Virtual Lymphoma Management Course

This year, due to the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision to run our 7th annual Lymphoma Management course as a virtual event. The first of its kind, the course will consist of 4 weekly on-line meetings, featuring lymphoma specific presentations from a faculty of eminent UK specialists.

A unique opportunity to attend Lymphoma Actions flagship Lymphoma Management course, presented for the first time a series of online webinars.

Tickets are £50 for this one year only, so don’t miss your chance to experience a taste of one of the best lymphoma courses the UK has to offer for an exclusive price, and from the convenience of your own home or workplace. Spread the word to your colleagues from all over the UK and abroad, we anticipate that the course will fill quickly!

If you have considered attending our Lymphoma Management Course in previous years, but been unable to secure funding to cover your travel, hotel and course registration, this is the ideal opportunity to join the course.


How will this work?

The 2020 Lymphoma Management Course will consist of 4 weekly on-line meetings for Medics, Nurses, Pharmacists and other Healthcare Professionals with an interest in lymphoma.

The meetings will be run online using GoToWebinar. Registration costs £50 per person and includes:

  • access to join all 4 live webinars
  • access to video recordings of each live webinar.

Bookings will be made online through EventBrite and payment must be made online at the time of booking. We will not create invoices for this event. When you complete your EventBrite registration, you will receive an email with the information you need to join all 4 GoToWebinar meetings.


Booking will open in the next couple of weeks - get an alert when booking opens.


Week 1 (21st September 19.00-21.00): Introduction and diagnostics

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre

• Why Lymphoma is so Interesting (19.00-19.30)
Dr Graham Collins (Oxford)

• Integrated Lymphoma Diagnostics (19.30-20.10)
Dr Cathy Burton (Leeds) 

• The role of PET imaging in lymphoma (20.10-20.40)
Dr Manil Subesinghe (London)

Question and answer session for the whole panel (20.40-21.00)

 

Week 2 (28th September 19.00-21.00): Hodgkin lymphoma

Chair: Dr Toby Eyre

• An introduction to Hodgkin Lymphoma (19.00-19.25)
Dr Graham Collins (Oxford)

• The front line treatment of Hodgkin Lymphoma (19.25-20.05)
Speaker TBC

• Management of relapsed Hodgkin Lymphoma (20.05-20.35)
Dr Rifca LeDieu (Barts) 

Question and answer session for the whole panel (20.35-21.00)

 

Week 3 (5th October 19.00-21.15): Aggressive non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Chair: Dr Graham Collins

• Approach to the front-line management of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma (19.00-19.30)
Dr Wendy Osbourne (Newcastle) 

• Relapsed Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma (19.30-20.00)
Professor Andy Davies (Southampton) 

• Burkitt Lymphoma (20.00-20.25)
Dr Chris Fox (Nottingham) 

• Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma (20.25-20.55)
Dr Matthew Ahearne (Leicester) 

Question and answer session for the whole panel (20.55-21.15)

 

Week 4 (12th October 19.00-21.00): Indolent non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Chair: Dr Graham Collins

• Mantle Cell Lymphoma (19.00-19.25)
Dr Toby Eyre (Oxford)

• Follicular Lymphoma (19.25-20.10)
Dr Fiona Miall (Leicester) 

• Lymphoplasmacytic and marginal zone lymphoma (20.10-20.40)
 Dr Kim Linton (Manchester) 

Question and answer session for the whole panel (20.40-21.00)