Update in thrombosis and haemostasis for consultants and advanced specialist trainees
Practical management of major problems in these conditions
- 29 March 2018
Du Cane Road
London W12 0HS
+44 (0)20 3313 4017
A comprehensive one day update in haemostasis and thrombosis for part 2 candidates and consultants
This is an intensive one-day course based on practical management of the major problems in haemostasis and thrombosis. It begins with a review of core mechanisms in the haemostatic network as a basis for understanding laboratory tests and clinical problems. It then moves on to the essential principles of laboratory testing with an emphasis on understanding how tests are performed to allow correct interpretation of difficult or borderline cases and detection of artefacts. The limitations of tests and the importance of clinical correlation are explained.
Major clinical problems such as lupus, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, cancer, acquired inhibitors and platelet function testing are all covered by experienced consultants who have specialised in haemostasis and thrombosis and who have many years’ experience of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. The day is completed with an extensive and open-ended session on problem-solving with clinical examples and model exam questions.
- Senior SpRs preparing for part 2 FRCPath
- Consultants taking up new responsibilities for haemostasis
Key speakers and course organisers
- Professor Mike Laffan
Cancellation and transferral policy
Places are only allocated when payment has been received. Early booking is advised, particularly for the two-day course, as courses are often booked out. Please note that because of catering and course material expenses, cancellations received within two weeks of the course date will not receive a refund. Those who do cancel after that time may make their own arrangements for a replacement to attend. If cancellations are received more than 14 days before the course, a refund will be given after deduction of a handling charge.
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