WFH NETWORK

International Healthcare Volunteer Award

Established in 2004, this award honours a volunteer healthcare professional who has contributed significantly to further the mission and goals of the WFH. Candidates for this award include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, social workers, dentists, and other health professionals, who provide care and treatment to people with hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders.

The award is given every two years at the WFH World Congress.


We invite you to nominate a healthcare professional, who has contributed significantly in furthering the mission and goals of the WFH.  Nominees must meet the criteria below in order to be considered.

Criteria

  • A number of years’ involvement in the work of WFH
  • Involvement in one or several areas such as WFH committees and programs on blood safety, communications, healthcare development, fundraising, congress, or WFH national member organizations
  • Nominations for this award are for an individual’s volunteer role with WFH and not for their professional role as healthcare provider or researcher

Not Eligible

  • Current WFH Board members
  • WFH staff
  • Sitting members of MAB

The deadline to submit a nomination is December 12, 2017.

International Volunteer Awards nomination norm 2018 >

Read about other WFH awards

For more information, please contact awards@wfh.org.


Past recipients

2016
Lily Heijnen
The Netherlands

2014
Kevin Rickard
Australia

2012
Piet de Kleijn
The Netherlands

2010
Dr. Mammen Chandy

India

2008
Dr. Man-Chiu Poon

Canada

2006
Dr. Norma de Bosch, Venezuela

Venezuela

2004
Dr. Parttraporn Isarangkura

Thailand

Dr. Carol Kasper
United States


Updated September 2017