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Meeting – ‘Oral Anticoagulation Management Update Day’

Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre, University of Birmingham
Wednesday 12th September 2012

This course is aimed at those working within anticoagulation management in primary care, and aims to provide an update on current developments focussing on the introduction of new oral anticoagulants. There will be the opportunity for case discussion.

Please contact Tamara Ball (t.c.ball@bham.ac.uk) for further details and/or a registration form.  See below programme for further details.

09.30 Registration and Coffee

09.45 New Oral Anticoagulants – how safe are they outside the trials?
New evidence, anecdotes on bleeding, compliance
Dr Trevor Baglin

10.30 New Oral Anticoagulants – practical experience
Dr Peter Rose

11.30 Debate
This House believes that only anticoagulant clinics (hospital or PC based) should prescribe and manage new oral anticoagulants
For: Dr Simon Noble
Against: Dr Adrian Brady

12.10 New Oral Anticoagulants
Case studies
Panel of experts

13.30 Is hospital acquired thrombosis as serious as they thought or storm in a tea cup?
Dr Ander Cohen

14.00 BCSH guidelines for idiopathic VTE – new evidence?
Dr Tim Nokes

14.30 D-Dimer tests – what are they? Do they have a role in primary care?
Dr Ian Jennings

15.15 Commissioning a DVT/PE service in primary care
Is it clinically and cost effective?
Dr Matthew Fay

15.45 Thrombosis Case studies
Panel of experts

16.30 Close

Published on: July 24, 2012

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  • Anticoagulation Europe
  • Atrial Fibrillation Association
 

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