Information for Health Care Professionals (HCPs)

CAR-T Cell Therapy: A Resource for Healthcare Professionals (by HNHCP)

This program from the Haematology Nurses and Healthcare Professionals Group (HNHCP) features topics relevant to the multidisciplinary team approach to caring for patients receiving CAR T-cell therapies and their relatives. Nurses, other allied healthcare professionals and patient organisations play an important role in this process and the group is excited to share with you the most current information and up-to-date recommendations for addressing the unique long-term management of patients’ needs.

You can access the resource on the HNHCP website below. It’s also available in German, French, Italian and Spanish.


CAR-T Learning Program on EHA Campus

This EHA CAR-T program consists of eight courses covering all aspects of CAR-T: mechanisms of action, the process of CAR-T manufacture and infusion, treatment of hematopoietic malignancies and patient selection, CRS, and other complications as well as ethics and consent, multidisciplinary care and regulatory aspects.

All the courses in the program are accessible to everyone.

How to enroll:

  • Click the enroll button on the program or one of the course pages below
  • You will be asked to log in to your EHA account. If you do not have one, you can create an EHA Guest account here.
  • Once enrolled and logged in, go to the Access/Content tab to start.
  • Upon finishing the course, you can download your certificate and obtain EBAH credits.

EHA CAR-T Program’s Courses

Introduction to Chimeric Antigen

Receptor T-cell (CAR-T) Therapy

Processes in CAR-T

CAR-T Therapy for Hematopoietic Malignancies

Ethics, Consent and the Need for Multidisciplinary Care in Immunotherapy Clinical Trials and in Clinical Practice

Regulatory Aspects of Immunotherapy

Cytokine Release Syndrome (CRS) in CAR-T

Complications of CAR-T: Beyond CRS

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