About Event

Are you a healthcare professional involved in the management of patients with cancer-associated venous thromboembolism (Ca-VTE)?

Join our faculty for a webinar bringing together expert guidance from a variety of specialities, providing an update on the latest clinical data together with an overview of the evolving guideline recommendations for the use of direct-acting oral anticoagulants (DOAC) in this uniquely challenging patient population.

Understand the challenges of treating cancer patients who present with VTE and the limitations of traditional standards of care

Explore the latest data from the key trials shaping the direction of management in this unique patient population

Join our expert faculty in a live, interactive discussion of a Ca-VTE patient scenario highlighting the practical challenges and considerations around anticoagulation therapy throughout the patient journey

This webinar will run on two occasions.

Webinar 2: Global ex. Asia-Pacific:
Tuesday 16 November 2021
19:00–20:15 CET

Agenda

Time
Presentation
Faculty
Start: 19:00 CET
3 min
Welcome and objectives
Giancarlo Agnelli
10 min
VTE in patients with cancer – a unique population
Jean Connors
15 min
Evolution of anticoagulation for the treatment of VTE in
patients with cancer
Giancarlo Agnelli
40 min
Understanding the journey of the patient with cancer
and VTE – an interactive audience discussion
Facilitated by Andrés Muñoz Martin Giancarlo Agnelli
Jean Connors
Colin Church
5 min
General Q&A
All
2 min
Summary and close
Giancarlo Agnelli
End: 20:15 CET
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Speakers

Speaker

Prof Giancarlo Agnelli

Professor, Internal Medicine, University of Perugia
Director, Internal and Cardiovascular Medicine and
Stroke-Unit, University Hospital
Perugia, Italy

Speaker

Dr Jean M Connors

Medical Director, Anticoagulation Management Service
Brigham and Women's Hospital and
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA, USA

Speaker

Dr Andrés Muñoz Martin

Assistant Medical Officer, Gastrointestinal Cancer Unit and
Phase I Unit, Medical General Hospital Gregorio Marañón
Associate Professor of Medicine, Complutense University
Madrid, Spain

Speaker

Dr. Colin Church

Consultant in Pulmonary Vascular and Respiratory Medicine,
Scottish Pulmonary Vascular Unit, Golden Jubilee
National Hospital, Glasgow
Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences), University of Glasgow, UK

Materials

Access a variety of educational resources,
including the latest guidelines, main
clinical studies and key take-aways from
the faculty.