The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program has relaunched an ethics-related educational activity for healthcare providers at hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs).
NHF will showcase important bleeding disorder research currently being conducted by physicians, researchers and other healthcare professionals at the NHF 69th Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL
This update describes wellness not just in terms of the presence or absence of disease or illness but as a multidimensional collection of behaviors that contribute to the quality of life in a person with a bleeding disorder.
Proposals needed for development of a web-based data system for an international bleeding disorders registry.
Nurses can find out more about how best to prepare patients for travel, whether for business or pleasure.
Strategies to help healthcare providers communicate with teens with hemophilia who want to play sports.
This educational opportunity for healthcare providers enhances their knowledge and application of hemophilia treatment guidelines.
The latest educational opportunity for healthcare providers increases knowledge and competence in dealing with patients' joints.
Imagine being able to pop a few capsules in your mouth and be protected from bleeds the way infusions now do.
The Hemostasis and Thrombosis Research Society (HTRS) recently announced the availability of two new clinical fellowship awards (CFAs) in 2017.
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