As part of our commitment to education and excellence the AC Forum provides free opportunities for CME credit. All programs require additional registration.
Jointly provided by AC Forum and Society of Hospital Medicine
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Portola Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
This program provides timely, relevant education centered on key issues of VTE prevention in the hospitalized medically ill (non-surgical) patient. This enduring material carries a total of 1 contact hour of credit and is available until September 15, 2020.
Module 1: Prevalence and Policy
Module 2: Risk Stratification
Module 3: Prophylaxis Options
Module 4: Post Hospital Discharge Prophylaxis
Interested in seeing what Boot Camp is all about? Try a sampling of the fundamentals with 2.5 hours of free continuing education.
Module 1: Hemostasis & Thrombosis Fundamentals, Dan Witt, PharmD, University of Utah College of Pharmacy
Module 2: Clinical Application of Anticoagulant Drug Pharmacology, Sara R. Vazquez, PharmD, BCPS, CACP, Univ. of Utah Health Thrombosis Service
Module 3: Reducing Risk & Maintaining Empathy: Legal Perspective, Jim Ruble, PharmD, JD, Associate Professor (Clinical), Pharmacotherapy Adjunct Associate Professor, Medical Ethics and Humanities, Ombudsman, Health Sciences, University of Utah
Jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and AC Forum
Supported by an educational grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Alliance
Our April 2018 Boot Camp featured a Transitions of Care Summit. The program outlines why anticoagulation patients are at increased risk when changing care settings, complexities in care, and best practices for discharge. This enduring material carries a total of 3.25 contact hours of credit and is available until June 25, 2019.
Module 1: Fundamentals of Anticoagulant Therapy: Transitions of Care
Module 2: Care Transitions for VTE Patients: Cases and Panel Discussion
Module 3: Innovative TOC Model Programs
This program provides a concise overview of information presented at our 14th National Conference on Anticoagulation Key insights and updates in thrombosis and coagulopathies, including new research, current controversies, clinical guidelines, and best-practice approaches to patient care are presented by expert faculty in brief, focused, modules. Speaker-provided slides and transcripts are available to download.
Provided through MedEd On the Go, a unique online resource, programs are broken down into modules that are 10 minutes or less. After viewing each short module, you can complete a brief test to earn your credit. This enduring material carries a total of 1.75 contact hours of credit and is available until September 22, 2018.
Module 1: AC Forum 14th National Conference
Module 2: Anticoagulation Service Of The Future: Where Are We? Where Are We Going?
Module 3: 2016 Update Of ACCP Treatment Of VTE Guidelines
Module 4: Duration of Therapy For Venous Thromboembolism
Module 5: DOACs in Special Populations and Special Situations: VTE Treatment in Patients With APA and With Malignancy
Module 6: DOACs Can Be Reversed
Module 7: Rapid Fire-Top Articles You Need to Know
Module 8: DOACs For Atrial Fibrillation, Why Are So Many AF Patients Not on Anticoagulation?
Module 9: The Pendulum Of Bridging Periprocedural Anticoagulant Therapy
Module 10: Double and Triple Antithrombotic Therapy Updated
Module 11: Master Class: DOAC Drug Interactions
Module 12: Hormones and Anticoagulation
Module 13: Anticoagulation Considerations in The Acute Care Setting
Module 14: Why and How to Form a PERT, Pulmonary Embolism Response Team