MORRISVILLE, Pa., Oct. 15 -- Managing Myeloma (www.ManagingMyeloma.com), an accredited educational initiativefor multidisciplinary professionals, announces the launch of a series of regional continuing education activities to be held through October and November in five western states. These activities are live, interactive events that allow participants the
Clinicians confront many challenges in effectively tailoring treatment for individual patients with multiple myeloma. These training sessions bring community practitioners and specialists together to specifically address these myeloma management issues in a “grand-rounds” style interactive environment. All meetings take place on Saturday from 7:30 am – 1:00 pm and include breakfast and lunch.
Dates and Locations
For more information and to register, contact MediCom project coordinator Lisa Hanes at [email protected] or 800-408-4242, ext.128.
About MediCom Worldwide
MediCom Worldwide is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education as a provider of continuing medical education for physicians; is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education to provide pharmacy continuing education; and is approved by the California State Board of Registered Nursing to provide nursing continuing education.
Managing Myeloma is one of three multiple award-winning integrated educational initiatives developed and managed by MediCom Worldwide, Inc. Like the myeloma site, the Migraine Resource Network and Emerging Solutions in Pain websites are also repositories of both educational and practical resources that support multidisciplinary communities of practitioners in their respective therapeutic categories.
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