Could you help improve your patients' treatment and quality of life?
Anticoagulation therapy, including vitamin k antagonists such as warfarin and direct oral anticoagulants are crucial for those at risk of stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary emboli (PE).
The National Centre for Anticoagulation Training, based at Warwick Medical School, offers range of anticoagulation courses designed for those working with patients receiving anticoagulants, providing practical and clinically-focused training based on current guidelines and existing research evidence.
|Anticoagulation Management Theory & Practice||Module/Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||Not Recruiting|
|Atrial Fibrillation Management and Stroke Prevention||Module/Postgraduate Award||Postgraduate||Not Recruiting|
|Introduction to Anticoagulation||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|
|Anticoagulation Update Day||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|
|Anticoagulation Management for HCAs and Assistant Practitioners||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|
|Management of DVT and PE within Primary Care||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|
|Anticoagulation: Advanced Workshop for Nurses||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|
|Atrial Fibrillation and Screening||One Day Course||CPD||Not Recruiting|