Diagnosis and care of patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) require a skillful collaboration of providers, nurses, cytopathologists, and other disciplines coming together to develop an individualized approach to care. This module will focus on helping enhance nurses' understanding of the role that cytogenetics and molecular markers play in helping to diagnose and risk stratify AML, and how these factors then in turn impact treatment decision making and supporting care provided to the patient.
This course is offered on demand. Instructions on how to immediately access the course will be sent to you in an automatically generated email receipt after you register. You will enjoy continuous access for six months.
Candidates may claim 1 CNE or ILNA point in any area of their choosing on the following blueprint areas: Coordination of Care, Diagnosis and Staging, End-of-Life, Navigation, Professional Practice, Psychosocial, Scientific Basis for Practice, Survivorship, Symptom Management, Treatment, Basic Concepts for Transplantation.
Candidates will not be able to place the 1 ILNA point under both categories as the number of points claimed cannot exceed the total CNE points for the offering.
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