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Continuing Education

As part of our commitment to education and excellence the AC Forum provides free opportunities for CME credit. All programs require additional registration.

Partnership with freeCE to Offer Accredited Courses

Through our partnership with freeCE, we now offer credit for our select webinars. If you participated in these webinars live, you may now go to the AC Forum freeCE landing page and get pharmacy and nursing continuing education credit for those webinars. You will need to create an account with freeCE to access the programs. There is no cost to register.

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Anticoagulation Forum Conference Highlights 2019

This program features five modules originally presented at the 15th National Conference on Anticoagulant Therapy held April 11-13, 2019 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Each presentation is 25 minutes long and must be watched in its entirety to claim credit. This enduring activity carries a total of 2.5 hours of free continuing education and is available until July 26, 2021.

  • Module 1: Top Papers from the Last Year You Need to Know About, Tracy Minichiello, MD. University of California, San Francisco
  • Module 2: Practical Issues with Transitioning to DOAC Clinic, Lynn Oertel, ANP. Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Module 3: Managing VTE in Cancer Patients, David Garcia, MD. University of Washington
  • Module 4: Clinically Important Drug-Drug Interactions, Sara Vazquez, PharmD. University of Utah Health
  • Module 5: Women’s Health and Anticoagulation, Bethany Samuelson Bannow, MD. Oregon Health and Science University

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VTE Prevention in the Hospitalized Medically III Patient

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
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