Sending out an SOS: Best Practices for Returning Patients with SOS/VOD to the Road to Recovery
To enable clinicians to deliver a personalized approach to care, ACHL is proposing to create an opportunity for small group learning among hematologists, oncologists, bone marrow transplant physicians, intensivists and hepatologists via live, visiting professorship programs (VPPs). To effectively translate expert guidance to practice and build clinician confidence in making an accurate diagnosis and optimizing therapeutic benefit through management of VOD/SOS, clinicians benefit from peer-to-peer exchanges to model best practices and discuss practical strategies to achieve goals. Fortunately, with education, clinicians’ attitudes, knowledge, competence and behavior can evolve.
Sending out an SOS: Best Practices for Returning Patients with SOS/VOD on the Road to CureVPP
Are you prepared to properly diagnose and treat sinusoidal obstruction syndrome/veno-occlusive disease (SOS/VOD)? SOS/VOD is a consequence certain patients experience secondary to hematopoietic stem cell transplants and some hematologic cancer treatments. To effectively build clinical confidence and knowledge on mitigating VOD/SOS, clinicians can benefit from these live visiting professorship programs (VPPs) led by experts on this often-devastating condition. After participating in these VPPs, hematologists, oncologists, bone marrow transplant physicians, intensivists and hepatologists, should be better able to identify and treat SOS/VOD in a more timely, effective manner.
Expiration Date: June 30, 2024