Month: April 2013

April 16, 2013
Haemophilia nurses – a hugely professional yet untapped resource

As World Haemophilia Day falls in this week, it seems appropriate to celebrate the professionals in the front-line of improving the lives of people with haemophilia. So let’s have a big hand for the UK’s Haemophilia Nurses’ Association! What do we know about this rare breed? Last year we invited all of the haemophilia nurses …

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April 4, 2013
Trees and next year’s Snippety Bits

Last year, Haemophilia published a paper entitled “Why don’t haemophilia nurses do research?” Based on an HNA survey from a few years ago it explored the systemic, professional and personal barriers that prevented haemophilia nurses from doing one of the things that is fundamental to the CNS role. Funding is one of the barriers mentioned …

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