Leading excellence in

VTE prevention and care

VTE Exemplar centres form a diverse and enlightened network of hospitals that have an existing track record of excellence in VTE prevention and care, offer practical support and advice to other centres by sharing their resources, and collaborate on clinical research into VTE prevention

Become an

Exemplar Centre

With 34 exemplar centres across the UK, find out what it takes to join our network

/

Network leadership to

reduce avoidable death,

disability and chronic ill-health

from hospital-associated VTE

Latest

NEWS

Upcoming

Events

04May 2020

Let’s Talk Clots National Thrombosis Conferences for HCPs 4th – 10th May 2020

As part of Thrombosis UK's Let's Talk About Clots campaign,...

Read More

31December 2020

2020 is the WHO Year of the Nurse and Midwife

In recognition of the vital role that nurses and midwives...

Read More

Splat the Clot - Raising VTE Awareness at the Spire Alexandra Hospital, Kent

In

FOCUS

Raising VTE Awareness at the Spire Alexandra Hospital, Kent.

Our pro-active and innovative VTE committee members work hard to ensure all VTE related matters are both taken seriously and communicated well to our patients, relatives, staff and visitors.

Exemplar Centre

LOCATIONS

Video

Watch All

eLearning

This e-Learning resource is designed to help nurses, pharmacists and junior doctors understand quickly the concept of hospital-associated venous thromboembolism, how to prevent it and how to aid quality assurance through audit.

View All

VTE National Nursing & Midwifery Network

Working in conjunction with the Department of Health, the RCN, Thrombosis UK and the VTE nursing and midwifery leads from the Exemplar Centres, the VTE National Nursing and Midwifery Network aims to provide nursing and midwifery leadership and innovation in VTE prevention nationally.

VTE England

VTE Exemplar centres form a diverse and enlightened network of hospitals that have an existing track record of excellence in VTE prevention and care, offer practical support and advice to other centres by sharing their resources, and collaborate on clinical research into VTE prevention.

Member centres include both public and private sector organisations, large teaching hospital trusts, specialist centres and district general hospitals throughout England and Wales. The network is currently led by Professor Roopen Arya, Director King’s Thrombosis Centre.

Contact Us

I confirm I have read and accept the Privacy Policy Statement and consent to my information being used to contact me regarding my enquiry

  • CREATE.
  • DEVELOP.
  • DELIVER.