Wellstar North Fulton Medical Center
Classrooms: Alpharetta, Milton, Roswell
Join NBCA and Wellstar on Thursday, March 9, during Blood Clot Awareness Month to learn about best care practices in Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) from the National Blood Clot Alliance and their Medical and Scientific Advisory Board (MASAB). This teach in is for all healthcare professionals who are interested in learning more about VTE and advancing patient care. CEU’s will be offered. Learn more about each session and register today!
Best Venous Thromboembolism Practices for Pre-Hospital & ED Clinicians
March 9, 2023, 10 am – 12 pm EST
Members of the National Blood Clot Alliance and it’s Medical & Scientific Advisory Board will present on the key components of assessing, identifying, and treating patients at risk of VTE in pre hospital and ED setting.
Who should attend?
From first responders through the emergency department
Register for session 1 here
Understanding Complications of VTE Across all Practices
March 9, 2023, 1 pm – 2 pm EST
Members of the National Blood Clot Alliance and it’s Medical & Scientific Advisory Board will present on how to best treat an identified VTE patient – from what tests to run, treatment options, and anticoagulation. Hear unique blood clot risk factors for both cancer patients and women and the role of PharmD across various diagnoses.
Register for session 2 here
VTE Care Coordination in the Interventional Setting
March 9, 2023, 2 – 3 pm EST
Members of both Wellstar and the National Blood Clot Alliance will present on what emergency intervention looks like for VTE patients and how to produce ideal outcomes.
Register for session 3 here
Gaps in Patient Care, Health Disparities and Mental Health Issues in the VTE Patient and The Role of The Primary Care Physician
Members of the National Blood Clot Alliance and it’s Medical & Scientific Advisory Board will present on the gaps in care for the VTE patient, what health disparities exist in VTE care, the results from the NBCA CLUES survey regarding mental health outcomes for VTE patients, and the important role that primary care physicians play in patient outcomes.
Register for session 4 here
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