Update for applicants
We wished to update you on the format of this year’s Haemophilia Academy. We are pleased to confirm that following further discussions with the Faculty and close monitoring of the government guidance relating to COVID-19, we have proactively made the decision for Haemophilia Academy to be held in a virtual format this year. We are currently revising the agenda accordingly and we are committed to delivering the core elements of the Haemophilia Academy programme in an interactive and engaging format during the virtual training course. As well as delivering the educational content, we will ensure that participants will have the opportunity to make meaningful connections with each other and the Faculty which is an important part of the Haemophilia Academy.
Professor Claude Négrier
The Haemophilia Academy is an annual, haemophilia-focused educational event run by international experts in haematology.
Its aim is to provide specific education and support for haemophilia treaters at an early stage in their career.
The meeting is held over 4.5 days in Edinburgh during the final quarter of every year. The aim of the interactive programme is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills that they need to develop their career in haemophilia and to work together to discuss how to apply this information in a way that will help to optimise patient care.
The Haemophilia Academy is led by a distinguished Faculty of haemophilia experts from around the world.
Haemophilia Academy is entering its 13th successful year. Learn more about the delegate experience from our alumni.