Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Join fellow SPA members for an evening of learning and fine dining. Bleeding episodes may be common in hemophilia. In this program, learn how a bleed impacts the body, how to recognize and respond to bleeds, and what patients can do to manage their health.


Alisa Riedl, BSN, RN
Senior Clinical Specialist, Takeda
Sponsored by Shire US Inc. No CE is offered for this event.

Alisa Riedl is a senior clinical specialist, working with Takeda for nearly six years. Prior to her current role, she spent almost 10 years at The Oregon Hemophilia Center as a registered nurse, seeing both adult and pediatric patients. Riedl thoroughly enjoys working with patients and families and supporting them as she is able to by providing education about their disease state and overall health and wellness.


Wednesday, May 8, 2019
6:30 p.m.


Spencer’s for Steaks & Chops
322 North Spokane Falls Court
Spokane WA 99201 Spokane, WA 99201


Register online at
You will be required to provide the following:

  • Full name
  • Credential (PharmD, MD, DO, RN, NP, PA, etc.)
  • Practice site address
  • NPI or license number

Registration closes on Friday, May 3, 2019.


This event is free but you must RSVP.
Open to pharmacists, technicians and students.


This program is open to health care practitioners (HCPs) for whom the information presented is relevant to their practice. Spouses or guests cannot be accommodated.

*This is a non-CE program sponsored by Shire US Inc. Shire is prohibited from providing meals to prescribers that are licensed by the State of Minnesota and health care professionals that are licensed by the State of Vermont. Prescribers licensed by the State of New Jersey may not consume a Shire-offered meal in excess of $15.
Shire will collect and report health care professional information concerning meals and other transfers of value pursuant to the Federal Sunshine Act and state laws.

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