WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Clinicians, researchers and educators, allied health professional, nurses, students and trainees in the field of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of thrombotic and bleeding disorders.
18 APR 2017
Speaker slides are now available for download under Programme.
10 APR 2017
Thank you for attending the Thrombosis forum! A link to the evaluation form will be sent to your registered email by 11 April 2017. Kindly complete the form to receive your e-certificate of participation. Should you not receive the link by 11 April, please write in to email@example.com for further assistance.
08 APR 2017
Thank you for your support! The conference was a success because of your strong interest and active participation.
NUHCS-NCISThrombosis Forum 2017 Secretariat
VIEW THE PROGRAMME
NUHCS-NCIS Thrombosis Forum 2017 will be the premier scientific event in the field of anticoagulation and lipid lowering. View the online programme HERE.
SECURE YOUR REGISTRATION
Registration has been closed as the event is fully subscribed! Drop us an email on your name, designation and institution at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you on waiting list.
KNOWING YOUR SPEAKERS
We have a series of passionate and dynamic speakers lined up! Click HERE to read about them.
GETTING TO VENUE
The NUHCS-NCIS Thrombosis Forum is located at the NUHS Tower Block, Auditorium. Visit this page for DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS on how to get there.
Thank you for attending the event!
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We have great pleasure in inviting you to participate in the 2017 NUHCS-NCIS Thrombosis Forum, which is scheduled to take place in Singapore, on the 8th April 2017.
This forum is managed in collaboration with the National University Heart Centre, Singapore and supported by an educational grant from Sanofi and Bayer.
The aim of the meeting is to focus on all aspects of polyvascular thrombotic and non-thrombotic disease, including acute coronary syndromes, atrial fibrillation, stroke, peripheral arterial disease, diabetic vascular disease and venous thromboembolism, from diagnosis and pathophysiology to the current consensus on treatment.
The core topics that will be covered this year are the emerging approaches to anticoagulation and lipid lowering. The invited faculty will highlight current concepts and practical strategies in the effective clinical management of these conditions with to-the-minute updates. The format will be primarily an interactive forum in which you will not only have ample opportunity to fully clarify knowledge gaps but also present the rest of the polyvascular thrombosis community with your key personal and region-specific insights.
We look forward to a stimulating and interactive session, and thank you in anticipation of your invaluable support that will go a long way towards ensuring the success of this forum.