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Making Sense of Rapidly Evolving Management Approaches in Multiple Myeloma - Virtual Study Groups

In this novel twist on a medical school staple of the peer-led study group, the Virtual Study Group provides a combination of collaborative and self-directed learning in a multi-interventional curriculum to delve more deeply into the multiple aspects of Multiple Myeloma diagnosis, workup, risk assessment, treatment, and patient care. Led by a local expert faculty, the Virtual Study Group includes cased-based presentations, discussions of clinical studies and expert guidelines as well as local considerations and cultural competencies. Learners will engage in assessments, self-study modules, and group activities, as well as live, online highly interactive meetings. This novel approach to learning complements the Multiple Myeloma webcast and provides deeper absorption of critical clinical information and its context to daily practice. How to claim credit Learners have the opportunity to earn up to a total of 2.5 CE for their participation in this small private online course curriculum. Credit will be awarded commensurate with leaner participation in the distinct components of the course curriculum. Learners who participate in all of the self-study curriculum components are eligible to earn 1.25 CE hours. Learners who also participate in the Live Group Discussions and the Group Task are eligible to earn additional CE; up to 1.25 CE hours commensurate with participation. These learners will be sent an email with instructions on how to claim this CE credit. Supporter Acknowledgement This activity is supported by an educational grant from Sanofi Genzyme, Karyopharm, and Janssen Biotech, Inc.

Time Commitment: 2 hrs 30 min Estimated Duration: 90 days Group Size: 10 to 20 Group Members

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