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Plenary 4 – Where to from here?

1535-1700 | Saturday 9 October, 2021

The conference concluded with 'Plenary 4 – Where to from here?'. Chaired by Dr Ritam Prasad, this plenary looks to the future and what we can expect in the years ahead when it comes to bleeding disorders and treatment. Community members and health professionals share their vision for the future, as well as how we might go about achieving it. These sessions were presented at the 20th Australian Conference on Haemophilia, VWD and Rare Bleeding Disorders, held virtually on 8-9 October 2021. Watch the recording below.

Haemophilia care in 2030

Presented by Prof Mike Makris
Professor of Haemostasis and Thrombosis at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom


Where to from here?

Presented by Dr David Stephenson
Physiotherapist, the Kent Haemophilia and Thrombosis Centre, and the Haemophilia Centre at the Royal London Hospital, United Kingdom


My vision for treatment and care into the future

Presented by community members


Bleeding disorders treatment and care into the future

Presented by Dr Ritam Prasad
Director, Haemophilia Treatment Centre Newcastle, NSW


Where to from here? Achieving the vision

Presented by Sharon Caris
Executive Director, Haemophilia Foundation Australia, East Malvern, VIC


Panel discussion/Q&A



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