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CE webinars

Join industry thought leaders and nationally-known speakers as they present timely topics to health care professionals around the country. Each online seminar begins at 1 p.m. ET, is approximately one hour long and is available at no charge.

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A Review of CAR T-cell Therapy in Cancer
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Oncology

Upon completion of this CE program, the audience will have an understanding of CAR-T cell treatment and how it works.  The CE program will provide information on the role of CAR-T cell therapy across the oncology landscape, including current drugs in the market and pipeline drugs.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Creating Families in the LGBTQ+ Communities Focused on Conception
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

Recognizing the expanding definition of family, this continuing education program is designed to support knowledge and discussion about the multiple avenues by which members of the LGBTQ+ community can pursue conception, including challenges to access and opportunities to break down barriers.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Nutritional Issues & Crohn's Disease
CCM (1.0), RD (1.0), RN (1.0)
Nutrition

This program reviews the potential etiologies and nutritional requirements of patients with Crohn's disease. The program covers the role of specialized nutrition support, including home nutrition support in the treatment and management of Crohn's. 

Program: 2022Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

A Seminar on Disease Background and Treatment Options for Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Oncology

Upon completion of this CE program, the audience will have a disease background on Acute Myeloid Leukemia including diagnosis, epidemiology, risk factors, and symptoms of AML.  The CE program will provide information on treatment options available to AML patients, including current drugs in the market and pipeline drugs.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Choosing Wisely: Access Device Selection in Tube Feeding
CCM (1.0), RD (1.0), RN (1.0)
Nutrition

This program will review and familiarize the audience with enteral feeding tubes. The history of feeding tube placement and types of access devices will be described, as well as an explanation of the surgical methods for percutaneous feeding tube placement. Lastly, the impact of the feeding tubes on patient outcomes and quality of life will be explored.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Infectious Complications of Blood Cell Transplantation (BCT)
CCM (1.0), CEPTC (1.0), RN (1.0)
Transplant

Infection remains a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in blood cell transplantation (BCT) recipients. This program reviews common bacterial, fungal and viral infections in blood cell transplant recipient. It also covers patient assessment, nursing interventions, and therapy options. 

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Nutrition Management of Patients with Gastroparesis
CCM (1.0), RD (1.0), RN (1.0)
Nutrition

This presentation provides an overview of the factors contributing to the development of gastroparesis and its pathophysiology. Also discussed is the disease's various drug procedural and nutrition treatments.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Infections in Oncology: Management of Febrile Neutropenia
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Anti-infectives

This program defines febrile neutropenia relating to infections in oncology, and identifies its signs and symptoms. It also reviews antibiotic treatment protocols, and discusses patient and drug considerations for home infusion therapy. 

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Transition of Nutrition Therapies from Acute Care to Home for the Pediatric Patient
CCM (1.0), RD (1.0), RN (1.0)
Nutrition

This program reviews the nuances involved in transitioning pediatric patients receiving parenteral and enteral nutrition therapies from the acute care setting to home. It covers considerations for treating pediatric malnutrition, optimizing nutrition support, access device selection options, and reviews homecare considerations to optimize insurance coverage.

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

The Journey through Diagnosis and Treatment of Narcolepsy
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

Upon completion of this CE program, the audience will have a disease background on Narcolepsy including prevalence, diagnosis, co-morbid conditions and symptoms of Narcolepsy.  The CE program will also provide information on goals of treatment, including current and future medications available to treat Patients with Narcolepsy (PWN).

Program: 2022 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started