No 216 December 2021
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The 20th Australian Conference on Haemophilia, VWD and Rare Bleeding Disorders was held 8-9 October 2021. The event was a great success, with over 30 speakers contributing to a range of stimulating and informative sessions. The Conference is now available to watch on-demand, both for people who registered in advance and to new registrants.
The sessions, virtual exhibition booths, ePosters and Remembrance Service, will be available until April 2022.
EMBRACING A CHANGING WORLD
We have seen substantial change in both the bleeding disorders community and throughout the world since our last conference. COVID-19 and advances in treatment and care have had an impact on everybody. This year's conference took a special focus on these changes, with our theme, Embracing a changing world.
With topics across a range of areas and current issues, the 2021 Conference catered to everyone in our community. Sessions were presented by local and international expert health professionals, as well as by community member leaders. Sessions also included personal stories from people with bleeding disorders, giving a vibrant picture of real-life experience and the impact of these changes.
In this issue of National Haemophilia we hear from delegates about their impressions of the Conference and we have reports summarising the sessions and their key points.
POST CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE
Registration for on-demand access is still open, giving people the opportunity to watch all the plenary and concurrent program sessions until April 2022. Conference satchels with the abstract book can also still be posted on request.
Already registered for the Conference?
Then simply visit the conference portal, log in and click Program on Demand to find and watch sessions.
HOW TO REGISTER
Visit the conference website www.haemophilia.org.au/conference21 for more information about registration and links to the conference portal.
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Date last reviewed: 13 December 2021