Day 1: Monday 1 November
Surgeons’ Hall Complex, Edinburgh

09.30–10.00

Welcome and introduction

Claude Négrier 

Wolfson Hall A

10.00–10.50

The haemostatic system and responses to vascular injury (Keynote lecture)

Keith Hoots

Wolfson Hall A

10.50‒11.05

Q&A

11.05‒11.20

Coffee break

Quincentenary reception area

11.20–12.20

Lab monitoring

(Keynote lecture)

Steven Kitchen

(Guest speaker)

Wolfson Hall A

12.20‒12.35

Q&A

12.35‒13.20

Lunch

13.20‒14.20

Inhibtors
(Keynote lecture)

Margareth Ozelo

14.20‒14.35

Q&A

14.35–14.50

Coffee break

Quincentenary reception area

14.50–16.20

Parallel workshops

 

Inhibitors

Claude Négrier & Stacy Croteau 

Room A

Platelet disorders

Victor Blanchette & Margareth Ozelo

Room B

Management of ageing patients

Keith Hoots & Roseline d’Oiron

Room C

16.20–17.20

Prophylaxis

(Keynote lecture)

Victor Blanchette

Wolfson Hall A

17.20–17.30

Q&A

17.30

Close

Wolfson Hall A

Meals and refreshment breaks will provide additional opportunities for networking.

Day 2: Tuesday 2 November
Surgeons’ Hall Complex, Edinburgh

09.00–10.00

Pathogenesis and natural history of haemophilia

(Interactive plenary)

Keith Hoots

Wolfson Hall A

10.00–10:15

Q&A

10.15–11.10

Women with bleeding disorders (Keynote lecture)

Roseline d’Oiron

Wolfson Hall A

11.10–11.25

Q&A

11.25–11.40

Coffee break

Quincentenary reception area

11.40–12.40

von Willebrand disease

(Interactive plenary)

Stacy Croteau

Wolfson Hall A

12.40–12.55

Q&A

12.55–13.40

Lunch

Wolfson Hall B

13.40–15.10

Parallel workshops

Inhibitors

Claude Négrier & Stacy Croteau 

Room A

Platelet disorders

Victor Blanchette & Margareth Ozelo

Room B

Management of ageing patients

Keith Hoots & Roseline d’Oiron

Room C

15.10–15.25

Coffee break

Quincentenary reception area

15.25–16.25

Rare bleeding disorders (Interactive plenary)

Victor Blanchette

Wolfson Hall A

16.25–16.40

Q&A

16.40–17.25

Haemophilia care in resource-constrained environments

(Keynote lecture)

Margareth Ozelo

Wolfson Hall A

17.25–17.40

Panel discussion

Margareth Ozelo and Faculty

Wolfson Hall A

17.40

Close

Wolfson Hall A

Meals and refreshment breaks will provide additional opportunities for networking.

Day 3: Wednesday 3 November
Surgeons’ Hall Complex, Edinburgh

09.00–09.55

Surgery in haemophilia today

(Interactive plenary)

Claude Négrier

Wolfson Hall A

09.55–10.10

Q&A

10.10–11.40

Parallel workshops

Inhibitors

Claude Négrier & Stacy Croteau 

Room A

Platelet disorders

Victor Blanchette & Margareth Ozelo

Room B

Management of ageing patients

Keith Hoots & Roseline d’Oiron

Room C

11.40–11.50

Group photo

11.50–12.00

Coffee

Quincentenary reception area

12.00–12.50

Pregnancy and delivery

(Interactive plenary)

Roseline d’Oiron

Wolfson Hall A

12.50–13.05

Q&A

13.05–14.30

Poster session and
working lunch

All participants to bring posters for discussion in small groups

Breakout areas

14.30

Networking and
self-reflection

All participants

Meals and refreshment breaks will provide additional opportunities for networking.

Day 4: Thursday 4 November, Clinic Visit
Edinburgh Comprehensive Care Centre, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

09.00–10.00

Tour of the HTC

Organisation of care
(Keynote lecture)

 

 

Claude Négrier

Treatment Centre

Auditorium B

10.00–11.30

Physiotherapy: joint assessment

(Keynote lecture and demonstration)

Jenna Telford

Auditorium B

11.30–11.45

Coffee break

Seminar room 2

11.45–12.45

Radiology

(Keynote lecture)

Ian Beggs

Auditorium B

12.45–13.30

Lunch

 

Seminar room 2

13.30–15.00

Advanced laboratory sessions or parallel clinic sessions x2*

Managing paediatric and adolescent patients with severe haemophilia A on prophylaxis

Susan Baird

Seminar room 3

Clinical genetics

Victoria Cloke

Seminar room 5

15.00–15.15

Coffee break

 

Seminar room 2

15.15–16.45

Advanced laboratory sessions or parallel clinic sessions x2*

Bleeding disorders in adult patients

Andrew Page

Seminar room 3

Managing adult patients with rare bleeding disorders

Ruslan Ganchev

Seminar room 5

16.45

Close

Claude Négrier

Seminar room 2

*Participants will attend either the advanced laboratory sessions or a total of 4 parallel clinical case sessions. Each parallel session is 40 minutes plus break and extra time is included to allow for movement around the hospital.

Day 5: Friday 5 November
Surgeons’ Hall Complex, Edinburgh

08.40–09.00

Ad hoc hot topc

All Faculty

Wolfson Hall A

09.00–10.00

Gene therapy

(Keynote lecture)

Edward Tuddenham

(Guest speaker)

Wolfson Hall A

10.00–10.15

Q&A

10.15‒11.15

Trials and future therapies

(Keynote lecture)

Claude Négrier

Wolfson Hall A

11.15‒11.30

Coffee break

Quincentenary reception area

11.30–12.30

New non-factor replacement therapies for haemophilia

(Keynote lecture)

Stacy Croteau

Wolfson Hall A

12.30–13.10

Q&A

13.10–13.30

Self-assessment

All participants

Wolfson Hall A

13.30–14.00

Lunch

14.00

Summary and close

Claude Négrier

Wolfson Hall A

Meals and refreshment breaks will provide additional opportunities for networking.