Sickle Cell Trainings/Education Opportunities!
U.S. Department of Health and Human launched
STAMP - The Sickle Cell Disease Training and Mentoring Program.
STAMP is a pilot program to train primary care providers on the basics of sickle cell disease care. STAMP is a 6-month series of free trainings delivered using the Project ECHO platform, offered during January – June 2020. The first training will be held on January 8, 2019 noon Eastern Time.
STAMP trainings are virtual grand rounds, where patient cases are presented, and hematologist share their expertise and provide tele-mentoring support to primary care providers. Upon requests, on-demand hematology consultation and co-management services when caring for low-complexity patients with sickle cell disease.
STAMP will focus on the basics of sickle care disease care for adults.
Primary care physicians, internists, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, hematologists, oncologists, emergency medicine physicians, hospitalists, pediatricians, psychiatrists and gynecologists are eligible to attend the training.
Although the primary cities for recruitment for STAMP are providers most likely to serve patients living with sickle cell disease
Rockford, Freeport, Peoria. However, health providers in rural area most likely to serve patients living with sickle cell disease and want to attend the tele mentoring session, please inform them of this opportunity.
There is no cost to attend the STAMP training. Participants can earn continuing education units.
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