2021 Conference

The 20th Australian Conference on Haemophilia, VWD and Rare Bleeding Disorders will take place this year from 8-9 OctOber 2021 virtually.   

We have decided to hold a virtual conference this year due to the uncertainty of the pandemic and we are very excited about the opportunities this provides. Bringing together the different parts of our community with health professionals and other stakeholders has always been stimulating and rewarding for the bleeding disorders community and other stakeholders.  Without the requirement to travel so many more people will be able to participate and contribute to the discussions.  We expect our virtual conference will attract more delegates than usual and create innovative learning opportunities and discussion for everyone. We are confident that nothing will be missing - in fact it will be enhanced.

PROGRAM
We are on the road for a great program with topics across a range of areas and current issues:
• New and emerging treatments
• Managing complications of bleeding disorders
• Approaches to care in the future
• Von Willebrand disease and rarer bleeding disorders
• Living with a bleeding disorder over a lifetime
• Women and girls
• Getting Older
• Staying fit and well
• Participating in clinical trials

The program will include presentations from people living with bleeding disorders as experts, as well as specialist health professionals and others speaking on important matters that affect people living with a bleeding disorder and their families and carers. There will be plenty of opportunities ask questions and find out more.

The program will go over Friday and Saturday between 9am – 5pm. There will be keynote presentations for everyone, followed by concurrent sessions for you to choose from, and there will be breaks in between so you can plan your days. If you miss a session, you can playback later that day and all sessions will be as part of your registration for 6 months, you can log in anytime.

Information Sheet 

TO REGISTER CLICK HERE (online only)
Date last reviewed: 17 June 2021