Open to all healthcare and allied professionals, NTW21 promises exceptional learning with live and 'catch-up' recordings, workshops, Q&A's and opportunities to discuss.

TOPICS COVERED

Live sessions run from 4th May 2021, each providing discussion, Q&A and case studies.

From updates on the first national NHS GIRFT VTE Survey to new topics including:

' VTE prevention in hospitalised psychiatric patients' and 'Identifying problem areas in thrombosis that need fresh ideas',

The conference also includes updates and learning across cancer associated thrombosis, COVID and clots, challenges and opportunities in managing patients prescribed warfarin; thrombosis prevention and management in obstetrics and gynaecological; thromboprophylaxis in COVID patients and anticoagulation for AF in an era of COVID... plus many more!

Live sessions are recorded and made available within the secure event platform so that registered attendees can return to share / re-watch or 'catch-up' on missed sessions and secure learning and CPD.

Simply register once and then sign in for each session.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All healthcare and allied professionals with an interest in advancing their learning, understanding and management of VTE and anticoagulation.

NTW21 welcomes a host of global and national VTE champions.

SPEAKERS

  • Prof Beverley Hunt OBE
  • Prof Simon Noble
  • Sylvia Teece-Round
  • Dr Raz Alikhan
  • Prof Roopen Arya
  • Dr Bapi Biswas
  • Dr John Bright
  • Dr Jahnavi Daru
  • Victoria Collings
  • Dr Matt Fay
  • Hayley Flavell
  • Dr Dan Horner
  • Dr Josie Jenkinson
  • Dr Yogen Kanthi
  • Dr Narayan Karunanithy
  • Jane Kelly
  • Dr Will Lester
  • Prof Anthony Maraveyas
  • Dr Jim Moore
  • Dr Louise Newson
  • Dr Fionnuala Ni Ainle
  • Dr Quentin Nunes
  • Prof Helen Philippou
  • Dr Rachel Rayment
  • Dr Susie Shapiro
  • Lyndsey Stanley
  • Dr Honey Thomas
  • Dr Will Thomas
  • Dr Andy Webb
  • Christine Welburn
  • Dr Thomas York

From global leads to local champions, NTW21 offers learning for everyone seeking to advance VTE patientcare and management.

With free 24/7 access to the conference platform throughout May, attendees will have opportunity to re-visit, catch-up, sign post and share.

Registration is free of charge and enables attendees access to CPD accredited meetings, sponsored symposia and virtual exhibition stands.

For more information, please contact: jo@thrombosisuk.org

  • 10:10 - 04/05/2021 to 18:00 - 31/05/2021
  • United Kingdom (Great Britain)