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.



Haemophilia Academy 2021

1 November – 5 November 2021
Edinburgh, UK



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.


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Thank you for a fantastic course, I am sad that it's ended. I've learnt so much and it's also made me question things and interrogate my knowledge. Thank you so so so much
2020 Haemophilia Academy Participant
The Haemophilia Academy was absolutely fantastic for me. A lot of great experiences in managing patients with bleeding disorders and discussing with experts.
2015 Haemophilia Academy participant
I feel very privileged to have been a part of such a fascinating and high quality course.
2016 Haemophilia Academy participant
Comprehensive, intensive but a huge amount of fun and a lovely atmosphere. Structure and organisation uncompromised!
2016 Haemophilia Academy participant
I came to expand my knowledge, learn from experts, and form relationships with colleagues from around the world and all of these things happened and exceeded my expectations. This was truly a once in a life opportunity and I have gained so much!
2018 Haemophilia Academy participant
This has consolidated my current knowledge to make me feel more confident in day-to-day management. It has also given me new knowledge and a greater understanding of haemophilia and bleeding disorders. Finally, I have a greater understanding of novel therapies, gene therapy and how the future might look
2019 Haemophilia Academy participant