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Using the ISTH VTE Common Data Elements for Research
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When: Thursday, December 10, 2020
13:00 UTC

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Using the ISTH VTE Common Data Elements for Research

December 10, 2020 13:00 - 14:00 UTC


Sam Walters
What are the ISTH VTE Common Data Elements (CDEs)

  • What is a CDE
  • Benefits of using CDEs
  • How the ISTH VTE CDEs were developed


Saskia Middeldorp
Case study on Using CDEs – How the INVENT VTE Network Will Use the ISTH VTE CDEs

  • Short background on INVET VTE
  • Benefits to using CDEs for INVENT VTE
  • Any Challenges to Implementing the Use of CDEs

Moderator: Grégoire Le Gal




Sam Walters
Bio coming soon

Saskia Middeldorp
Saskia Middeldorp is professor of medicine at the Department of Vascular Medicine of the Amsterdam University Medical Centers, University of Amsterdam. She leads the clinical thrombosis and haemostasis research lines of the Department. Her present research focuses on several aspects of hereditary and acquired thrombophilia, women’s issues in thrombosis and haemostasis, and the clinical evaluation of new anticoagulants. She leads the investigator-initiated ALIFE2 and Highlow randomized controlled trials.

Currently, Saskia Middeldorp is chair of the INVENT-VTE network and Associate Editor of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis.

In December 2016, she held the Ham-Wasserman Lecture and received the accompanying award in recognition of pioneering work in inherited thrombophilia at the annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting in San Diego. She is member of the Venous Thrombosis Guideline Coordination Panel and chair of the Thrombophilia Chapter of ASH. Saskia Middeldorp has co-authored the Pregnancy chapter of the ASH pregnancy guideline in 2018 as well as the 9th Edition Antithrombotic Guidelines of the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) in 2012.

Prof. Middeldorp supervises 8 to 10 PhD students and has co-authored over 230 peer-reviewed papers and several book chapters, and reviews manuscripts for international scientific journals.

Grégoire Le Gal
Bio coming soon

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