You are not alone.

After experiencing a blood clot, it’s normal to have a lot of questions. Many people are left feeling confused about why this happened to them and are anxious about it happening again. Illness-focused support groups can be very beneficial to patients. NATF’s Blood Clot support groups allow patients to:

  • Find accurate information about blood clots
  • Learn about current research from an expert
  • Share first-hand experiences with other patients
  • Help one another cope with the physical and psychological challenges of a clot

We’re proud to offer support groups in:

Interested in starting a Blood Clot Support Group? NATF can help

NATF is looking for patients, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, or family members to help start support groups across North America.

With short appointment times, it can be difficult for patients to get support and the answers they need to understand and process their diagnosis. Patients that supplement appointments with a support group feel more confident, more knowledgeable, and more hopeful about their diagnosis.

If you’re interested in starting your own Blood Clot Support Group, contact us at [email protected] or at 617-730-4120.

Ask The Expert: An Open Forum

Ask the Expert (ATE) is a live quarterly forum where you can ask questions about blood clots and heart health. Through ATE, we hope to more directly connect patients, caregivers, and families with leaders in the thrombosis field. This forum will take the place of our monthly online support group sessions. You can find recordings from past support groups below. To register for Ask The Expert, click on the date below.

Upcoming Ask The Expert Forum
  • Stay tuned for our next quarterly meeting!
Past Ask the Expert Forums

Patient Pulse: Blood Clot Education Series

In early 2020, we replaced our live online support groups with on-demand educational webinars. This new format allows patients, caregivers, and families to access up-to-date information on thrombosis and related conditions whenever and wherever! You can find recordings for the Patient Pulse here.

Past Online Support Group Meetings:

You can still watch recordings of our past online support groups by clicking on the links below: