Programs that provide education in areas of acquired bleeding and coagulation including: warfarin reversal (administration/dosing, acute care surgery, ICH and neurocritical care, emergency department management of bleeding), treatment of direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC)-associated bleeding, bleeding in cardiac surgery, trauma/pre-hospital care, GI bleeding, transfusion medicine, and health economic aspects of blood management and concentrate administration.
Basic science programs with clinical correlation to acquired bleeding/coagulation will also be considered.
Independent Medical Education Grants
Supporting Our Patients
Independent Medical Education Grants are the cornerstone of supporting our patients by providing funds for the continuing medical education of healthcare professionals. They are currently available in the US and Canada.
Grants are issued in support of programs that include, but are not limited to, medical seminars and symposia, grand rounds, sessions at physician specialty meetings and conventions, and programs for which continuing medical education credits are approved.
Educational Grants are funded in a manner that preserves the independence of educational programs from commercial influence and complies with applicable federal and state laws and regulations, accrediting body guidelines for medical education, relevant industry codes, and the CSL Behring US policy on Educational Grants.
Decisions made by CSL with respect to Grant requests are not connected with or conditioned upon past, present, or future prescribing, referring, recommending, contracting, determination of formulary status, and/or utilization of any CSL product.