Education and Training
The Haemnet Contemporary Care Course
The Contemporary Care of People with Bleeding Disorders is an annual four-day residential training course that provides focused education on modern haemophilia care for all members of the multidisciplinary team. It complements mainstream advanced university modules available for allied health professionals within the UK and Europe.
To date, 58 allied care professionals have completed the course and feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. The 2019 course is fully subscribed.
Industry support enables us to keep participant fees down to a nominal charge.
The course is complemented by a series of supplementary workshops designed to address the needs of those practising at a more advanced level. These include:
- Paediatric Update
- Ageing and Comorbidities
- Prescribing Update
- Frailty and Resilience.
The ASPIRE Leadership Programme
The ASPIRE programme was established to encourage and support a new generation of haemophilia leaders, committed to improving haemophilia care across the UK, and beyond. It is aimed at those who see themselves not as managers, but as future clinical and/or service leaders, and who are committed to their own development and the improvement of clinical services.[i]
ASPIRE consist of a 6-month programme comprising three workshops, along with facilitated action learning meetings held face-to-face or by video call and an individualised coaching session. To date, 14 allied care professionals have completed the programme and 6 are currently enrolled.
The ASPIRE programme is supplemented by a series of workshops aimed at enhancing excellence in:
- Group Management
- Haemophilia Research