Healthcare Professional Resources
The treatment and management of multiple myeloma requires the dedication of multiple myeloma doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals.
The IMF works to support supplemental educational efforts for these multiple myeloma experts by providing access to the latest myeloma research publications and to information from leading international cancer conferences. Explore these resources for multiple myeloma healthcare professionals.
The International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG) has published dozens of research studies and treatment guidelines on multiple myeloma and its related disorders. From doctors to patients, the goal of these publications is to help anyone better understand aspects of myeloma.
The IMF’s Nurse Leadership Board has created resources specifically for myeloma nurses, covering the following subject areas in myeloma: diagnosis, tests, staging, treatment, complications and side effects, clinical trials, and long-term care planning.
Every year, the International Myeloma Foundation attends the American Society of Hematology annual conference, described as “the world’s most comprehensive hematology event of the year.” Live from ASH, the IMF records videos with leading myeloma experts on scientific abstracts presented at the event.
Every year, the International Myeloma Foundation attends the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual conference, an event where news is announced from cancer clinical trials, including new drug studies, that could change patient care. Live from ASCO, the IMF records videos with leading myeloma experts on scientific abstracts presented at the event.
According to the National Institutes of Health, CME or Continuing Medical Education, consists of educational activities which serve to maintain, develop, or increase the knowledge, skills, and professional performance and relationships that a physician uses to provide services for patients, the public, or the profession. The IMF and Medscape bring you videos for myeloma practitioners to earn such CME credits.