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​Veno Occlusive Disease (VOD) Learning Programme To view these modules correctly, please download all files to the same folder location and open. These slides are designed to be viewed on a Windows computer. If viewed on a tablet or mobile device, some links and content may not display as intended. 

Introduction  – click here for introduction and instructions – please read me!
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Module 1
Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation

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Module 2
Pathophysiology of VOD 

 
 
 


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Module 3
Diagnosis of VOD
 

 
 
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Module 4
Assessment and 
management of VOD
 



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Module 5
VOD case studies



 
 
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Increase awareness and vigilance for VOD in your hospital with this downloadable ward poster



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A one-stop guide to VOD, including assessment, diagnosis and risk factors​

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Developed indpendently by the EBMT Nurses Group with support from Jazz Pharmaceuticals via an educational grant. 

Questions and Answers about VOD​ 
At the EBMT 42nd Annual Meeting in Valencia, a sponsored Nurses Group satellite symposium named "VOD: Risk assessment, Identification and Response" was held. The audience submitted some questions and these have been answered by the faculty after the symposium. To view the Q&As, please click on this link.


PNH Learning Programme

Paroxysmal Nocturnal Haemaglobinuria (PNH)​
 
 
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Lymphoma Learning Programme

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You must register to get your personal download link for the Lymphoma Programme. The download is free of charge: this registration will not generate any costs for you! Please click on the link below:

http://www.ebmt-swiss-ng.org/lymphoma-programme.html

 

Learning programme on Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP)



Modules

MODULE 1: OVERVIEW OF IMMUNE THROMBOCYTOPENIA

MODULE 2: IDENTIFYING ITP

MODULE 3: MANAGING PATIENTS WITH ITP

MODULE 4: PAEDIATRIC ITP PATIENTS

MODULE 5: PATIENT CONSIDERATIONS

MODULE 6: QUALITY OF LIFE

CASE STUDIES

 

Click on the links below to download the materials:

The ITP Learning Programme was made possible by an educational grant from Amgen Europe.

 

CML learning programme 

Click on the links below to download the materials.

Introduction to the CML Learning Programme

 

Modules / topics: 

1. Module1: Understanding Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML)

2. Module 2: CML treatments

3. Module 3: Managing TKI treatments and special CML populations

4. Module 4: Support patients living with CML

 

Case:

There are 3 case presentations in the toolkit that can be used as the basis for discussions around clinical, diagnostic and patient care issues.

1. Transplant as therapeutic option

2. CML chronic phase

3. Palliative CML care

 

Course evaluation form

 

Presentations

 > MDS foundation presentation entitled "Current Strategies for the Management of Myelodysplastic Syndromes"

>slide sets first presented at the EBMT 2012 Annual Congress in Geneva. Click on the screen shots to select and view the presentations.

 
​Haematopoietic Stem Cell Mobilisation and Apheresis. Module 1 ​Haematopoietic Stem Cell Mobilisation and Apheresis. Module 2 ​Current Strategies for the Management of Myelodysplasic Syndromes

 
 


 
 

 
Actual practice and new challenges

 

 

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