As part of the Transplant Treatment Path: Optimizing Patient–Centered Care for ASCT in Multiple Myeloma project, ACCC hosted a webinar series that complements project's white paper on "The Transplant Treatment Path." These free, interactive webinars feature speakers from the ACCC Member Programs that participated in development of the white paper. Access these recorded webinars on optimizing patient–centered care for multiple myeloma patients eligible for autologous stem cell transplantation below.

Psychosocial Support & Financial Counseling

Presenter: Alice D. Mullins, LCSW, OSW-C, Oncology Social Worker, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
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Originally presented on November 18, 2015

Patients with multiple myeloma are often confronted with logistical, financial, and/or personal barriers to accessing care. This interactive webinar focuses on how programs discuss and address the practical issues of psychosocial support, insurance coverage, and total cost of treatment with multiple myeloma patients who will undergo ASCT. Learn about the psychosocial and financial support program and tools offered to patients at Emory University.

Patient Education & Engagement

Presenters: Lisa Merritt, RN, Nurse Manager, and Kelly Lehmkuhl, RN, BSN, OCN, Assistant Nurse Manager, Hematology and Transplant Clinic,
Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University
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Originally presented on December 1, 2015

This webinar explores how transplant programs and referring centers can work together to ensure patients have access to resources in advance of, during, and after their transplant procedure. Learn about patient education resources for those preparing for ASCT with a focus on resources used at The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University.

Coordination of Care & Medical Co-management

Presenter: Leona Holmberg, MD, PhD, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle, Washington
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Originally presented on December 17, 2015

This webinar focuses on resources and tools to improve communication and coordination of care for patients who will undergo ASCT—both when they are referred for transplant and when they return to their community care provider, post–transplant.

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