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The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program promotes excellence in care through education created by and for the federally recognized Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) Network and providers from a variety of disciplines that serve patients with bleeding and other coagulation disorders. Programs include Basic Partners, Advanced Partners, Presentation Skills Workshop, and PartnersPRN online learning activities.
The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education programs offer comprehensive education, both in person and online, for Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) staff including disciplines such as nursing, physical therapy, and social work. We also provide accredited open access learning activities for non-HTC physicians and nurses who care for persons with bleeding and/or clotting disorders in their practice.
|Thank You to HTCs|
|CE Activity: School Nurse's Guide to Bleeding Disorders: Hemophilia | March 2020|
|Are you new to hemophilia care? Do you need to review hemophilia basics? We've got something for you! | February 2020|
|New CE Activity: Aging with Hemophilia | November 2019|
|Social Workers and Nurses A Great CE Opportunity for You! | October 2019|
|CE Activity Helps You to Better Explain Genetics | September 2019|
|CE Activity Addresses Ethical Theories and Concepts | August 2019|
|How Does Blood Clot? TRENDING|
|Hemophilia 101 for Nonclinical Staff at HTCs TRENDING|
|An Overview of the Background, Inheritance and Pathophysiology of von Willebrand Disease TRENDING|
|Psychosocial Considerations in Bleeding Disorder Care: Aging with Hemophilia TRENDING|
|Genetics of Hemophilia TRENDING|
|Is That OK? Ethical Dilemmas in Our Community TRENDING|
|Pediatric to Adult Transition Improvement Process TRENDING|
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I have a much greater understanding…which will help me better triage phone calls from patients and provide better education.
Being more confident in my knowledge base will enable me to practice more confidently.
I am now more comfortable teaching patients and their families regarding bleeding disorders.
I’m taking back several ideas for improvement and a renewed sense of motivation and enthusiasm.
Opportunities such as this are wonderful to refresh knowledge and renew confidence in your practice.
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