Downloadable Patient Resources

Whether you’re a newly diagnosed ITP patient, a parent of a patient or a medical professional with ITP Patients, we have several easy-to-download resources to help you and your patients during their journey.

Feel free to contact us with other suggestions on resources or if you’d like to see these resources translated into other languages.

Please contact us for further information if you’d like to receive hard copies of either of the below.

Adult Treatment Guidelines

Children Treatment Guidelines

Guidelines for the Management of Adult Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP)
in Australia and New Zealand

ITP Australia new Zealand Treatment Guidelines

American Society of Hematology
2019 Guidelines for Immune Thrombocytopenia

American Society of Hematology 2019 guidelines for immune thrombocytopenia

Newly Diagnosed ITP Patient Brochure (Adults)

ITP Student Fact Sheet

Use at Daycare, School & Before/After School Care

Treatment Information Sheets

There are many treatments currently available for people living with ITP.

These downloadable information sheets are a great tool for both ITP patients and healthcare professionals to help provide a clear and concise view of the effectiveness and side effects of each treatment.

Shared Decision Making Resources

Shared Decision Making Toolkit for ITP Patients

Thanks to the great work done by the ITP Support Association in the United Kingdom, the Shared Decision Making Toolkit is now available worldwide and used by both ITP patients and ITP clinicians.

Grab your copy here and partner it with the ITP Discussion Guide below.

The ITP Discussion Guide - Download

The ITP Discussion Guide - Patient Information Guide

The ITP Discussion Guide - Clinician Information Guide

The Making the right choices in ITP management and care – a shared decision making toolkit for patients has been sourced with permission from the ITP Support Association – https://itpsupport.org.uk/shared-decision-making-with-translated-toolkits/

The New ITP Discussion Guide has been sourced from the ITP Support Association – https://itpsupport.org.uk/the-new-itp-discussion-guide/