NHF’s Annual Bleeding Disorders Conference (BDC) is our signature event and highlights our strong commitment to education. Leading community members and experts on hemophilia and other bleeding disorders come together every year to present the most recent advances, exchange the latest science and discuss the newest clinical applications designed to improve patient care.
Through an extensive lineup of educational sessions for patients, medical provider, chapters, poster and oral communications, state-of-the-art lectures, exhibits and professional networking opportunities, the Conference promotes important advancement for the community.
HFA’s Symposium is an annual community-centered educational event that draws hundreds of members from the bleeding disorders community together to share information, learn new advancements and build a network of support! For more information on this HFA meeting, please visit their website: www.hemophiliafed.org and click on Programs, Events, Symposium.
HFA VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM 2021: OCTOBER 18-28, 2021 Something for Everyone!
Check out their website for more info www.hfasymposium.org
After the challenges of 2020, we will address the current issues facing parents, adult men and women, young adults, and kids in our bleeding disorders community.
The HFA team is bringing you the latest information on medicine and technology, mental health care, Spanish resources, access to financial resources, barriers to care, and so much more.
SAVE THE DATES! HFA Symposium 2022: APRIL 20-23,2022 San Antonio Texas
When will Symposium be back in person? Shine those boots and saddle up; we’re heading to San Antonio for what is shaping up to be our biggest and best Symposium yet. Mark your calendars April 20-23, 2022, and plan to join us deep in the heart of Texas for our first in-person Symposium since 2019. We’ve missed seeing you all so very much and hope you’re as excited as we are to meet up in-person.
SWOHF is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities for travel to our national organization conferences. These scholarships are awarded by the SWOHF Board after review of all applications received. The scholarships are open to individuals in our community diagnosed with a bleeding disorder who live in the Greater Dayton area and are treated at Dayton Children's HTC or Dayton area hematologist. The scholarship is for.one individual affected by a bleeding disorder and one immediate family member only.
This scholarship award is intended to solely cover:
• Registration to the HFA Symposium or NHF Annual Bleeding Disorders Conference
• Airline Reservations
• Hotel Accommodations
If granted this scholarship, the award is solely for direct expenses: travel expenses and hotel will be paid directly by SWOHF.
Before you apply, please be aware that there will be other costs to attend; for example: meals, taxi/shuttle, baggage, and other miscellaneous expenses. SWOHF is not responsible for any additional expenses of the trip
SWOHF is excited to have the opportunity to offer these scholarships and we are confident that the family selected to attend will come back with greater knowledge and enhanced empowerment!