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Hemostasis and Thrombosis Committee

To contribute to the continual improvement of patient care and safety by

  • Defining and monitoring the state of the art and emerging technologies in coagulation testing
  • Contributing to the development, maintenance, and enhancement of effective proficiency testing programs in the field of coagulation
  • Providing information and expertise in coagulation and related areas to the CAP and its members
  • Contributing to the continuing education of members of the CAP through Surveys, critiques, publication of articles, chapters and books and participation in CAP educational programs
  • Assisting the CAP in timely and effective submission of information to regulatory agencies
  • Maintaining liaison with other national and international organizations concerned with coagulation

This committee reports to the Council on Scientific Affairs. View a list of the Current Committee Members and find additional resources and information in the Coagulation Topic Center.

Time Commitment Requirements
Number of face-to-face meetings 3
Length of meetings 1 day
Typical meeting days Saturday
Meeting locations At least one meeting is held in Chicago. All take place in the continental Unites States.
Number of conference calls 1
Hours/year of committee work required outside of meetings Members 30+, Vice Chair 45+, Chair 75+
Additional travel or time commitments
  • Attendance at Council on Scientific Affairs Leadership meeting for the chair
  • Attendance at CAP annual meeting
  • Attendance at the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis annual meeting (for liaison member)
  • Attendance at EQUATH annual meeting (for liaison member)
  • Activities of Committee

    • Oversee the coagulation Surveys program from professional and statistical perspective
    • Assess standardization criteria for coagulation testing
    • Contribute to the advancement of coagulation testing by continually providing scientific information for publication in CAP TODAY and Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
    • Monitor current coagulation practices, especially those that could potentially affect patient safety
    • Provide educational seminars to CAP members through annual CAP meeting and educational enhancements on CAP Surveys

    Expertise or Experience

    • Broad knowledge of and desire to promote pathology as a specialty and coagulation as a subspecialty.

    Benefits of Committee Membership

    • Enhance knowledge of coagulation testing, administration of proficiency testing program, operation of CAP, and role of other regulatory agencies
    • Opportunities to network with peers in academia and private practice
    • Opportunities to publish scientific and educational articles

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