The Partners Physician Academy (PPA) is offering a new training course for early career physicians practicing in hematology and specializing in bleeding disorders care.

The training will cover the key conditions that physicians treat and manage when working within the hemophilia treatment center network, such as hemophilia, von Willebrand disease (VWD), and rare bleeding disorders.

The five-day program is designed for second-to fourth year fellows and junior physicians for up to two years post-fellowship. It will include multiple components meant to foster engagement and interaction. These will include:

  • Didactic presentations

  • Case discussions

  • Small group breakouts

  • Direct interaction with nationally recognized HTC leaders

  • Sharing of patient and community voices and perspectives

The PPA will feature day long programs dedicated to the following topics:

  • Overview of Bleeding Disorders Care

  • Challenging Cases & The National Landscape

  • VWD & Women’s Health

  • Rare Disorders, Novel Therapies, Clinical Research

  • Clinical Research Studies

The PPA will be held September 23-27, 2024, in Indianapolis, IN. The application period will start on March 19th and end on April 19th at 11:59pm EDT.

Visit the PPA homepage to learn more about the full program, including the detailed agenda and eligibility requirements for participation.

The PPA is supported through the sponsorship of the Hemophilia Alliance and the Alliance Pharmacy. The program is administered by The Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center and Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program.

Source: Partners Physician Academy