19 episodes

In these EHA-produced podcasts, experts share with you their hematology knowledge and stories. With "EHA Unplugged" we would like to give you the opportunity to unplug from your computer screen, while still learning, by listening to interviews, clinical cases, monologues, and more.

EHA Unplugged European Hematology Association

    • Education

In these EHA-produced podcasts, experts share with you their hematology knowledge and stories. With "EHA Unplugged" we would like to give you the opportunity to unplug from your computer screen, while still learning, by listening to interviews, clinical cases, monologues, and more.

    Multiple Myeloma in Underserved Populations (Episode 2)

    Multiple Myeloma in Underserved Populations (Episode 2)

    This podcast, the second of a series dedicated to Multiple Myeloma in underserved populations, addresses clinical challenges in MM, with a focus on high-risk disease and cytogenetics. Prof Weisel describes the established genetic prognostic markers in MM, and the new abnormalities that are becoming important, besides the role and impact of Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) on risk status and classification of MM patients.

    Speaker: Prof Katja Weisel; Host: Prof Pieter Sonneveld

    • 28 min
    Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)

    Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)

    In episode 8 of "EHA Unplugged", Prof. Shaun McCann details the diagnostic and prognostic criteria of CLL and the correct diagnostic work-up. He also describes the increasing array of treatments available for CLL patients and outlines the role of allogeneic transplantation in this disease.

    • 27 min
    Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML)

    Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML)

    In episode 7 of "EHA Unplugged", Prof. Shaun McCann describes the clinical and genetic features of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), discusses the best therapeutic options, and characterizes the changes that occur in the natural history of the disease after the introduction of tyrosine-kinase inhibitors (TKIs).

    • 28 min
    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers (Episode 3)

    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers (Episode 3)

    This podcast series brings together people affected by SCD and specialist hematologists to shed light on this widely misunderstood condition, bringing the guidelines to life and helping healthcare professionals improve their practice by understanding the patient experience.

    In this closing discussion, Dr Jo Howard and Professor Léon Tshilolo reflect on what they have learned from their conversations with people affected by sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait, and discuss the present and future of sickle cell disease treatment across the world.

    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers is a three-episode podcast series with the first one created to mark Black History Month 2021. It is a collaboration between EHA and Obsidian Healthcare Group, a global provider of medical education.

    Interview with: Dr Jo Howard and Professor Léon Tshilolo Host: Mandi Watty-Miller

    • 31 min
    Multiple Myeloma in Underserved Populations (Episode 1)

    Multiple Myeloma in Underserved Populations (Episode 1)

    In this podcast, the first of a series dedicated to Multiple Myeloma in underserved patient populations, Prof Terpos illustrates the impact of renal disease on MM outcomes and how it should best be managed. Follow the podcast to learn about assessment and monitoring of renal function in MM patients, the available treatment options for this population, and the role and outcomes of kidney transplantation.

    Speaker: Prof Evangelos Terpos; Host: Prof Pieter Sonneveld

    • 33 min
    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers (Episode 2)

    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers (Episode 2)

    This podcast series brings together people affected by SCD and specialist hematologists to shed light on this widely misunderstood condition, bringing the guidelines to life and helping healthcare professionals improve their practice by understanding the patient experience.

    In the second episode, a mother and daughter affected by sickle cell are joined by hematologist Professor Léon Tshilolo for an interview with Mandi Watty-Miller, an individual with sickle cell trait. They discuss the experience of raising a child with sickle cell disease, navigating the world of online misinformation about the condition, and how to improve communication and trust between doctors and patients.

    SCD: What Physicians Can Learn From Patients And Carriers is a three-episode podcast series with the first one created to mark Black History Month 2021. It is a collaboration between EHA and Obsidian Healthcare Group, a global provider of medical education.

    Interview with: Prof Léon Tshilolo Host: Mandi Watty-Miller

    • 43 min

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