CAEP Educational Webinars

CAEP is now proud to offer Live & On-Demand Education Webinars with Interactive Content.

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Featured Programming:


The Bleeding Patient in the ED – When to Worry and What to Do – Dec 8, 2021
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The Bleeding Patient in the ED – When to Worry and What to Do

DATE:  Wednesday, December 8th, 2021         .

TIME:  7pmET | 4pmPT

Learning Objectives 

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Confidently manage patients with a range of potentially dangerous hereditary and acquired bleeding disorders.
  2. Identify appropriate coagulation testing strategies for a patient with unexplained bleeding and a suspected bleeding disorder.
  3. Describe the first- and second-line contents of a therapeutic toolbox for the management of complicated and/or unexplained bleeding in the ED.
  4. Understand when to request transfusion medicine and hematology involvement for patients with complicated bleeding.

Dr. Eddy Lang


Eddy Lang is a Professor and Department Head for Emergency Medicine at Cumming School of Medicine- University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services, Calgary Zone. His areas of interest are knowledge translation, evidence-based medicine and operations research. He is a member of the GRADE working group and has led the development of GRADE-based clinical practice guidelines in pre-hospital care in the US as well as with the International Liaison Committee for Resuscitation.  Dr. Lang is also an award-winning educator having received recognition at both the university, national and international levels.  He also serves as Senior Editor for the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, Associate Editor for both ACP Journal Club and the International Journal of Emergency Medicine. In addition, he is a member of the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC). Dr. Lang chaired the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Conference (CAEP) 2018 and he was appointed as the Scientific Director of the Emergency Strategic Clinical Network ESCN in Alberta.


Dr. Natalia Rydz


Dr. Natalia Rydz is an adult benign hematologist at the Foothills Medical Center, Calgary Alberta, and a Clinical Associate Professor within the Division of Hematology and Hematologic Malignancies at the University of Calgary. She completed her adult hematology training at the University of British Columbia and hemostasis fellowship at Queen’s University, Kingston.

Dr. Rydz is the Medical Director of the Southern Alberta Rare Blood and Bleeding Comprehensive Care Program, which provides care for patients with congenital and acquired bleeding disorders, as well as hemoglobinopathies in a multidisciplinary setting. Her research interests include congenital bleeding disorders and quality improvement in the management of sickle cell disease.

This program has received financial support from Novo Nordisk in the form of an educational grant.

Browse Additional Recordings

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Dr. Adrienne Lee, MD FRCPC: What’s New in Acquired Hemophilia & Rare Bleeding Disorders: Pearls for the Emergency Physician
– 16-March-21

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