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WFH 2014 World Congress

Melbourne, Australia
May 11-15, 2014

Adherence in Hemophilia Care - Panel Discussion

At the WFH 2014 World Congress, representatives of the comprehensive care team and patient advocates were brought together to discuss issues that influence adherence. Their engaging debate is presented here in two videos.

 
Turning Adherence to Treatment Protocols into Concordance   Is Record Keeping a Key Part of Adherence?


Chair: David Page
Panelists: Kate Khair, Gavin Finkelstein, Paul Wilton, Ed Kuebler and Pam Wilton

The opinions expressed in these videos are those of the individual panelists and not the official position of the World Federation of Hemophilia.

Webcasts of individual expert presentations from the Congress on issues that influence adherence are also available at https://wfh.multilearning.com/wfh.



The Changing Landscape of Hemophilia Care – Panel Discussion

At the 2014 World Congress held in May in Melbourne, Australia, the WFH brought together internationally renowned hematologists and patient advocates to discuss how the landscape of hemophilia care is changing, particularly in light of new treatment products. Their lively debate is presented here in 4 short videos.

 
Impact of new products on patient care   Economics and global access to product
 
Are we closer to closing the gap?   Looking to the future – A paradigm shift in care?

Chair: David Page
Panelists: Brian O’Mahony, Mark Skinner, Alfonso Iorio, Johnny Mahlangu, and Jerry Powell

The opinions expressed in these videos are those of the individual panelists and not the official position of the World Federation of Hemophilia. 

Webcasts of individual expert presentations from the Congress on diverse aspects of the landscape of hemophilia care are also available at https://wfh.multilearning.com/wfh.


WFH 2012 World Congress

Paris, France
July 8-12, 2012


WFH president’s plenary
In his opening plenary, outgoing WFH President Mark W. Skinner boldly challenged the bleeding disorders community to rethink current models of care. He also shared the successes of the WFH’s Global Alliance for Progress (GAP), the flagship development program of the WFH, and announced plans for the second decade of the program.


WFH 2010 World Congress

Buenos Aires, Argentina
July 10-14, 2010

 


WFH President's Plenary

Building our global family by reaching out to women, children and youth and those in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve Treatment for All. The president's plenary is divided into five segments for optimized viewing and sharing. Click here to view the five videos.


Updated November 2014