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WFH 2018 World Congress: Registration and abstract submission now open!

The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is pleased to officially invite all our international delegates to the WFH 2018 World Congress. Organized by the WFH and hosted by The Haemophilia Society (THS), the WFH 2018 World Congress is the largest international meeting for the global bleeding disorders community, and will take place from May 20 to 24, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. This Congress will mark the first time the Congress will be held in the United Kingdom. The event is expected to bring thousands of participants together from over 134 countries.

Registration for the WFH 2018 World Congress officially opened on May 30, 2017. Make sure to register by November 17, 2017, to take advantage of the early-bird rate and save up to 30% on regular registration. Click here to register now!

The WFH 2018 World Congress program committees have also launched the call for abstract submissions. The abstract submission period will end on November 17, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). Click here for abstract guidelines and submission instructions.

Plan ahead: Hotel and travel

Together with the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau – the official Glasgow 2018 Hotel Agency – the WFH has carefully reserved accommodation in a number of Glasgow hotels for Congress participants. Click on the link below to reserve your hotel securely online now.
www.peoplemakeglasgow.com/WFH2018.

Please note that it is important to make sure you have the appropriate travel documents before you plan your trip to the United Kingdom. If you are not sure if you require a visa, please consult the U.K. government website at: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa.

Open access to webcasts from WFH 2016 World Congress

Check out some of the exceptional content from the WFH 2016 World Congress in Orlando by watching free online webcasts and panel discussions.

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow in 2018!

 

May, 2017

The WFH 2018 World Congress is supported by the Glasgow City
Council and VisitScotland

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