Anticoagulation in Practice 2012 is the sixth scientific meeting of Anticoagulation in Practice (AiP) (formerly the Anticoagulation Working Party of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society). General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Biomedical Scientists, Pharmacists and Patients are all invited to attend the meeting at the Wolfson Centre, a state of the art conference facility within the Medical School, University of Birmingham.
Our 2012 programme has been designed to present the latest developments in haemostasis and thrombosis with a focus on the introduction of new anticoagulants. This conference has been designed to present the latest developments in haemostasis and thrombosis.
Who is this conference for?
General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Biomedical Scientists, Pharmacists and patients are all invited to attend Anticoagulation in Practice 2012.
Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre, Wolfson Centre , Medical School, University of Birmingham
Is this course accredited?
£125 per day, or £200 for both days
How to apply
Further information and registration forms are available from:
We advise that you book early as places are strictly limited.
This event is organised in association with The National Centre for Anticoagulation Training (NCAT) and University of Birmingham.
For more information please contact Amy Partleton
Tel: 0121 414 2677