Hematology Education Presentations

Hematology Education Opportunities

Hematology Education Presentations

Hematology Education Opportunities

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Hematology Education PresentationsExpanding Hematology Knowledge

Innovative Hematology (IHI) is committed to partnering with providers across the state to ensure optimal outcomes for many rare disorders. IHI is home to the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center (IHTC), the nation’s largest and Indiana’s only federally-designated hemophilia treatment center (HTC).

Innovative Hematology’s 18 adult and pediatric hematologists routinely share their expertise via Grand Rounds presentations, partnering with healthcare organizations to expand their staff’s knowledge to recognize benign hematologic presentations, understand treatment strategies and consider the impact of research on this area of medicine.

Continuing Education coordinators are encouraged to review the below menu of Hematology Grand Rounds presentation opportunities.


  • A General Approach to Anemia in Pediatrics
  • Iron Deficiency in Children

Bleeding Disorders

  • Bleeding Disorders in Pediatrics: From Birth & Beyond
    Learn how to approach a patient with a possible bleeding disorder through the exploration of hemophilia presentation and treatment as well as von Willebrand disease (VWD) presentation and treatment. Characterize rare bleeding disorders.
  • Ecchymosis, Epistaxis & Bleeding – Oh My!
    Discuss a general approach for evaluation of pediatric patients with bleeding symptoms. Review the interpretation of screen laboratory tests to guide further evaluation. Delineate urgent evaluation and management of the bleeding pediatric patient.
  • Emergency Management of the Pediatric Bleeding Patient
  • Emergency Management of the Adult Bleeding Patient
    Review of massive hemorrhage in the previously healthy patient. Discuss patients with a diagnosed bleeding disorder as well as bleeding on anticoagulants.
  • Hemophilia and Other Bleeding Disorders Overview
    Discuss the pathophysiology of hemophilias, von Willebrand Disease (VWD), and rare bleeding disorders. Delineate urgent evaluation and management of the bleeding adult or pediatric patient and female carriers.
  • Hemophilia: Treatment, New Therapeutics & Optimal Outcomes
    Review the pathophysiology of hemophilia. Discuss current approaches to treatment including newly licensed treatment products. Describe the comprehensive approach to disease management. Explore strategies to improve outcomes (i.e., gene therapy, standardization of care, etc.).
  • Interpretation of Coagulation Labs
  • von Willebrand Disease Management and Other Bleeding Disorders OR Acquired Hemophilias
  • Women’s/Menstrual Health
    An astounding 1 in 5 women with heavy menstural bleeding may have a bleeding disorder. This presentation discusses menstruation, pregnancy, and beyond in exploring the management of women with bleeding disorders. Content also covers the importance of utilizing bleeding scores to quantify blood loss/risk stratification, management.


  • Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT)


  • Strawberries & Blueberries: Every Vascular Anomaly is NOT a “Hemangioma”
  • Hemangiomas, Vascular & Lymphatic Malformations in Children

Sickle Cell Disease

  • Care Guidelines & Emergency Management of Patients with Sickle Cell Disease
  • Sickle Cell Disease and Thalassemias: Past Successes and Future Direction
    Review the most common complications of SCD. Compares and contrasts the treatments for SCD and assesses how research studies will impact clinical care.


  • A Hematologist Approach to Pediatric Stroke
  • Perinatal Stroke: Is it really harmless?
  • Modern Management of Venous Thromboembolic Disease: An Evidence Based Approach
    Treatment of Venous Thromboembolic Embolism (VTE) has changed significantly with the advent of new medications in the post-coumadin era. It is vital for all practitioners to become familiar with these new agents and comfortable with their use and complications. Emerging data can guide therapy and change practice allowing for more effective treatment with fewer side effects and in particular medical emergencies.