McKay, Glasgow

  • Question and answer session for the whole panel

Week 3 (18 October 19.00 - 21.15 GMT) Aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Chair: Dr Graham Collins

  • Front-line management of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma – Dr Wendy Osborne, Newcastle

  • Relapsed diffuse large B-cell lymphoma – Professor Andy Davies, Southampton

  • Burkitt lymphoma – Dr Chris Fox, Nottingham

  • Peripheral T-cell lymphoma – Dr Kate Cwynarski, London

  • Question and answer session for the whole panel

Week 4 (25 October 19.00 - 21.10 GMT) Indolent non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Chair: Dr Graham Collins

  • Mantle Cell Lymphoma – Dr Toby Eyre, Oxford

  • Follicular Lymphoma – Dr Fiona Miall, Leicester

  • Marginal zone lymphoma – Dr Kim Linton, Manchester

  • Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma/ Waldenstroms macroglobulinemia – Dr Jaimal Kothari, Oxford

  • Question and answer session for the whole panel

Week 5 (1 November 19.00 - 20.00 GMT) Interactive case discussions (FULLY BOOKED)

Faculty: Cathy Burton, Graham Collins, Andy Davies, Toby Eyre, Chris Fox, Jaimal Kothari, Rifca LeDieu, Kim Linton, Pam McKay, Wendy Osborne, Kate Cwynarski, George Follows.

Members of the faculty will present a case for discussion within small groups.

Please note, the interactive case studies session on 1st November is now full to capacity, with places allocated on a first come first served basis. This session cannot be recorded, and will not be available to view on this page retrospectively. 

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