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Sickle Cell Disease Stakeholder Engagement Workgroup—Strategies to Improve Sickle Cell Disease Primary Care


The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will host a webinar on Thursday November 14th from 1:00-2:00 PM EST.

Please join us to learn more about the importance of utilizing the primary care setting to manage medical care for individuals living with sickle cell disease. You will have the opportunity to hear from a distinguished panel of speakers as they share their perspectives on the importance of connecting patients living with sickle cell disease to primary care physicians and strategies being used to improve connected care.

By the end of the webinar, participants will:
Hear patient testimonials on the importance of using primary care,
Understand the Sickle Cell Disease Training and Mentoring Program for Primary Care Providers (STAMP), and
Hear from a primary care physician’s perspective of managing care for individuals living with sickle cell disease, including integrating care with broader care team, barriers to care, and strategies to overcome these barriers.

Speakers:

André Marcel Harris
Dr. Julie Kanter
CAPT David Wong

This event has ended.

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