- Date and time Fri 19 Oct 2018 from 8:30am to 4:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Pathology, Anticoagulation Specialist Association
Online registration for this event has closed. Places will be available on the day.
Jointly organised by the RSM and the ASA (Anticoagulation Specialist Association), the conference will address challenges, new evidence in thrombosis and anticoagulation and application to clinical practice. Knowledge and information shared at the conference is aimed at improving patient care and outcomes.
This meeting forms part of an enduring programme for healthcare professionals involved in the management of VTE and stroke prevention in NVAF. Practical approaches to anticoagulation challenges will be reviewed, alongside the management of VTE and the role of NOACs in redefining the standard of effective anticoagulation therapy.
The plenary presentations will be delivered by leading experts, and all attendees will be involved with the opportunity to vote and ask questions throughout the day, using interactive devices.
The afternoon workshops will be run by expert facilitators leading an interactive discussion, including examples of local guidance or best practices.
- Current practice in the related topics
- Tools for assessing the risk of recurrent VTE and measures to put in place to prevent HAT
- Understand anticoagulation therapy in elderly patients
- The future role of anticoagulation warfarin clinics
- The use of aspirin as prophylaxis
- Real-world practical information and patient experience of VTE
- Latest clinical data
- Patient case studies and expert opinions
- Characteristics of NOACs, explore the evolving use and discuss how they may be integrated into the standard of care
- Benefits from multidisciplinary, expert and peer-to-peer learning
- Best practice experiences to enhance patient care and clinical outcomes