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Welcome Clinicians

The North American Thrombosis Forum is dedicated to saving lives through education and prevention. A major part of this is helping healthcare professionals stay up-to-date on the latest research in the rapidly changing field of thrombosis.

Through educational events and informative articles geared specifically towards clinicians, NATF provides clinicians with the information they need to best treat their patients. Topics covered include thrombosis, stroke prevention, atrial fibrillation, diabetes, cardiovascular-related illnesses, and more. Check back regularly for important updates on everything from the development of new medications, to the release of novel research.

Upcoming Clinician Events

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Dec 5
Pri-Med Cardiology Updates Boston
Dec 6 - Dec 9
Pri-Med East 2018
Jan 10
New Strategies for Preventing PE, DVT, and Stroke in Hospitalized Medically Ill Patients – Los Angeles

Latest News & Research

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A DOAC Deep Dive: Edoxaban

For the past several decades, warfarin has been the go-to anticoagulant (blood thinner) for doctors, but new treatments have recently…

Clot Chronicles: The MARINER Trial

Dr. Sam Goldhaber discusses the results of the MARINER trial. As an added bonus, Dr. James Welker provides his commentary.…

Guides and Handouts for Clinic Patients

NATF is dedicated to helping clinicians and healthcare professionals provide the best treatment for their patients. Creating accurate and helpful educational materials is a key part of that. By helping patients understand their diagnoses, medications, and lifestyle adjustments, NATF, in partnership with healthcare providers, can help empower patients to improve their lives.

Arm your patients with the knowledge they need to combat thrombosis and kick-start a healthy lifestyle with these handouts. Print outs can be ordered online by emailing info@natfonline.org:

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