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Information for Healthcare Professionals

The Lymphoma Research Foundation offers a wide range of lymphoma-focused educational activities designed to increase the knowledge, skills and performance of healthcare professionals and to maximize the quality of care for lymphoma patients.

      • In-Person Meetings for Physicians and Other Healthcare Professionals: Lymphoma Rounds
      • In-Person Meetings for Nurses: Caring for the Lymphoma Patient
      • Webcasts for Healthcare Professionals
      • Resources for Your Patients

In-Person Meetings for Physicians and Other Healthcare Professionals
Lymphoma Rounds

The Lymphoma Rounds program provides a forum for local healthcare professionals to meet on a regular basis and address issues specific to the diagnosis and treatment of their lymphoma patients. Participants network, share best practices and learn the latest information on new therapies and advances in the management of lymphoma through interactive case studies presented by lymphoma experts in the local area.

• Chicago (next program November 14, 2012)
• Los Angeles (next program February 20, 2013)
• New England (next program November 7, 2012)
• Philadelphia (next program October 17, 2012)

In-Person Meetings for Nurses
Caring for the Lymphoma Patient

LRF's in-person meetings allow nurses to learn from lymphoma experts and to network with their peers in a collaborative environment.

• Boston
• Chicago

Webcasts for Healthcare Professionals
To increase convenience, LRF offers access to webcasts of various educational events directly from our website. These programs and services are helpful resources for your patients, and valuable supplements to your current practices. The following webcasts are available for viewing:

Physicians:
Lymphoma in Young Adulthood

Nurses / Social Workers:
Caring for the Young Adult Lymphoma Patient– Accredited
Caring for Patients with Rare Lymphomas (Focus on T-cell lymphomas)– Accredited

Resources for Your Patients
LRF also provides the latest information to people with lymphoma and their loved ones through a comprehensive series of educational programs, publications and support services. These programs and services are helpful resources for your patients, and valuable supplements to your current practices.

• In-Person Patient Educational Programs
• Support Services
• Webcasts/Podcasts
• Teleconferences
• Booklets/Fact Sheets