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HCP Resources

HCP Resources


Since 1998, PDSA has been proud to provide invaluable information for ITP patients and their families, including 24/7 support to help patients and caregivers cope with the physical and psychological effects of living with ITP. PDSA is also proud to serve the scientific community of researchers and clinicians as a dependable source for the latest ITP protocols, research and therapies being developed worldwide.

The PDSA Connection: Creating better outcomes for persons with Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP)

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Treatment Guidelines and Professional Practice Consensus

Adverse Event Reporting

The process for reporting an adverse treatment event to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration; includes drug safety information.

Expert Opinions in ITP Management

ITP experts explore disease course and treatments in immune thrombocytopenia.

Research Resources

Research is the key to learning more about what causes ITP and determines effective treatments to manage the rare autoimmune bleeding disorder. Useful tools to access on-going research:

Scientific and Medical Conferences and Meetings

Each year, PDSA participates in conferences and meetings worldwide in order to share and obtain the most current and relevant information on ITP for patients and their families.  Below is a list of organizations that hold annual or frequent conferences and meetings health care providers may be interested in. For information on when and where these events will be held, please view the organization’s website:

PDSA Research: Scientific Posters, Publications, Presentations & Awards

Patient Education Resources

Communicating the intricacies of ITP to patients can be a challenge. The following resources may be helpful in your clinic:

Health Care Provider (HCP) Toolkit

PDSA’s exceptional resources keep practitioners up-to-date on the latest ITP news, disease guidelines, and treatment developments. We fund research to advance future breakthroughs and our distinguished programs and services improve your patient’s understanding and empower them to take control of their condition. PDSA’s extensive library of free educational materials, including patient booklets, fact sheets, and other materials are downloadable. Or contact PDSA to request your toolkit of resources, including:

Or contact us:

8751 Brecksville Road, Suite 150, Cleveland, Ohio 44141
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Note: Many of our free booklets are translated into languages other than English.

Professional Membership

PDSA partners with a wide range of medical professionals globally to help provide resources for their ITP patients and families. Professional membership not only strengthens PDSA, but more importantly, supports our ability to provide those who care for ITP patients with invaluable materials to help them manage their disease.
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