Join us at the National Research Blueprint (NRB) Summit on January 25 – 27 where we will be presenting the progress to date and engage in fruitful conversation to explore the next steps. See the detailed agenda by clicking this link.
Register to the virtual portion of the meeting.
In recent years, the inherited bleeding disorders community has seen significant advancements in care, thanks to new medicines and technologies, and improved diagnostics. Yet there are still important and persistent gaps in care today, particularly for those with rare disorders and underserved populations, such as women with bleeding disorders.
NBDF has taken the lead on a community-driven journey to shape the future of research for bleeding disorders. Our goal is to establish a clear understanding of the most pressing issues challenging people and families with bleeding disorders. This broad effort aims to bring the experiences of people who live with bleeding disorders to the forefront of transformational research and examine where research can have the most community impact.
You can learn more about the National Research Blueprint in a 2023 supplement of Expert Reviews in Hematology.
"There are a lot of opportunities for research to understand more about the experience of living with a bleeding disorder, and to make lives better until we can find a cure."
– Listening Session Participant
How can you participate?
- Join in the process as a lived experience expert! See here for more details and a form to opt-in
- Consider participating in Virtual Advisory Panels and other research projects. For more information, contact NBDF’s Research Department
- Learn more about the NRB process during NBDF’s annual BDC in August – see the online program for more details.
- Many of you offered your thoughts on research priorities as part of the Community Survey in early 2021. Thank you for your participation, view survey results here.
- If you haven’t already, please consider joining Community Voices in Research (CVR) to continue to provide critical data on the community’s most pressing needs.
- Follow NBDF for progress updates. Follow NBDF on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
- Bookmark or Subscribe to NBDF’s YouTube page where you can access the recordings of the State of the Science Research Summit to review the work of well over 150 community members in identifying key research priorities for inheritable bleeding disorders.
- Watch the 2021 State of the Science Research Summit.