Conferences

Conferences are a fantastic way to meet people your own age who share the same experiences as you. HFA runs conferences every 2 years for people with bleeding disorders and their families. Health professionals like doctors, nurses, social workers and counsellors, physiotherapists also attend the conferences along with scientists, people from government, and people from pharmaceutical companies. Conferences provide you with the opportunity to meet other young people, share information and learn from each other. The conferences cover a range of interesting and challenging topics which are presented by experts.

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Youth stories from conference

Wed 4 Nov 2015

2015 marked the 17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on Haemophilia and Related Bleeding Disorders held on the Gold Coast. The youth session discussed being on the move, disclosure and safe risks, with Tim and Jade representing youth across Australia ...... read more

All about the youth session at conference

Mon 26 Oct 2015

The youth session at the 17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on Haemophilia and Related Bleeding Disorders discussed being on the move, disclosure and safe risks. Tim and Jade represented youth across Australia on the panel alongside a nurse, physio,...... read more

Jenna at the 2016 WFH Congress

I was given the opportunity to attend and speak at this year’s World Congress in Orlando. This was my second Congress, after attending ours in Melbourne in 2014. In this post, I’m going to share with you a few parts of this year’s Congress I enjo...... read more


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Date last reviewed: 28/05/2012