Late-breaking sessions continue to be added to the 2020 ASCLS & AGT Virtual Joint Annual Meeting educational program. The virtual event includes nearly 60 hours of P.A.C.E.®-approved continuing education on a flexible schedule that you choose, either real-time or recorded sessions streaming up to 30 days after the meeting.
Current Status of Convalescent Plasma to Treat COVID-19
Monday, June 29, 11:30 am EDT
Michael Joyner, MD, Mayo Clinic
This presentation will outline what convalescent plasma is and how it can be used to treat COVID-19, including what is currently known about its’ safety and efficacy.
IGH Deletions in Multiple Myeloma Can Enhance Risk Stratification
Monday, June 29, 2:45 pm EDT
Scott Smith, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Risk stratification in multiple myeloma is partly based on cytogenetics. IGH deletions were identified in 229 cases referred for clinical testing. Of all deletions identified, 21% resulted in a gene fusion, 7% of which were identified in high-risk fusions. These results and clinical implications of this study will be discussed.
Cultivating Resiliency: Positive Intelligence
Tuesday, June 30, 2:00 pm EDT
Brandon Kozar, PsyD, MBA, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
In this second part of the Cultivating Resilience series, the common myth of the happiness and success relationship will be debunked. Using recent research findings within the fields of psychology and neurobiology, people will learn how various personal and professional outcomes are improved through cultivating a positive primed brain state and what activities have been empirically proven to facilitate such a state and foster increased resiliency.
Watch part one of the Cultivating Resilience series, A New Frame on Stress (below), which was presented as an ASCLS webinar in April 2020.
Register for the Virtual JAM by June 1 to get the early registration discount, and join us June 28-July 2.