WFH World Congress

08 - 11 May 2022Add To Calendar
Montreal Science Centre, Montreal, Canada
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This important event will bring together all members of our community, including patients, hematologists, pediatricians, orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, physiotherapists, dentists, nurses, social workers, psychologists, geneticists, laboratory technicians, researchers, scientists, policymakers, regulators, advocates and industry members. The WFH World Congress is the perfect forum for participants to foster collaboration, extend their network, share knowledge with colleagues, and .. continue reading problem-solve through discussions with delegates from diverse backgrounds. The Congress program will cover the latest developments in our field, current patient healthcare issues, and the challenges ahead for the management and treatment of hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies and inherited platelet disorders. In addition to this rich scientific content, there will also be ample opportunities for participants to make new friends and reconnect with old ones.


09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Estimated Turnout

500 - 1000
Based on previous editions

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Medical & Pharma


May 2022, Montreal Interested
Jun 2020, Online
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Frequency Biennial

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Melbourne, Australia11 - 15 May 2014


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The work of the WFH has a four-tiered approach that can build progressively over time.The WFH serves and supports the needs of all of its NMOs through its global programs and activities.”Underserved” countries may be considered for a Cornerstone Initiative when they, or their regions, demonstrate initiative, motivation and potential to develop basic standards of care.Where there is the initiative, motivation and potential to work more in-depth on improving hemophilia care, countries may be considered for country programs.When a country program demonstrates the potential for establishing a national hemophilia care program that is integrated within the health system and covers all areas of hemophilia care development, it may be considered for the Global Alliance for Progress (GAP) program.


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