Handbook Of Pediatric Hematology And Oncology [CRACKED]
This article details the development of a parent handbook for pediatric hematology and oncology patients. The planning and content development are discussed. Adult learning principles were incorporated throughout the handbook. Use of the handbook in a pediatric cancer center is described. Both subjective and objective methods were used to evaluate the handbook. Results from the evaluation verify the value of the handbook to parents and give direction for future revisions of the handbook.
Handbook of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
With its direct guidance and portable design, the Handbook of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology: Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland, Third Edition, will prove an invaluable resource to medical students, trainees and residents, pediatric hematology and oncology nurses, pediatricians, and early-career providers in pediatric hematology/oncology.
Handbook of Benign Hematology is a practical guide to the diagnosis and management of benign hematologic conditions. The book begins with a chapter on normal hematopoiesis and follows with chapters devoted to groups of blood disorders and syndromes including neutrophil disorders, nonmalignant myeloid disorders, bone marrow failure syndromes, myeloproliferative disorders, anemias, iron metabolism disorders, platelet disorders, hemostasis and coagulation defects, and thrombosis. Each disorder subtype covered features a clinical case, an introduction to the condition, details on diagnosis including applicable criteria and lab work needed, key diagnostic dilemmas, prognosis, treatment options, details on clinical trials and emerging clinical strategies, and bulleted key points to highlight clinical pearls and common pitfalls. The final chapters provide best practices for transfusion medicine and a guide to pharmacologic agents and their uses in clinical practice for adult and pediatric patients.The handbook is filled with tables and illustrations which highlight FDA-approved drug information, clinical trials data, hematopathologic characteristics of different disorders, important management criteria and more, making it the ideal handbook for those in practice or for review.
The Editors and chapter authors are experienced academic practitioners in the fields of adult and pediatric hematology, pathology, blood banking, and pharmacology. Emphasizing best practices for patient management, this handbook is essential for oncologists, hematologists, trainees, and other practitioners who regularly or increasingly receive referrals to diagnose and treat adults or children with nonmalignant hematologic conditions.
Lurie Children's has a three year accredited fellowship in Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, Neuro-Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation offered in partnership with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. The program offers fellows a broad-based clinical experience and clinical research exposure in an academic environment. We also offer a fellowship in pediatric neuro-oncology.
Since its inception as a clinic in 1969 and a division in 1975, we have been dedicated to excellence in patient care, research and education in pediatric hematology and oncology. Our mission is to improve the lives of children with blood disorders and cancer, advance discovery through research, and train the leaders of the future. Pediatric hematology/oncology is a diverse field which includes many areas, including but not limited to:
Across the many diseases within hematology and oncology, we provide state-of-the art clinical care and access to cutting edge therapies and clinical trials. Our faculty include nationally and internationally recognized leaders in the field. We are the only pediatric hematology/oncology program in the state of Tennessee with a unique combination of clinical programs in both hematology and oncology and access to all pediatric subspecialties all within our medical center. Our clinical care is supported by a multi-specialty, multidisciplinary specialty team of physicians, nurses, psychologists, pharmacists, social workers, nutritionists, child life specialists and others who all work together to provide evidence-based family-centered care.
With its direct guidance and portable design, the Handbook of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology: Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland, Third Edition, will prove an invaluable resource to medical students, residents, pediatric hematology and oncology nurses, pediatricians, and early-career providers in pediatric hematology and oncology.
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Packed with essential information on the diagnosis and treatment of blood and bone marrow disorders, The Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Hematology, Third Edition should be carried in the white coat pocket of the student, resident, or hematology/oncology service and in the briefcase of the internist, hospitalist, family practitioner, and pediatrician who sees patients with blood diseases.
This book covers a broad spectrum of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practices employed in pediatric oncology worldwide, with a special focus on the methods widely used in Western countries. It is a scientifically based, practice-oriented handbook that will meet the needs of pediatric oncologists working in medical practices and hospitals. An introductory section includes a comparative overview of current CAM use in pediatric oncology in different countries. Commonly used CAM methods are then discussed in a series of chapters that provide a theoretical description of the method in question, followed by more practically oriented information, including scientific data if applicable. Special attention is paid to the issue of how to integrate each method into conventional pediatric oncology. The closing parts of the book consider aspects of CAM requiring further development, such as institutional research, and provide a road map on establishing integrative pediatric oncology worldwide.
hematology/oncology care and the role of the disciplines involved. One-day shadowing experiences will not be accepted. A minimum of 25 hours is required. (3 points per preceptorship, maximum 12 points)
List participation in a formal structured educational presentation made to laypersons (e.g., lectures to civic groups, public service announcements, radio or TV appearances). The content of the presentation must be related to the field of pediatric hematology/oncology care. (1 point per presentation, maximum 10 points)
List any teaching award or teaching honor for services relevant to the specialty of pediatric hematology/oncology nursing. 3 points, if within 5 years; 2 points, if between 5-10 years ago; 1 point, if more than 10 years prior; maximum 12 points 041b061a72