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International Hemophilia Training Centre Fellowship Program

Healtcare professionals
Since the program was launched in 1972, over 685 healthcare professionals from 96 countries have received training.

The aim of the International Hemophilia Training Centre (IHTC) Fellowship Program is to give healthcare professionals from developing countries training in the diagnosis and management of hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders.

Each year the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) awards up to 37 fellowships to medical and paramedical staff. Fellows travel to one of 31 designated IHTCs for a four to six-week training in the clinical and paramedical aspects of hemophilia management.

The application period for the 2018 IHTC Fellowship Program is now closed. Successful applicants will be notified in March 2018.

For more information on the application process, click here.


The IHTC Directory has recently been updated! To find out more information on each of the 31 centres click on the IHTC Online Directory >

Fellowship recipients
Program overview
Eligibility/Selection
Frequently asked questions


Articles about IHTC

IHTC Alumni Newsletter, Issue 4
July 2017

IHTC Alumni newsletter, Issue 3
June 2016 

IHTC Alumni newsletter, Issue 2
June 2015

IHTC Alumni newsletter, Issue 1
April 2014

 


Video

The video Leaders in Training documents the positive impact of the IHTC Fellowship Program.

For more information on IHTC fellowships, contact us at ihtc@wfh.org.


Updated November 2017

The IHTC Fellowship program is supported by exclusive funding from: