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EAHAD Annual Report – 2018

 

 

In the 2018 EAHAD Annual Report, readers will find information on all EAHAD-related activities of the past year. Some of the highlights include the 11th EAHAD Annual Congress, taking place in Madrid, Spain; the progress made by our working groups and committees; the consolidation of the EUHASS and EUHANET projects under EAHAD; the addition of two staff members to the EAHAD team; information on our funding and organisational structure, and more.

 

Read the 2018 EAHAD Annual Report (interactive flipbook).
Download the 2018 EAHAD Annual Report (PDF).

 

 

 

 

 


EAHAD Annual Report – 2017

 

 

In the most recent Annual Report, readers will find information on all EAHAD-related activities for 2017. Highlights include the 10th anniversary edition of the Annual Congress, which took place in Paris, France; the yearly progress made by our working parties and committees; an update on the impact EAHAD had on its communication platforms; as well as information on our funding and governance structure.

 

Read and download the 2017 EAHAD Annual Report (PDF).

 

 

 

 

 


EAHAD Annual Report – 2016

 

 

This Annual Report is a snapshot of the activities carried out by EAHAD in 2016. It includes statistics from our 9th Congress, which took place  in Malmö, Sweden; a look at what was achieved by our committees and working parties; an update on European haemophilia centre certifications; as well as information on our funding and governance structure.

 

Read and download the 2016 EAHAD Annual Report (PDF).

 

 

 

 

 


EAHAD Annual Report – 2015

 

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The report summarizes the work undertaken by the European Association of Haemophilia and Allied Disorders over the course of the year. Highlights of 2015 included a record-breaking congress held in Helsinki in February, the greater inclusion of multidisciplinary professionals in EAHAD’s governance structure, through the creation of the Physiotherapists Committee and the inclusion of both nurse and physiotherapist representatives on the Executive Committee, and a focus on regional development and collaboration through a joint advocacy visit to Estonia and Latvia in conjunction with the European Haemophilia Consortium and the World Federation of Haemophilia.

 

Read and download the 2015 EAHAD Annual Report (PDF).