The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH), in an effort to bring the international bleeding disorders community together at this time with COVID-19, is hosting a six-day virtual summit that is free for attendees to take part in.
This year’s edition of the biennial WFH meeting – originally scheduled to take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – is going online from 14 to 19 June with a series of live and recorded sessions. On The Pulse are delighted to be participating in the programme, which delegates can enjoy from the comfort and safety of their home.
About the WFH going virtual, Laurence Woollard, Director of On The Pulse, said:
“Virtual meetings are becoming the norm under COVID-19. We’re really pleased that the WFH have decided to make their highly anticipated summit a digital event and promote inclusivity by providing free access to members and colleagues. This will ensure the conversation around driving up standards of care at a global level continues with everyone connected. It also inspires further collaboration and knowledge sharing among key stakeholders committed to improving the lives of people living with bleeding disorders.
On behalf of On The Pulse, I’m looking forward to participating as an external speaker in a sponsored educational symposia on 17 June. My talk centres on enabling individuals and their families to make choices about their haemophilia care as part of the decision-making process, in this emerging era of transformational therapies. I hope you will be able join us!”
For further information about the WFH Virtual Summit 2020, its cross-disciplinary content and to register, please click here.
Follow the event on social using the hashtag #WFHVirtualSummit.
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