An educational update session for haemophilia nurses working in paediatric practice, designed to complement the Contemporary Care of People with Bleeding Disorders course.
The meeting content has been developed by Marie Eales and Sarah Pool, and the Haemnet trustees.
There is no charge for attendance, and refreshments will be provided; places are limited and early booking is essential.
|9:30||Registration and coffee|
|10:00||Welcome and overview||Marie Eales / Sarah Pool, Oxford Haemophilia Centre|
|Session 1: New paradigms in care
· Gene therapy
|Dr Ri Liesner, Great Ormond Street Hospital|
|11:40||Session 2: Variations in Practice
· Subcutaneous therapy
· Issues in access
· Tranexamic acid
· Moderate haemophilia
|Marie Eales / Sarah Pool / Alice Wilkinson|
|13:30||Session 3: Working well with other specialties
· Social work
· Play specialists
Sarah Bowman [TBC]
|15:20||Session 4: New Frontiers in Nursing
· Home visits and outreach into the community
|16:00||Round up: What does this all mean for the nurse role?|
The educational component of this meeting is possible thanks to our sponsors:
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
14-17 June 2020
Early bird registration open now: https://www.wfh.org/congress/en/
The Northern Nurses Meeting will take place in Leeds on the 20th May 2020
More information will be shared closer to the date. To register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The HNA Competency Framework allows you to track your own journey to full competence in haemophilia care.
The framework consists of 5 core domains (communication, research, education, support and treatment) and 6 “satellite” domains (women, children, leadership, inhibitors, genetics and physiotherapy).