WFH NETWORK

Welcome page for healthcare professionals

For over 50 years, the WFH has provided global leadership to improve and sustain care for people with inherited bleeding disorders. Learn more about our work.

A suite of resources presenting highlights of the 2014 World Congress in Melbourne is available at the Congress eResources page. It includes a free accredited CME eLearning module entitled “Issues in the Design of Clinical Trials for Hemophilia;” panel discussions between patient advocates, internationally renowned hematologists, and members of the comprehensive care team; webcasts of 30 individual expert presentations; and over 400 ePosters.

The WFH offers free access to many resources in order to share knowledge and build awareness globally through information exchange, education and training. Of particular interest to healthcare professionals are the WFH’s Guidelines for the Management of Hemophilia (revised and referenced in 2012), the Compendium of Assessment Tools, the most recent Global Survey Report.

The About Bleeding Disorders section of our website provides basic information on hemophilia, including carriers and women with hemophilia, inhibitors, and prophylaxis; as well as von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies, and inherited platelet disorders.

Search our library of over 300 publications in six languages for more advanced resources on each of these topics.

For the latest medical news please visit www.hemophiliaworld.org.

Access the WFH’s global treatment centre directory to find colleagues or centres around the world.

We offer various programs to train healthcare professionals in the management and care of people with bleeding disorders. Find out more about our Twinning and IHTC Fellowship Programs.

The WFH works in close cooperation with government agencies, industry, clinicians, and patient groups to achieve both the quality and desired quantity of treatment products. Learn more about Treatment Safety.

Become a member to receive discounts of up to 80 per cent on publications and registration fees for WFH events. Members also receive a discount on Haemophilia, the official journal of the WFH.


Updated December 2015