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Annual Meeting Memories, Session Recordings on Sale
 

Annual Meeting Memories

If you made it to NHF’s 65th Annual Meeting in Anaheim in October, then you know that the three-day event had it all—abundant sunshine, dozens of sessions to choose from, fun social events, and an inspiring Opening Session message from Val D. Bias, NHF’s CEO.

Nearly 3,000 people assembled for the Annual Meeting, whose theme was “United in Progress.” They were unified in wanting to learn more about bleeding disorders, touch base with other families and individuals coping with similar issues, and relax in a setting overflowing with tropical flowers, palm trees and fountains. Not to mention a famous theme park right around the corner.

What’s in store for NHF’s 66th Annual Meeting in 2014 is a happening on the Hill. We will gather in Washington, DC, September 18-20, 2014, within handy public transportation to famous museums, monuments, parks and the zoo. Look for information early next year on registration and hotel accommodations.

See you in DC in 2014!

Educational Sessions on CDs and MP3s

Although this year’s Annual Meeting has come and gone, you can relive it via CD and MP3 versions of your favorite sessions, ones you missed or ones you want to share. Now’s the time to purchase CDs or MP3 downloads through our session taping vendor, Hungry Mind Recordings, Inc.

All approved educational sessions are recorded. They are reasonably priced at $12 for CDs, $10 for MP3 downloads. Click here to order recordings from NHF’s 2013 Annual Meeting, and from previous annual meetings, going back to 2009.

Get them while you can! This offer expires on Monday, January 6, 2014.
 

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