Learning from venous thromboembolism (VTE) claims in primary care – webinar

Webinar resource

On Nov 7 2023, NHS Resolution’s Safety and Learning team, hosted a virtual forum on learning from venous thromboembolism (VTE) claims in primary care.

The purpose was to raise awareness of the cost and scale of harm, discuss the challenges and recommendations around recognition and treatment of VTE in general practice. We heard from a range of experts in the field with experience in developing and spreading best practice.

The format was interactive, with delegate questions and panel discussion.

Programme:
Learning from VTE claims – NHS Resolution
Venous Thromboembolism: the campaign for improvement – Thrombosis UK
Q&A panel discussion

Speakers:
Jo Jerrome – Chief Executive Officer (Thrombosis UK)
Professor Beverley Hunt – Professor of Thrombosis & Haemostasis (Kings Healthcare Partners), Consultant, Thrombosis & Haemophilia Centre (Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, Strategic Lead in Laboratory Haematology, (Synnovis), Trustee & Founder (Thrombosis UK)
Dr Matt Fay – Clinical Director of Cardiology (Westcliffe Health Innovations), Honorary Clinical Lecturer (Warwick Medical School)
Ellen Nicholson – Integrated System Discharge Lead (Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust)
Dr Anwar Khan – Senior Clinical Advisor for General Practice (NHS Resolution)
Samantha Thomas – National Safety and Learning Lead for General Practice (NHS Resolution)

Presentations:

Learning from venous thromboembolism (VTE) in primary care

Thrombosis UK scale of VTE – Prof Beverly Hunt

Learning from venous thromboembolism claims in primary care – Dr Matthew Fay

Venous thromboembolism claims – Ellen Nicholson QN

VTE Exemplar networks – Prof Roopen Arya

The NHS Resolution and Thrombosis UK VTE webinar was a fantastic opportunity for a diverse audience of clinicians from general practice, community, independent and secondary care to learn and share about Venous thrombosis from our expert speakers. The key takeaway was ‘Think Thrombosis!” and ‘safety netting is vital’.

Samantha Thomas, National Safety and Learning lead for General Practice

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