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Webinar 8

Reducing transfusion complications and other surveillance-supported efforts in hemoglobin disorders

  • Angela Snyder, PhD, MPH, an associate research professor in the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University and the director of health policy and financing at the Georgia Health Policy Center;
  • Jane Branscomb, MPH, a senior research associate at the Georgia Health Policy Center; and
  • Ross Fasano, MD, the director of aphaeresis and a pediatric hematologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine.

Webinar Series

  • Webinar 9

    Neuropathic pain: Can stress and pain itself cause a sickle crisis? by Dr. Thomas Coates. Tuesday, November 14, 2017, from 10-11:30 am PDT. Dr. Coates is the section head of Hematology in the division of Hematology Oncology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and the University of Southern California.

  • Webinar 8

    Reducing transfusion complications and other surveillance-supported efforts in hemoglobin disorders. By Dr. Angela Snyder, Dr. Jane Branscomb and Dr. Ross Fasano.

  • Webinar 7

    Evaluating and Addressing Challenges to Optimal Sickle Cell Disease Care, Within the Health Literate Care Model.

    Dr. Marsha Treadwell, Clinical Scientist at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland.

  • Webinar 6

    A Case Study: A few dedicated professionals discuss how and why they created a new county clinic in South Los Angeles.

  • Webinar 5

    Translating Health Services Research in Sickle Cell Disease to Policy.

  • Webinar 4

    Enhancing Access to care for Sickle Cell Disease in South Carolina.

  • Webinar 3

    Emerging Treatments in SCD.

  • Webinar 2

    Older Adults and Sickle Cell Disease.

  • Webinar 1

    Project Introduction, presented by Susan Paulukonis and Mary Hulihan.

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