Navigating the pathway of lymphoma and leukaemia - supporting you to self-manage your condition

There are various stages in an individual's experience of lymphoma and leukaemia that present as changes and challenges. Join us as we discuss when these stages may occur, look at the impact they can have, and share coping strategies to help.

When you register to attend you will have the opportunity to submit two questions to our panel.

Please note: this is a live online webinar, run through GoToWebinar.

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We will be joined on the webinar by our guest panel of individuals with lived experience, and healthcare professionals who work closely to support people with lymphoma and leukaemia.

This webinar is free to attend.

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Guest panel - healthcare professionals

Dr Dr Prem MahendraPrem Mahendra, Consultant Haemato-Oncologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Mahendra’s areas of clinical interests are care of patients with leukaemia, myeloma and lymphoma and those undergoing autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation. She set up the bone marrow transplant services in her hospital, which is now one of the largest bone marrow transplant centres in the UK, performing over 220 transplants per year.

She has a passionate desire to provide an excellent and prompt clinical service and instils this ethos in the several junior doctors who have trained and continue to train under her.

Barbara von BarsewischBarbara von Barsewisch, Haematology Clinical Nurse Specialist, North Middlesex University Hospital

Barbara has a particular interest in lymphomas and chronic leukaemias. She works with patients and their families from the time of diagnosis, through the treatment phase and beyond. 

Barbara is particularly interested in helping all those affected to cope with, and integrate the emotional and physical impact of a cancer diagnosis. She guides patients through complicated treatment schedules, interpreting what is happening and what may be expected. By assessing their needs she is able to guide them along the often complicated paths of the health system.