No 191 September 2015

In this issue

Are you a member of your local Haemophilia Foundation? Join today! Benefits include (varies between states/territories): Support: family camps, peer…

Haemophilia Awareness Week is an opportunity for individuals and families as well as Haemophilia Foundations and other organisations to take…

GAVIN FINKELSTEIN Gavin Finkelstein is President, Haemophilia Foundation Australia UPCOMING CONFERENCE As I thought about the things to mention in…

The 17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on haemophilia & related bleeding disorders will be held on the Gold Coast…

Several new generation direct acting antiviral (DAA) hepatitis C treatments have now been approved for use in Australia, but Australia…

World Hepatitis Day was marked globally on 28 July 2015. As a Partner in the national World Hepatitis Day Campaign,…

SARAH ELLIOTT Sarah Elliott is Haemophilia Outreach Worker – Northern, Haemophilia Foundation of New Zealand Inc. This article is adapted…

From the HFA and National Blood Authority MyABDR Team WHAT’S NEW? A new version of the MyABDR app was released…

SUZANNE O'CALLAGHAN Suzanne O'Callaghan is Policy Research and Education Manager, Haemophilia Foundation Australia With so many new clotting factor products…

Photo right: Australian Haemophilia Physiotherapists: Cameron Cramey and Abi Polus CAMERON CRAMEY Cameron Cramey is the Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at…

Haemophilia Foundation Australia is embarking on a new National Website project to re-develop the website www.haemophilia.org.au and the youth website…

HANNAH OPESKIN Hannah Opeskin is Health Promotion Officer, Haemophilia Foundation Australia FACTORED IN IMPROVEMENTS Factored In is in the process…

A very big thank you to everyone who participated in the HFA National Community Survey. We received around 200 responses,…

17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on haemophilia & related bleeding disorders 1-3 October 2015 Gold Coast Tel: 03 9885…

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