Telemedicine allows health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology.
Diversifying the Blood Donor Pool: The need for African American donors to support Sickle Cell Patients
Adult Health Care for Sickle Cell Disease: How to Make it Better
This webinar is on collaboration and community in sickle cell. Dr. Nik Abdul Rashid and Ms. Linetta Barnes from Nevada will present on how a clinical group and community-based organization work together to improve care and quality of life for people living with sickle cell disease.
What's new at the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) ? Presented by Ms. Beverley Francis-Gibson, SCDAA President and CEO, and Dr. Biree Andemariam, SCDAA Chief Medical Officer
Stepping Up into Adult Care: The Sickle Cell Trevor Thompson Transition (ST3P-UP) Project. Presented by Dr. Ifeyinwa (Ify) Osunkwo, Carolinas HealthCare System, and Dr. Raymona Lawrence, Georgia Southern University.
Community Health Workers and Mobile Apps for Transition from Pediatric- to Adult-focused Sickle Cell Care. Presented by Dr. Kim Smith-Whitley, Clinical Director of the Division of Hematology and Director of the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Innovations in Health Care Transition from Pediatric to Adult Care. Nov 1, 2018 10:00 AM PDT. Peggy McManus, MHS, and Patience White, MD, MA, from the "Got Transition?" program will speak about innovations in health care transition from pediatric to adult care. Register for Webinar ->
Wally R. Smith, MD is the Florence Neal Cooper Smith Professor of Sickle Cell Disease at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He also serves as the Vice-Chairman for Research of the Division of General Internal Medicine and is the former Scientific Director of the Center on Health Disparities at VCU. In addition, he is a member of the Institute of Medicine’s Committee on Standards for Trustworthy Guidelines.
Michigan's plan for sickle cell disease across the lifespan: Lessons learned for California. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services created a state action plan for sickle cell in 2015 that is being used as a model plan by the federal Health Resources & Services Administration.