One-hour webinar designed to support best practice in the prevention of Hospital Acquired Thrombosis (HAT). This meeting is organised and funded by Sanofi.
What to expect
The webinar will be relevant for nurses working in secondary care where risk assessment is undertaken and thromboprophylaxis is required.
Access to the learning content and an accompanying digital workbook following the webinar provides the opportunity for cascade learning or supporting individual practice.
Programme and speakers
Rebecca Locke has been working as an anticoagulation/thrombosis nurse for over 25 years and was the VTE lead for her Trust.
Carol Law has worked in nurse education for 30 years and has considerable experience in developing courses for qualified health professionals in a wide range of clinical and professional areas, including anticoagulation and thromboprophylaxsis.
Together Rebecca and Carol from ESCHOLA Ltd will cover the following:
- What is venous thromboembolism (VTE)?
- Why are we worried about hospital-acquired thrombosis (HAT)?
- What can we do to prevent hospital-acquired thrombosis (HAT)? Including risk assessment, thromboprophylaxsis, patient education and appropriate administration.
Each agenda topic will be followed by Q&A.
MAT-GB-2001012 (v1.0) September 2020