McMaster University 19th Annual McMaster Hematology and Thromboembolism Update 2023

30 $

+ Include: 1 video + 1 pdf, size: 1.89 GB

+ Target Audience: hematologist


+ Include: 1 video + 1 pdf, size: 1.89 GB

+ Target Audience: hematologist

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

Target Audience

Subspecialists, General Internists, Hospitalists, Community Physicians, Primary Care Practitioners, Residents, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Laboratory Technologists involved in the care of patients with hematologic and thromboembolic disease.

Learning Objectives

By attending this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Identify and discuss current trends in hematology and thromboembolism.

  • Recognize which hematologic/thrombotic issues can be managed in primary care and which should be referred to a specialist.

  • Provide practical guidance on the diagnosis and management of common hematological conditions, with a focus on recent innovations.


+ Topics:

*Note: these are continuous video recordings during the conference, they include individual lectures mentioned in the Detail section below

Sept 29.mp4 (9 hours)




08:30–08:50 What’s new in Thrombosis in 2023 Siraj Mithoowani

08:50–09:00 Questions and Answers

09:00–09:20 What’s new in benign hematology in 2023 Eric Tseng

09:20–09:30 Questions and Answers

09:30–09:50 Hematology and Thrombosis considerations in pregnancy Kristine Matusiak

09:50–10:00 Questions and Answers

10:00–10:40 Peri-operative hematology and thrombosis considerations Michelle Zeller and Zachary Liederman

10:40–11:00 MORNING BREAK


Panel: Complex clinical cases *Audience interaction encouraged

Chair: Mark Crowther Vera Dounaevskaia Eric Tseng Deb Siegal

12:00–12:55 LUNCH

12:55–13:40 Breakout Session A

1A Serum Protein Electrophoresis – a practical guide Shreyash Dalmia

2A Errors in prescribing anticoagulants Stephanie Carlin

3A Pathogen-reduced blood components Kathryn Webert

4A Heavy Menstrual bleeding – hematology and thrombosis implications Menaka Pai

Room transition

13:45–14:30 Breakout Session B

1B Thrombophilia testing in 2023 Wendy Lim

2B Restarting anticoagulants after bleeding Deborah Siegal

3B Rare blood products Marissa Laureano

4B Upper limb and superficial thrombosis Rick Ikesaka


14:45–15:05 A practical approach to the hemoglobin electrophoresis for the non-hematologist Sarah Patterson

15:05–15:15 Questions and Answers

15:15–15:35 Approach to low-grade lymphoid disorders Graeme Fraser

15:35–15:45 Questions and Answers

15:45–16:15 Liver disease – hematology and thrombosis considerations Vinai Bhagirath

16:15–16:25 Questions and Answers



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