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Nurses Webinars

EBMT and LABMT are collaborating in offering live webinars for nurses, hosted by experts for both societies members. 

The objective of these webinars is to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to guarantee quality care to those patients who receive a hematopoietic progenitor transplant.

All the live webinars will be hosted in Spanish. After the session, a Webinar e-course will be available on the EBMT e-learning platform. When all the talks are aired and uploaded, the attendees will have the opportunity to take an exam. The fact of having chosen 10 hours of training is not arbitrary since it is the number of hours of annual training recommended in the JACIE standards.

In this course, the webinar’s content will be translated into English.

EBMT and LABMT will provide a certificate to those attendees who pass the exam. 

Upcoming webinars from EBMT

Venous access: central venous catheters


Register now to this live webinar on 13 August, from 17:00 to 18:00 CEST, click HERE and complete the webform.
This webinar will be hosted in Spanish.

The sixth live webinar will be hosted by Maika García and Silvana Matilde Jubin Vettorello. They will speak on the subject of “Venous access: central venous catheters”.

The topics will be:

  • Define long-term central venous catheter
  • Describe the use of central venous catheters in hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and its implication in different procedures.
  • Discuss the different activities related to the care of central venous catheters
  • Support the importance of having standardized processes for activities related to central venous catheters
  • Provide recommendations that promote the well-being and safety of the patient

After the live webinar, there will be 10 minutes for questions from the audience.

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Past webinars

Care of immunocompromised patients: neutropenia and febrile neutropenia

The fifth live webinar took place on 16 July and was hosted by Paola Viveros Lamas. She spoke on the subject of “Care of immunocompromised patients: Neutropenia and febrile neutropenia”.

The topics were:

  • Describe general aspects of neutropenia
  • Define neutropenia and febrile neutropenia
  • Name the main characteristics of neutropenia and febrile neutropenia
  • Recognize the classification criteria for neutropenia and febrile neutropenia
  • Describe the management of febrile neutropenia
  • Explain nursing care in patients with febrile neutropenia
  • Analyze the considerations in patients undergoing HSCT

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Administration of cellular therapy products

The fourth live webinar took place on 19 June and was hosted by Lucía Vázquez. She spoke on the subject of “Administration of cellular therapy products”.

The topics were:

  • Train nurses to safely infuse the cellular component during HSCT
  • Identify adverse reactions during HSCI
  • Prevent, identify, minimize or intervene in possible events or complications that may occur during the administration of HSCI
  • Registry everything observed during HSCT

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Management of chemotherapy: preparative regimens, administration and principles

The third webinar took place on 29 May and was hosted by Patricia Pérez Vargas. She spoke on the subject of “Management of chemotherapy: preparative regimens, administration, and principles”.

The main topic was:

  • Identify a work system that integrates both the safety of operators, drugs, the environment, and fundamentally patient safety.

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Overview of cellular therapy process. Donor selection

The second webinar took place on 30 April and was hosted by Julia Ruiz. She spoke on the subject of “Overview of cellular therapy process. Donor selection”.

The topics presented were:

  • Description of the transplant process of hemopoietic progenitors 
  • Transplant coordinator
  • Types of transplant
  • Description of the different sources of progenitors
  • Donor selection and cares

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Quality Management and FACT-JACIE Accreditation. Role of the Nurse Coordinator

The first webinar took place on 2 April and was hosted by Eugenia Trigoso. She spoke on the subject of “Role of the Nurse Coordinator: Quality Management and FACT-JACIE Accreditation”. 

The topics presented were:

  • Establishment and implementation of a quality system.
  • Description and impact of the JACIE accreditation in Hematopoietic Progenitors of the Transplant Unit.
  • Ensure the necessary knowledge and skills to guarantee quality care to those patients receiving progenitors transplants.
  • Description of the Nurse Coordinator Role.

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