Patient-focused resources, tips from experts, and challenging clinical questions from ASH Clinical News.
How I Teach
This is ASH Clinical News’ forum for sharing best practices in teaching hematology to medical students, residents, and fellows. We invite essays providing insight into teaching and modeling clinical practice (history-taking, the physical exam, informed consent, giving bad news), successful research mentoring, disease-specific tips, or more general advice.
You Make the Call
Each month we’ll pick a challenging clinical question submitted through the Consult-a-Colleague program and post the expert’s response. But, what would YOU do? We’ll also pose a submitted question and ask you to send your responses. See how your answer matches up to the experts in the next print issue.
Download tear sheets to share with patients. These patient-focused resources are produced by ASH in collaboration with patient organizations.
New and views on issues related to improving the quality of hematologic care – from newly released guidelines to Choosing Wisely® lists to professional development.