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Live Events - Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education
Sun, Nov 17 2019
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2020 Live Partners Program Dates Available!

Partners offers a number of live educational events to enhance the care of patients with  bleeding disorders by increasing the knowledge of their providers. The live events are open only to staff of federally recognized hemophilia treatment centers only. Please view the details of the live events below (click "Read More") and click "Apply" to submit an application.

Basic (Regular)


  • Description: The aim of this program is to develop a highly educated and motivated clinical workforce for the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network by providing standardized education and an opportunity for professional networking. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Bleeding disorders clinical providers who currently are, and have been practicing for at least 6 months in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, social workers, and other providers who care for persons with bleeding and other coagulation disorders
  • Dates: Jan 13, 2020 to Jan 15, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: NO
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Advanced Partners (II)


  • Description: The Advanced Nursing Topics II Program is intended to enable the learner to expand upon knowledge of blood disorders and to increase competency to practice sound clinical decision making, as derived from evidence-based education, standardized guidelines, case study evaluation, and methods intended to raise nursing care quality for persons with blood disorders treated within the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) Network. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Nurses and nurse practitioners who currently are, and have been practicing for at least 2 years in the U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network, and wish to gain knowledge and competence of blood disorders diagnosis and management.
  • Dates: Jan 26, 2020 to Jan 28, 2020
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: NO
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Presentation Skills Workshop (Regular)


  • Description: The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with the tools necessary to plan, create, execute and evaluate a presentation suited to a healthcare provider or patient audience. The learning process will involve participation from the learner. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Multidisciplinary providers in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network providers who would like to improve their content development and presentation delivery skills.
  • Dates: Feb 9, 2020 to Feb 11, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 25
  • Credits: TBD
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Basic (Social Work)


  • Description: The aim of this program is to enable participants, psychosocial professionals engaged as core team members of the multidisciplinary hemophilia comprehensive care team, to develop knowledge and competence to provide high quality management of the psychosocial needs of persons with bleeding disorders. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Social workers and other psychosocial professionals who currently are, and have been caring for persons with bleeding disorders for at least 6 months in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network (USHTCN)
  • Dates: Mar 2, 2020 to Mar 4, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Social Work
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Motivational Interviewing (Facilitate Change, Improve Outcomes)


  • Description: This 2.5-day workshop incorporates the most recent developments and research in motivational interviewing (MI) practice and efficacy. It is highly experiential, giving practitioners hands-on exposure and practice. Training activities will help participants advance their levels of competency regardless of the amount of previous MI training or exposure. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Multidisciplinary patient-facing staff, including nurses, physical therapists, social workers, and other clinicians who care for persons with bleeding & other coagulation disorders and have practiced for at least 6 months in a federally-recognized Hemophilia Treatment Center.
  • Dates: Apr 20, 2020 to Apr 22, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Basic (Regular)


  • Description: The Basic Partners Program is intended to enhance the participant's knowledge and competency level to provide high quality hemophilia management within a multidisciplinary comprehensive care team as derived from evidence-based education, standardized guidelines, and professional networking opportunities. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Clinical providers who currently are, and have been, practicing in the federally recognized USHTCN for at least 6 months, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, social workers, and other multidisciplinary providers who care for persons with congenital bleeding disorders.
  • Dates: May 4, 2020 to May 6, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: NO
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Basic (Regular)


  • Description: The Basic Partners Program is intended to enhance the participant's knowledge and competency level to provide high quality hemophilia management within a multidisciplinary comprehensive care team as derived from evidence-based education, standardized guidelines, and professional networking opportunities. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Clinical providers who currently are, and have been, practicing in the federally recognized USHTCN for at least 6 months, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, social workers, and other multidisciplinary providers who care for persons with congenital bleeding disorders.
  • Dates: Aug 24, 2020 to Aug 26, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Advanced Partners (I)


  • Description: The aim of this program is to enhance knowledge of hemophilia management utilizing current literature review, shared experiences, and networking among Hemophilia Treatment Center nurses and experienced care providers. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Nurses and experienced care providers who currently are, and have been treating bleeding disorders for at least 2 years in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network.
  • Dates: Sep 13, 2020 to Sep 15, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Advanced Partners (Physical Therapists)


  • Description: The aim of this program is to enhance the ability of the Hemophilia Treatment Center physical therapist to clinically evaluate and assess persons with hemophilia using evidence-based methodology in a family-centered care environment. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Physical therapists who are employed full- or part-time in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network and treat patients with bleeding disorders and wish to expand their clinical decision-making and patient evaluation and assessment skills beyond the introductory level of Basic Partners.
  • Dates: Sep 24, 2020 to Sep 26, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: TBD
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Advanced Partners (Social Work)


  • Description: The aim of this program is to enable participants, psychosocial professionals engaged as core team members of the multidisciplinary hemophilia comprehensive care team, to develop knowledge and competence to provide high quality management of the psychosocial needs of persons with bleeding disorders. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Social workers and other psychosocial professionals who currently are, and have been caring for persons with bleeding disorders for at least 6 months in the federally recognized U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center Network (USHTCN)
  • Dates: Oct 7, 2020 to Oct 9, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Social Work
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Basic (Regular)


  • Description: The Basic Partners Program is intended to enhance the participant's knowledge and competency level to provide high quality hemophilia management within a multidisciplinary comprehensive care team as derived from evidence-based education, standardized guidelines, and professional networking opportunities. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Partners Programs are supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Shire. Travel and lodging are paid for by an at-will contribution from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center. Register for this program by completing the Application Form. Once registered, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks before the program with logistical details, including air and ground transportation and hotel information.
  • Audience: Clinical providers who currently are, and have been, practicing in the federally recognized USHTCN for at least 6 months, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, social workers, and other multidisciplinary providers who care for persons with congenital bleeding disorders.
  • Dates: Nov 9, 2020 to Nov 11, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: Nurses - ANCC
  • Seat Available: YES
  • Agenda: View
    Apply