NATF is putting on a new symposium series, “Avoiding the Avoidable: Pathways for VTE Prevention in the Vulnerable Medically Ill.” This program is designed to provide clinicians with insights into the latest research and developments in the care of medically ill hospitalized patients.
Below, please find the presentation slides from the November 27 dinner symposium, held in Boston, MA.
- Critical Unmet Needs in VTE Prevention: A Pervasive and Persistent Crisis
Gregory Piazza, MD, MS
- Novel Strategies to Prevent Pulmonary Embolism and DVT: APEX Trial and Substudies
C. Michael Gibson, MD
- Stroke Burden, Epidemiology, and New Approaches to Stroke Prevention
Umberto Campia, MD
- Improving Transitions of Care from Hospital to Home or Hospital to Skilled Nursing Facilities
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA
- Pivotal Role of the Hospitalist in VTE and Stroke Prevention
Ebrahim Barkoudah, MD, MPH
- Management of Major Bleeding on DOACs: Advice for Non-Hematologists
Jean Connors, MD
Keep an eye out, the “Avoiding the Avoidable” symposium may be coming to a city near you!