Find wonderful opportunities to travel and work directly with experts in the field as well as feedback from former participants are included. Of course, if you attend one of these, we ask that you also provide your evaluation of the program to the Network so that future trainees can benefit from your impressions about your experience.
Clinical Experiences in Hemostasis and Thrombosis
University-Based Clinical Externships
UNC Chapel Hill
Specialty: Adult Hematology
Description: 1-month outpatient rotation in Classical Hematology. Exposure to a large hemophilia treatment center (HTC), sickle cell center, bleeding and thrombosis evaluations, and a busy Coagulation Lab
Duration & Frequency: 1 month externships available monthly
Contact: Terri King
Non-University-Based Clinical Training
HTRS Trainee Workshops
Description: Trainee-centered didactic workshop for Adult and Pediatric 1st and 2nd year fellows and 3rd year residents
Duration & Dates: 1.5 day workshops twice per year prior to HTRS, THSNA and ASH national meetings
Next Workshop: November 30 - December 1, 2016, prior to ASH 2016
Nomination Due Date: TBD
Supporters: Biogen, Novo Nordisk Inc., Grifols, Baxalta US Inc.
Stay tuned on the HTRS website for more information on the ASH 2016 Workshops or contact: HTRS
The Hematology Fellows Consortium
Sponsor: HTRS with Dr. Craig Kessler, Georgetown University
Description: Workshop for adult and pediatric fellows with a career interest in thrombosis/hemostasis aimed at enhancing networking and collaboration.
Duration & Dates: Annually / 3 days duration
Next Workshop: October 2016
Application Date: TBD
Supporter: Baxalta US Inc.
Center for Advanced Training in Inhibitor Management (CATHIM)
Sponsor: Nationwide Children's Hospital Pediatric Hematology Division and its affiliated institution, Ohio State University School of Medicine
Description: Educational workshop focused on the care of patients with hemophilia and inhibitors. The target audience is physicians in adult and pediatric hematology fellowships, trainees in hematology and immunology and Advanced Practice Nurses. Click here.
Dates: September 9 - 11, 2016
Location: Columbus, OH
Application Date: Registration is first come, first served.
Clinical and Laboratory Update in Thrombosis and Anticoagulation
Sponsor: Mayo Clinic Mayo Medical Laboratories
The target audience is individuals from hospital laboratories, including practicing clinicians, primary care providers, hematologists, cardiologists, neurologists, vascular medicine specialists, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurses, and laboratory scientists. See Agenda here or for more details or here.
Dates: September 7 - 9, 2016
Location: Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Registration deadline is August 15, 2016.
Sponsor: Novo Nordisk Health Care AG
Description: Didactic cource in Edinburgh that provides education aimed at hemophilia treaters at an early stage in their careers
Duration & Dates: Held annually / 4.5 days duration
This year: October 31 - November 4, 2016
Deadline: July 4, 2016
Contact: Haemophilia Academy Programme Director
vWD- From Theory to Clinical Practice
Description: Case-oriented didactic course in Malmo, Sweden
Duration & Dates: 3 days duration annually
Contact: Camilla Mansson
Coagulation Testing Quality Conference and Wet Workshop
Sponsor: Mayo Clinic Medical Laboratories
Description: Hands-on, case-based coagulation testing workshop
Duration & Dates: Held every other even year / 4 days duration
Contact: Mayo Medical Lab Education Department
Clinical Research Training Institute
Description: An educational, mentoring and networking program. Consists of didactic and small group sessions for revising and refining clinical research proposals
Duration & Dates: A year-long program with 3 sessions: 1-week summer session, followed by sessions at ASH and at ASH headquarters in Washington, DC
Contact: See ASH website
Translational Research Training in Hematology
Sponsor: ASH and European Hematology Association (ESH)
Description: A translational research program for junior researchers with emphasis on research principles and ethics, career development and mentorship. Curriculum includes small group sessions, didactics and presentation of research proposals
Duration & Dates: A year-long program with 3 sessions: An intense 1-week spring session, and follow-up sessions and ASH & ESH meetings
Contact: See ASH website