Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education


Hemophilia

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Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education is a collaborative program of the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center, National Hemophilia Foundation and Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan.

Target Audience:   Nurses and other healthcare staff employed within or affiliated with the U.S. Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) network.
Expires:   Varies by module
Contact Hours:   Varies by module
Fee:   Free

Please note: in order to have access to all of the modules listed below for CE credit, you will need to be employed by a federally funded hemophilia treatment center. You will need to register with the Partners site by clicking on the “Education By HTCs – for HTCs” link in order to register for full access. If you are not employed by a federally funded hemophilia treatment center, click the link under “Education for all Healthcare Providers”. You will have access to these learning activities but not all of the activities named below are offered for CE credit. Please read the materials about the activity carefully to ensure you are choosing one accredited for continuing education.
If you have questions about which activities are available for credit on that site, please call 402-559-6565.

Program

 

Title

 

Contact Hours

11CE024a   Physical Therapy in the care of Persons with Hemophilia   1.2
11CE024b   How Does Blood Clot?   0.5
11CE024c   Mechanism of Tolerization and Avoidance of Danger Signals   1.0
11CE024i   Understanding Hemophilia   1.0
11CE024e   An Overview of von Willebrand Disease   1.0
11CE024f   Cell-Based Coagulation   0.9
11CE024g   Inducing and Maintaining Immunological Tolerance   1.0
11CE024h   ATHN: Advancement and Opportunities in HTC Data Management   1.0
11CE024k   Psychosocial Considerations of Aging with Bleeding Disorders   1.0
11CE024l   The Epidemiology of Hemophilia   0.8
11CE024m   Acquired Hemophilia: A Case Presentation   0.6
11CE024n   Bacterimia: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly   1.0
11CE024d-1   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Sports Injuries in People with Mild Hemophilia   1.0
11CE024d-2   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Von Willebrand Disease (Module 1)   1.0
11CE024d-3   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Bleeding Disorders in Women   1.0
11CE024d-4   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Von Willebrand Disease (Module 2)   1.0
11CE024d-5   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Sports Injuries in People with Moderate Hemophilia   1.0
11CE024d-6   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Special Considerations(Module 1)   1.0
11CE024d-7   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Special Considerations(Module 2)   1.0
11CE024d-8   Bleeding Disorders Primer: Emergency Care   1.0
12CE018a   Genetics of Hemophilia   1.0
12CE018b   Psychosocial Considerations for Parents, Children and Preadolescents in Bleeding Disorder Care   1.5
12CE018c   Factor VII Deficiency: Lessons Learned from the International FVII Registry and Seven Treatment Evaluation Registry (STER)   1.0
12CE018d   Optimizing Care for Rare Bleeding Disorders through Harmonization of National and International Registries   1.0
12CE018e   Factor XIII Deficiency   1.0
12CE018f   Dental Management for Persons with Bleeding Disorders   1.0
12CE018g   A School Nurse’s Guide to Bleeding Disorders: Hemophilia   1.0
12CE018i   A School Nurse’s Guide to Bleeding Disorders: VWD   1.0
12CE018h   Hemophilia Comprehensive Care   1.0
13CE032a   Recognition of Bleeding Disorders in the Female Student   0.5
12CE018j   Progression of Hemophilic Arthropathy   1.0
12CE060-1   Facilitating Continuity of Care for Patients with Hemophilia with Inhibitors: Complication in Care and the Potential Utility of Telemedicine   1.0
12CE060-2   It Is a Small World After All: Telemedicine in the HTC   1.25

More information: www.partnersprn.org

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