The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society sponsors a range of free webcasts and in-person activities that offer continuing education (CE) and continuing medical education (CME) credits. Education programs and conferences are also offered through our LLS Regions throughout the United States and Canada.
To connect your patient with a blood cancer Information Specialist, click here.
To connect your patients with an LLS Financial Assistance program, click here.
Continuing Education (CE) Programs
Register for upcoming programs and conferences that offer CE credits. Or, access past programs and credits by participating in the virtual lectures.More Info
Continuing Medical Education (CME) Programs
Register for upcoming programs and conferences that offer CME credits. Or, access past programs and credits by participating in the virtual lectures.Learn More
Download or Order Free PublicationsMore Info
LLS Podcast Series for Healthcare ProfessionalsMore Info
The Trish Greene Back to School Program For Children With Cancer offers free information and materials to parents and educators. The program was developed to encourage communication among parents, young patients, healthcare professionals and school personnel to assure children a smooth transition from active treatment to back to school.
LLS Clinical Trial Support Center (CTSC) Nurse Navigators are available, at no cost, to help healthcare professionals and patients find and answer questions about clinical trials. Our Nurse Navigators are specially trained not only in blood cancers and clinical trials, but also patient education and support.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) wants to help provide your patients with additional resources and information about blood cancer. By completing LLS’s Patient Referral Form, your patient will be contacted by an LLS Information Specialist. Information Specialists are highly trained oncology social workers, nurses and health educators who provide personalized support to patients, caregivers and families.