Heme-Onc Topics for the Geographically Challenged: HIV Related Malignancies

Monthly (every 3rd Monday) from 12:00-1:00 pm EST beginning December 16th through April 20th.


To fill important educational gaps in our Hematology-Oncology Fellowship curriculum due to variations in patient populations, we have developed the “Heme-Onc Topics for the Geographically Challenged” conference series. Using Project ECHO’s teleconferencing platform to facilitate a multidirectional flow of knowledge, our first course focuses on HIV-Related Malignancies. The goal of this course is to increase knowledge and self-efficacy through case based education and mentorship, and to disseminate best practices to clinicians and trainees so they are better prepared to provide evidence-based care.


Session/Title Date
1 - ECHO prep session 12/16/2019
2 - HIV-related malignancies I: Lymphoma 1/20/2020
3 - HIV and Breast Cancer & other solid tumors 2/17/2020
4 - HIV-related malignancies II 3/16/2020
5 - Sickle Cell Anemia 4/20/2020
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