Let's Talk Clots 21

6th – 15th October 19:30 BST

Inviting all healthcare and allied professionals to register for the accredited Let's Talk Clots virtual conference.

Thrombosis UK & NHS GIRFT National Thrombosis

Wednesday 13th October 10:00-11:30 BST

Join Thrombosis UK, NHS GIRFT & The VTE Exemplar Network for a virtual meeting launching this important report.

WTD Face Book Live

Monday 11th October 19:00 BST

'Ask The Doctor,' live & interactive with Prof Beverley Hunt OBE & blood clot survivor, James Tyrrell.

Know Thrombosis

Thrombosis remains a major cause of death in the UK yet many people have little or no understanding about the causes and effects of thrombosis, and how it can be prevented.

Everyone should be aware of thrombosis and the potential life threatening and life changing consequences it can cause.

COVID-19, Thrombosis & You

With the extensive impact of the coronavirus, the Thrombosis UK team are striving to provide support and information that may be of help to all those affected by thrombosis and worried about COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine-induced Immune Thrombosis and Thrombocytopenia

Updates, resources, guidelines & information for healthcare professionals.

Patient Films

Have you been recently diagnosed with a blood clot (thrombosis / DVT / pulmonary embolism)?

Thrombosis UK have developed a series of short films to help share information about blood clots.

Donate

Your donation will help us to raise awareness about thrombosis. It will also help to fund research looking at why and how a thrombosis occurs and to educate both Professionals and the Public.

Thrombosis UK receives no government funding and relies entirely on grants and voluntary donations.

Fundraise

By becoming a fundraiser for Thrombosis UK your support will help us continue our research and educational programmes - together can make a difference.

Supporting Thrombosis UK could not be simpler:

  • In the COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support more than ever
  • Every donation and fundraising event makes a difference
  • Money raised supports work to save lives, spread awareness and educate
  • Please Donate
  • Or, join in and Fundraise

If you are planning to raise money for Thrombosis UK, read our Tips for Successful Fundraising

By becoming a fundraiser for Thrombosis UK your support will help us continue our research and educational programmes. Read these inspiring stories from some of our fundraisers.

You can set your own individual challenge to suit you, such as walking 3,000 steps each day or find an event to train and take part in:

Step up to your challenge today and #StepUpToStopClots