This course highlights the importance of the early detection of lymphoma in primary care and uses real-life examples of classical and non-classical presentations to highlight the spectrum of this group of blood cancers. This course discusses the classification, pathophysiology and aetiology of Hodgkin and Non Hodgkin Lymphoma and provides the latest epidemiology and survivorship figures illustrating the current landscape in the UK. Patients can be referred and diagnosed via a number of pathways due to its multiple presentations. Monitoring, management and surveillance of recurrence in the context of primary care are also explored.
This course has been developed in partnership with the Lymphoma Association, a national charity providing high quality, accredited information, advice and support to people affected by lymphoma and the healthcare professional that work with them.
With grateful thanks for the donations made towards the cost of developing this module in memory of Julie Bostock.
Start Lymphoma in Primary Care.
Time to complete this course: 30 mins
Date of publication: February 2015
Reviewed and updated: January 2018