Resources for Clinicians from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is known for its assistance to patients, but did you know that this organization also offers many resources for clinicians as well?

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is known for its assistance to patients, but did you know that this organization also offers many resources for clinicians as well? A spectrum of free resources from online continuing education (CE) to publications is available at the LLS website.

The recently released CE program, CAR T-Cell Therapy: The Nurse’s Role in Treating Patients, reviews patient selection considerations, treatment options, and information about possible acute and long-term adverse events and their management.

The LLS also offers the Trish Greene Back to School Program For Children With Cancer, which provides free information and materials for parents and educators. The program was developed to encourage communication among parents, healthcare professionals, and school personnel to help ensure that children with cancer have a smooth transition from active treatment to return to school. Nurses who provide cancer care to pediatric patients may find these resources valuable.