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Juggling the impact of disease, treatment, study participation on patients’ lives

Ville Varmavuo, MD, PhD 

 Kotka, Chief Medical Officer in Education,Internal Medicine, Finland

We all realize myeloma has a major impact on patients’ lives. But also treatments and participating in clinical studies can have a major influence. To what extent is this being discussed with patients?

This e-learning module zooms in on juggling the impact of the disease, treatment and/or participation in clinical studies on the quality of life.

Approximate time: 1 hour

Module 3: Juggling the impact of disease, treatment, study participation on patients’ lives

Accredited for 1 CME point

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Inger Nijhof, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

St. Antonius Hospital,

Department of Internal Medicine,

The Netherlands

Fredrik Schjesvold, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Oslo Myeloma Center,

Department of Hematology,

Norway

Isabelle Vande Broek, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Vitaz, Sint-Niklaas,

Department of Oncology & Hematology,

Belgium

Agoston Gyula Szabo , MD 

Hematologist,

Righospitalet Copenhagen,

Department of Hematology,

Denmark

Ville Varmavuo, MD, PhD 

Chief Medical Officer in Education,

Kotka,

Internal Medicine,

Finland

Prof. Xavier Leleu, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Academic Hospital of Poitiers,

France

Valdas Peceliunas, MD 

Hematologist,

Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Klinikos,

Department of Hematology,

Lithuania

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Accreditation

Accreditation for this e-learning has been granted for 3 points by:

European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)

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To obtain CME points, you must answer at least 70% of the questions in the final test correctly. If you have a lower score, you can retake the final test twice more. You can pause the e-learning and then resume where you paused.

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