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The third annual JADPRO LIVE conference will be held in conjunction with the annual
meeting of the Advanced Practitioner Society for Hematology and Oncology (APSHO)
on November 5-8, 2015, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona.
The audience for this CE-accredited live conference is nurse practitioners, physician
assistants, clinical nurse specialists, advanced degree nurses, hematology/oncology
nurses, pharmacists, and physicians. Advanced practitioners and physicians will come
together in a team setting to discuss current treatment options and advances in the
care of the patient with cancer, describe key practice initiatives that are essential
to the AP, and identify means to improve collaboration—all with an ultimate goal of
improving patient outcomes and decreasing adverse events. Learn more at www.jadprolive.com​


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ACUTE LEUKEMIAS XV (ISALXV) (http://www.acute-leukemias.de)

The German AML Cooperative Group invites all professionals who are interested in getting informed about recent advances in the understanding of leukemia biology and the development of a personalized approach to leukemia therapy and the implementation of new discoveries into clinical practice to participate in the 15th International Symposium on ACUTE LEUKEMIAS (ISALXV) held in Munich, Germany, February 22–25, 2015.

The symposium will again bring together a unique community of clinical scientists and researchers and will render all attendees the opportunity to discuss the most recent findings in basic research and results of clinical studies and network with the top international experts in these fields.

The scientific program will start on Sunday, February 22 with a main focus on basic research while the following days will concentrate on translational research and clinical studies.

Further information and registration modalities can be found at: http://www.acute-leukemias.de


 

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European LeukemiaNet (http://www.leukemia-net.org)

The European LeukemiaNet (ELN) is a non-profit scientific network of internationally recognised physicians and scientists, medical study groups, patients and treatment research organizations in the field of leukemia aiming to improve the therapy, health care and knowledge about all leukemia entities. The ELN consists of 194 participating centers in 39 countries (across Europe, North America, Asia and Australia) with more than 1000 researchers and physicians as well as other interdisciplinary partners to form a cooperative network community. Information on scientific, social, and educational activities of the European LeukemiaNet are available on the public website www.leukemia-net.org.​

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The 2015 meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies consists of four sponsoring societies: The American Pediatric Society,

the Society for Pediatric Research, the Academic Pediatric Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. In conjunction with our affiliate organizations, a

broad ranging program of invited and submitted science that addresses many areas of pediatric investigation has been assembled and is sure to expand your personal

horizon.  Over 7000 pediatricians, research scientists, health care providers and policy makers from around the world will attend the meeting. The original science sessions constitute the heart of the meeting. Numerous platform sessions and four large poster sessions are distributed over the four-day meeting.

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First European Paediatric Neurology Society International Symposium on Advances in Neuromodulation in Children, 25-26 May 2015, Vienna, Austria

http://www.epns2015.org/programme/satellite-symposium/overview.html
 

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