American Society of Hematology

SCD Resources for Clinicians

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) is committed to helping those who treat sickle cell disease (SCD) provide quality care, continue their professional development, and enhance their knowledge and expertise. As part of the Society’s larger effort to conquer SCD worldwide, ASH has developed the following resources for clinicians working to advance outcomes for persons with this disease.

ASH has also announced plans to develop clinical guidelines on the management of sickle cell disease. The guidelines are expected to be published in 2019.

SCD Pocket Guides

SCD Pocket Guides

Evidence-based pocket guides developed by ASH to help practitioners improve the quality of care provided to patients with sickle cell disease

Consult a Colleague

Consult a Colleague

A service for ASH members that helps facilitate the exchange of information between hematologists and their peers on topics including sickle cell disease

Hydroxyurea drug

SCD-Related Webinars

Coding for Sickle Cell Disease
Best practices for documentation of patients with sickle cell disease
Optimization of Hydroxyurea for the Management of SCD
Recommendations and hydroxyurea therapy optimization methods for individual patients

Doctor and Patient

Pediatric to Adult Hematologic Care Transition Toolkit

Assessment and summary forms designed to facilitate conversations between patients, parents, and physicians as the patient transitions to adult care

SCD Blood

SCD Articles in Blood

Articles on sickle cell disease published in Blood, the official journal of the American Society of Hematology

SCD Patient Resources 

SCD Patient Resources

An overview of sickle cell disease for patients, including an explanation on the difference between sickle cell trait and sickle cell disease

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