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Thursday 10 October 2019

Welcome & Exhibition Opening ~ Onsite
Come to see the exhibition and meet people before the conference. This social activity is free for all registered delegates.

Friday 11 October 2019

Plenary and concurrent streams scheduled all day from 8.30am – 5.00pm.

Remembrance Service ~ Onsite
A Remembrance Service is a very special time during our Conference to remember friends and family, and the people we have cared for in our community who have passed away. The service is non-religious and everyone is welcome. It will
be held before the Conference Dinner.

Conference Dinner ~ Onsite
Come and join your fellow delegates for a relaxing and casual night. It’s a great chance for you to talk, share and meet others. Dinner is available at a subsidised cost of $50 per person – this includes food and beverages, so it’s great value. Dinner tickets must be purchased in advance – no tickets will be available during the conference or on the night. Free seating on the night.

Saturday 12 October 2019

Plenary and concurrent streams scheduled all day from 8.30am – 5.00pm.

Men’s Breakfast ~ Onsite  7.00am – 8.20am
Women’s Breakfast ~ Onsite  7.00am – 8.20am
Come along to participate in a panel session and share your ideas and experiences with other men or women! The cost for a subsidised breakfast ticket is $30 per person for a hot plated breakfast. You must book and pay for
your ticket in advance.


The annual meetings of specialist health professionals’ groups will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019:
• Australian Haemophilia Centre Directors’ Organisation
• Australian Haemophilia Nurses Group
• Australian Haemophilia Social Workers’ and Counsellors’ Group
• Australian & New Zealand Physiotherapy Haemophilia Group
• ABDR Data Managers Group.

Program (06/10/19)

Date last reviewed: 6 October 2019

Important Note: This information was developed by Haemophilia Foundation Australia for education and information purposes only and does not replace advice from a treating health professional. Always see your health care provider for assessment and advice about your individual health before taking action or relying on published information. This information may be printed or photocopied for educational purposes.

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