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E-NEWSLETTER August 2016



Join Millions Around the Globe for World Thrombosis Day on October 13!
Become a Partner, Participate and Help Save Lives

 

With less than two months until World Thrombosis Day (WTD) on October 13, an exciting array of events and activities are under way to help recognize this important awareness movement. With nearly 500 partner organizations from around the world, WTD is committed to raising awareness and improving the understanding of thrombosis around the globe. Join as an official campaign partner – it’s free! Click here to get started.

Plan to Attend the Free WTD Webinar
In recognition of World Thrombosis Day, you are invited to attend an exciting FREE WTD Webinar on October 12, 2016 from 11:00 –12:00 U.S. Eastern Time (15:00 GMT/UTC). Co-hosted by the ISTH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this webinar will explore both the risk and burden of the important topic of thrombosis. The discussion will be led by WTD Chairman Dr. Gary Raskob and will be moderated by WTD steering committee member Dr. Elaine M. Hylek. Plus, don’t miss special remarks by CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden. Click here to register and learn more about this free educational opportunity.

Participate on Social Media
Looking for other ways to support World Thrombosis Day? Add a Twibbon badge to your Facebook or Twitter profile photo and use the official hashtags, #WTDay16, #KnowThrombosis and #KeepLifeFlowing. Click here to get started.

Send Survivor Selfies
If you or someone you know is a survivor of thrombosis, submit a Survivor Selfie or share a personal story by contacting wtd@isth.org. To learn more, visit www.worldthrombosisday.org.

Thank you to our global partners:

 



Secure Host Site Now for an ISTH Training Fellowship and Apply by September 15 ! 

 

Apply by September 15 to be considered for an ISTH Training Fellowship. These fellowships are intended to provide support for short-term training opportunities for early career professionals from high-income economy countries who wish to study at host institutes known for their expertise in thrombosis and hemostasis. You must secure a host site before applying for a fellowship.

A minimum of 10 fellowships will be awarded each year. These grants will provide fellows with financial support for travel, accommodation and living expenses for a fellowship period of up to two months. The application period is open now and ends September 15.

>> Learn more and apply now for an ISTH Training Fellowship

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Join Us for the Free September 7 Webinar on Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia 


Join speakers Tamam Bakchoul and Ismail Elalamy for this insightful webinar, "Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia." The webinar will cover the following:

Part I: Clinical Manifestations
Tamam Bakchoul, University of Tubingen (Germany)
Part II: Laboratory Measurement
Ismail Elalamy, Pierre and Marie Curie University (France)

Moderator: Ketan Kulkarni, IWK Health Centre (Canada)

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from:

>> Register now for this free webinar

>> View archived webinars at your convenience

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Don't Wait! Register for an Advanced Training Course in Oxford or Atlanta

 
 

OXFORD - SEPTEMBER 6-9
GENETICS & PLATELET FUNCTION TESTING 
Hurry! This advanced workshop at St. Anne's College in Oxford, England, UK, will involve discussions on genetics and platelet function testing between clinicians and basic researchers. The course features 12 renowned experts and participants can earn up to 18 hours of CME.

This course is coming soon so register now!

ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 1-4
COAGULATION & BLEEDING DISORDERS 
Register now to attend this Advanced Training Course in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. This three-day course will feature presentations from renowned experts focusing primarily on coagulation, bleeding disorders and venous thrombosis. Participants will have the opportunity to interact and engage with presenters and may earn up to 18 hours of CME.

Learn more info and click here to register.

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The ISTH Awards Yap Yee Yee, MD, with Reach-the-World Fellowship


The ISTH is pleased to announce that ISTH Member Yap Yee Yee, MD, was awarded a Reach-the-World Fellowship. Yap is a hematology trainee at Ampang Hospital in Ampang, Malaysia. As part of her fellowship, she will train for four months at the Perth Blood Institute in Perth, Australia, where she will learn advanced techniques in clinical research of hematological disorders.

"The fellowship is very beneficial towards my hematology sub-specialty training because of the exposure to the clinical research and the field of hemostasis and thrombosis at the Perth Blood institute," Yap said. "I will be fortunate to be able to do the training with professor Ross Baker and other very experienced clinical hematologists."

The ISTH Reach-the-World Fellowship program is supported thanks to an unrestricted education grant from: 

>> Read more about Yap Yee Yee and Reach-the-World Fellowships 

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New! View the Plenary Speaker for the ISTH 2017 Congress in Berlin

Plenary speakers have been confirmed for the ISTH 2017 Congress in Berlin. Click here to view the speakers. Click here to see program topics.

Mark your calendar for July 8-13, 2017 and plan to join us in Berlin, Germany. The ISTH 2017 Congress will be the foremost global meeting in thrombosis, hemostasis and vascular biology, and will be attended by thousands of the world’s experts. You will gain insights into the most recent scientific advances, exchange the latest research and discuss how clinical applications can be best applied to improve the lives of patients around the world. 

Registration and housing open at the end of September.  Abstract submission opens December 1, 2016 and ends February 1, 2017. Plan to join us at ISTH 2017, and together we will transcend scientific boundaries!

>> Visit ISTH2017.org to learn more 

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Participate in Survey of the Management of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Among Pediatric Health Care Practitioners


The Pediatric/Neonatal SSC Subcommittee of the ISTH is conducting an international survey regarding the management of disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) in children. The results will be used to identify challenges in the investigation and management of DIC in pediatric and neonatal intensive care, and to design future studies. Research ethics approval has been obtained.

