With increasing patient complexity in the health care environment, one diagnosis that requires particularly complex care is a bleeding disorder. The purpose of this course is for nurses to learn about the causes, types and severity classification of hemophilia, current treatments and important nursing considerations for patients with this disorder.
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Denise Hitch, BSN, RN
Hitch is a registered nurse and has served patients at the East Tennessee Comprehensive Hemophilia Center for the past five years. She has served as faculty for a regional patient education meeting regarding genetics and hemophilia.
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