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Live Events - Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education

Important Announcement!

To reduce risk of COVID-19 exposure among participants and faculty, all Partners Program events for the remainder of 2020 will be hosted as webinars. These live, interactive programs will feature similar content delivered by the same speakers as the in-person programs. These online programs will also carry continuing education credits for individuals in the target audience(s) who participate in a program in its entirety. Seats in all programs are limited. Please contact Natalie Duncan, nduncan@ihtc.org, with any questions.

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2021 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 (Virtual)


  • Description: This program aims to enhance the participant's knowledge and competence to provide high quality hemophilia management within a multidisciplinary comprehensive care team as derived from evidence-based education, standardized guidelines, and professional networking. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Apply for this program by completing the Application Form. Upon approval, you will receive a confirmation email. You will be contacted at least 4 weeks prior to the program with information on accessing the meeting virtually, preferred format of course materials, etc. Partners Programs are supported by independent medical education grants from Shire Human Genetic Therapies Inc. and Genentech.
  • Audience: Clinical providers who currently are, and have been, practicing in the federally recognized U.S. HTC network for at least 6 months, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, social workers, and other multidisciplinary providers who care for persons with bleeding disorders
  • Dates: Jan 11, 2021 to Jan 13, 2021
  • Location: Virtual (Zoom)
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: YES
  • Seats Available: 6
  • Agenda: View
    Apply

Advanced Partners (II - Virtual)


  • Description: This program aims 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. HTC network. This program, like all Partners Programs, is free to attend. Apply for this program by completing the Application Form. Upon approval, you will receive a confirmation email. You will be contacted at least 4 weeks prior to the program with information on accessing the meeting virtually, preferred format of course materials, etc. Partners Programs are supported by independent medical education grants from Shire Human Genetic Therapies Inc. and Genentech.
  • Audience: Nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who currently are, and have been practicing for at least 2 years in the U.S. HTC network, and wish to gain knowledge and competence of blood disorders diagnosis and management
  • Dates: Jan 25, 2021 to Jan 26, 2021
  • Location: Virtual (Zoom)
  • Total Seats: 20
  • Credits: YES
  • Seats Available: 15
  • Agenda: View
    Apply