The survey is intended for physicians who work in direct contact with the patient. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. If you are interrupted, you will be able to save your responses and return later to complete the survey. Click here to participate by September 15 

By completing the survey, respondents will be giving implied informed consent. Anonymity is guaranteed for all participants, and responses will remain confidential. Any reports or publications resulting from this survey will not identify you or your hospital. Thank you for your participation.

For any questions, please email Ziad Solh MD MSc FRCPC FAAP.

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New SSC Recommendations Published in JTH

 

The June issue of JTH featured this new SSC recommendation:

SSC Subcommittee on Women's Health Issues: Management of direct oral anticoagulants in women of childbearing potential 

SSC Subcommittee on Factor VII, Factor IX and Rare Coagulation Disorders: Recommendations for authors of manuscripts reporting inhibitor cases developed in previously treated patients with hemophilia

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Read These Top Articles from JTH Before They Are Printed

 

Stay on top of the latest science by reading these articles from the September issue of JTH:

Bleeding Risk Assessment in Atrial Fibrillation: Observations on the Use and Misuse of Bleeding Risk Scores - G. Y. H. Lip and D. A. Lane

Low performance of bleeding risk models in the very elderly with atrial fibrillation using vitamin K antagonists - J. Jaspers Focks, S. P. G. van Vugt, M. T. H. Albers-Akkers, E. J. P. Lamfers, L. M. Bloem-de Vries, F. W. A. Verheugt and M. A. Brouwer

Proteolysis of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 by Yersinia pestis remodulates the host environment to promote virulence - J. L. Eddy, J. A. Schroeder, D. L. Zimbler, A. J. Caulfield and W. W. Lathem

If you haven't seen the August issue, be sure to read the August Editors' Highlights.

>> Submit an article to JTH

>> Download the JTH App for your iPhone or iPad

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ISTH Members Contribute to Breakthrough Study Published in NEJM  

 

ISTH Members Peter Lenting, Claudine Caron, Jenny Goudemand and Sophie Susen contributed to an important new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), "Von Willebrand Factor Multimers during Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Replacement." 

"The results of this study represent a major breakthrough, as it may simplify the intervention, thereby making the procedure available for many more patients, while at the same time reducing health care costs," said Lenting, an ISTH Council member.

>> Read the article

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Table of Contents
August 2016 Articles

» Join Millions Around the Globe for World Thrombosis Day on October 13!

» Apply for an ISTH Training Fellowship by September 15 and Secure Your Host Site Now!

» Join Us for the Free September 7 Webinar on Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia

» Don't Wait! Register for an Advanced Training Course in Oxford or Atlanta

» The ISTH Awards Yap Yee Yee, MD, with Reach-the-World Fellowship

» Save the Date for the ISTH 2017 Congress in Berlin!

» Participate in Survey of the Management of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Among Pediatric Health Care Practitioners

» New SSC Recommendation Published in JTH

» Read These Top Articles from JTH Before They Are Printed

» ISTH Members Contribute to Breakthrough Study Published in NEJM



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Important ISTH Dates

Regional Training Center Application Deadline
September 1, 2016

ISTH Advanced Training Course in Oxford, UK
September 6-9, 2016

ISTH Training Fellowship Deadline
September 15, 2016

World Thrombosis Day Webinar
October 12, 2016

World Thrombosis Day
October 13, 2016

World Thrombosis Day Twitter Chat
October 13, 2016

VTE Education Symposium in New York City, USA
October 13, 2016

ISTH Advanced Training Course in Atlanta, USA
November 1-4, 2016



New ISTH Members 

Thank you to our new and renewing ISTH members. We hope you'll continue to support the ISTH throughout the year.

To welcome our new members and contact them, please visit this listing.



Related Upcoming Meetings

» 34th International Congress of the ISBT
September 4-8 | Dubai, UAE

» EHA Scientific Conference on Bleeding Disorders**
September 14-17 | Barcelona, Spain

» Platelets 2016: 9th International Symposium**
September 16-20 | Wellesley, MA, USA

» Anticoagulation Management in Primary Care
September 19-21 | Birmingham, England, UK

» 15th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibodies (aPL)
September 21-24 | Northern Cyprus

» British Blood Transfusion Society (BBTS) Annual Conference
September 21-23 | Harrogate, North Yorkshire

» 4th Panhellenic Congress on Thrombosis and Antithrombotic Therapy
September 22-24 | Athens, Greece

» 2016 European Congress on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ECTH)
September 28-30 | The Hague, the Netherlands

» XII Congreso Argentino de Hemostasia y Trombosis
Sept. 28-Oct. 1 | Buenos Aires, Argentina

» Eurothrombosis 2016
Sept. 29-Oct. 1 | London, England, UK

» IUA-SFMV Congress 2016
October 5-9 | Lyon, France

» 23rd International Congress on Fibrinolysis & Proteolysis
October 17-21 | Shizuoka, Japan

** Indicates an ISTH endorsed event

More upcoming meetings online here. To be included, e-mail us here.



EHA Offers Conference Discount for ISTH Members

ISTH members are eligible for a special discount to the EHA Scientific Conference on Bleeding Disorders, September 14-17 in Barcelona, Spain.

The program features the diagnostic and treatment pathways of the broad field of bleeding disorders and provides participants with the opportunity to interact with experts in the various aspects of bleeding disorders.

Click here to register



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