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Nurses Group Education

The EBMT Nurses Group firmly believes that by investing more in research and education together with other EBMT Working Parties and Committees, care for patients can be improved. This forms the basis of the group’s primary objectives. Furthermore, the Board has taken the initiative to get more involved in the Educational Committee in order to work on combined education and contribute to the EBMT Handbook.

Our educational projects have included work on Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP), Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML), Adherence and Compliance in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL), and Bone Health in Multiple Myeloma (MM), among others.

Learning Programmes

The EBMT Nurses Group has developed a number of Learning Programmes on topics such as Immune Thrombocytopenia and CML that can be downloaded as modules and studied at your leisure as E-learning programmes. Click on each to learn more and gain access to the materials.

Web Learning

A number of the presentations from past events can be accessed online through various E-Materials platforms. Visit the links to the event that interests you.

The EBMT Nurses Group publishes The EBMT Nurses' Textbook, the first book written for and by nurses working in the HSCT field.

Other Educational Material

The Nursing Group has created and amassed a substantial amount of information useful to patients and practitioners. These guides, videos, documents and presentations have been gathered in our document center and can be searched with filters by document type or event.

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