Stop the Clot®: What Every Healthcare Professional Should Know

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You have successfully completed the Stop the Clot®: What Every Healthcare Professional Should Know through the National Blood Clot Alliance website.

Important Information for Healthcare Professionals:

If you are a healthcare professional seeking continuing course credit, YOU ARE NOT DONE YET! Please carefully read the section below and click through to the CDC/ATSDR training and education site on the red link below.

IF YOU ARE NOT SEEKING COURSE CREDIT: Please help by filling out a course evaluation.  See the survey link below.

Continuing Education for this Course is Available From the CDC Website

To obtain Continuing Education click here: to go to CDC/ATSDR Training and Education Online and register for course #WB1657 (Stop the Clot: What Every Healthcare Professional Should Know). You will then be required to complete an examination and a course evaluation. Even if you are not interested in receiving continuing education, we encourage you to complete the course evaluation. Your comments are valuable to us.

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NOTE: This survey is only for people who are not applying for continuing education.

Thank you so much for taking the time to complete one or more of the lessons in this online curriculum.  National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA) hopes the lessons have been helpful.

NBCA values your feedback so that we can continue to improve these lessons. If you are willing to answer 8 short questions, please click on the survey link below. You will be directed to another website to take the survey.

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If you want to apply for continuing education, you must complete the evaluation and feedback process through another link at the end of the curriculum.

Additional Learning

The National Blood Clot Alliance offers information for healthcare professionals who work with patients with thrombosis or thrombophilia. Click here to visit our Learn More section on the National Blood Clot Alliance website.

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