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Interactive Education Modules

This series of interactive education modules was created by members of the Society for Hematopathology Education Committee. The modules are intended for pathology residents, hematopathology fellows, and hematology-oncology fellows during their hematopathology rotation in addition to senior residents and fellows wishing to review the material. The modules are self-paced and include interactive elements, quizzes, links to further resources, and short videos.

Disclaimer:
This content is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.


MORPHOLOGIC EVALUATION OF A PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEAR
Dr. Elizabeth Courville, Dr. Laura Brown, Dr. Rose Beck, Dr. Laura Wake, Dr. Julianne Qualtieri, and Dr. Sonam Prakash.

This interactive education module provides an introduction to peripheral blood smear morphologic evaluation, including the evaluation of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Case studies are presented in the separate module "Peripheral Blood Smear Morphologic Evaluation: Case Studies".

PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEAR MORPHOLOGIC EVALUATION: CASE STUDIES
Dr. Elizabeth Courville, Dr. Laura Brown, Dr. Rose Beck, Dr. Laura Wake, Dr. Julianne Qualtieri, and Dr. Sonam Prakash.

This interactive education module uses case studies to provide a review of concepts introduced in the separate module "Morphologic Evaluation of a Peripheral Blood Smear" as well as introduce new topics/entities.

CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKEMIA IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS: A CASE STUDY
Authors: Dr. Margaret Moore and Dr. Elizabeth Courville
Reviewers: Dr. Jayalakshmi Balakrishna and Dr. Alexa Siddon


In this module, learners will use a case-based format to review the core clinicopathologic features of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), with a focus on CML that presents in pediatric and young adult patients. The module highlights testing methodologies used in the diagnostic workup for CML then gives a basic overview of treatment strategies and disease monitoring.