From Principles to Practice: Preparing for the Advent of Gene Therapy

This activity is intended for hematologists, pediatricians, primary care physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners. It is part of Medscape’s series “Clinical Advances in Gene Therapy for Hemophilia.” Presented through a collaboration between Medscape and the National Hemophilia Foundation, the series includes various discussions relevant to the latest data on gene therapy as well as the practicalities associated with using gene therapy for hemophilia.

Genetic Analysis and Other Diagnostic Tools for Rare Bleeding and Platelet Disorders

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This Second Annual Victor Grifols Roura Medical Preconference Symposium explores the diagnosis and clinical management of patients with rare inherited bleeding and platelet disorders. Faculty will be reviewing the treatments currently available to manage bleeding in these patients and share significant advances being made to improve genetic diagnosis, including valuable insights on how to interpret rare platelet gene panels.

This symposium was made possible only through the generous support of Grifols.

Public Health for Women & Girls

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After a successful public health offering at NHF’s 2019 BDC, NHF decided to collaborate with several national blood disorder advocacy organizations to deliver two public health sessions for chapters and consumers. This session will address women’s issues in public health and was created by the National Blood Clot Alliance, Center for Inherited Bleeding Disorders, Cooley’s Anemia Foundation, Foundation for Women and Girls with Blood Disorders, NHF, and HFA.

Improving Outcomes for Females with Bleeding Disorders in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings

This educational webinar was created to improve the overall knowledge of physicians in evaluating and screening women and girls with heavy menstrual bleeding for a bleeding disorder. The activity is designed to reach those healthcare providers who practice outside of hematology - including registered nurses, other specialists and allied health care providers working in the fields of general medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology and otolaryngology.

CE Module Part II Focused on VWD and other Bleeding Disorders in Women

This activity, “An Introduction to the Recognition, Appropriate Diagnosis, and Timely Management of VWD and other Bleeding Disorders among Women in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings,”  is the second module in a three-part series entitled Improving Outcomes for von Willebrand Disease and Other Bleeding Disorders in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings. Each webinar in this series has been designed to better educate healthcare providers who do not specialize in hematology.

CE Module Part III Focused on VWD and other Bleeding Disorders in Women

This activity, “Advanced Considerations for the Recognition, Appropriate Diagnosis, and Timely Management of VWD and Other Bleeding Disorders among Women in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings,” is the third module in a three-part series entitled Improving Outcomes for von Willebrand Disease and Other Bleeding Disorders in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings. Each webinar in this series has been designed to better educate healthcare providers who do not specialize in the field of hematology.

CE Module Part I Focused on VWD and other Bleeding Disorders in Men

As the first module in a three-part series entitled Improving Outcomes for von Willebrand Disease and Other Bleeding Disorders in Non-Hematology Health Care Settings, this webinar “Symptom Recognition and Appropriate Early Intervention in Males with von Willebrand Disease” is designed to better educate healthcare providers about the symptoms and clinical management of males with von Willebrand disease.