American Society of Hematology

Meeting Publications

Information about the 2018 ASH Annual Meeting publications will be available in mid- to late-2018.

The following publications are available to ASH annual meeting attendees.

Program Book

This book contains the master schedule and complete annual meeting program (as of the mid-October print date), including detailed information for the general and special-interest sessions, Education and Scientific Programs, trainee activities, oral and poster sessions, and ticketed events. A listing of exhibitors and Friday Satellite Symposia is also included.

For the most up-to-date program information, attendees are encouraged to use the online program planner or download the ASH annual meeting app for smartphones and tablets.

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Hematology 2017

Hematology 2017, the ASH Education Program, provides an updated and comprehensive review of each of the topics covered in the annual meeting Education Program sessions. The manuscripts are written by the Education Program session speakers and undergo peer review. A chapter on the Ham-Wasserman Lecture, as well as evidence-based mini-reviews related to the topics covered in this year's Education Program, will also be included.

  • All annual meeting attendees and ASH members receive a complimentary hard copy of Hematology 2017, which will be distributed on site, as well as free online access. ASH members not attending the meeting will be mailed a copy of the book in January 2018.
  • Additional copies may be purchased on site for $100 per copy for members and $175 per copy for non-members.
  • All others may purchase the print book, e-book, or online access through the ASH Store.

CME/MOC Accreditation of Hematology 2017

ASH will offer CME credit and MOC points to physicians upon completion of multiple-choice questions based on the manuscripts in Hematology 2017, the ASH Education Program. The CME/MOC test may be purchased during the annual meeting registration process or through ASH Academy.

ASH designates this enduring material for a maximum of 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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