Advanced level course: This is aimed at nurses working at CNS or aspiring to work at CNS level.
Haematopoiesis is the process by which blood cells develop. It begins with the emergence of haematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) from the major arteries of a developing embryo, which eventually seed the bone marrow. After birth, a steady ‘pool’ of HSCs from which all blood cells arise is maintained in the bone marrow by the carefully orchestrated regulation of HSC self-renewal and differentiation.
Information about this course
This course was commissioned by Leukaemia Care and was written by Karger publishing.
For each course, we have produced a workbook that you can download and keep. The pass mark for this course is 70%.
To help you complete your course, we have produced the course documents as a PDF which you can download and keep.
Completion of this course will take approximately 1 hour and the certificates provided can be used towards your revalidation.
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