We are pleased to announce the launch of a new EAHAD membership website.
The new site allows you to easily access the Congress registration platform and benefit from reduced fees for members. It also provides quick links to the most relevant information for members including funding opportunities, upcoming events, and publications.Click here to see the full post
We are very pleased to announce that EAHAD is expanding its team in 2018. We are looking to recruit a Project Manager to oversee EUHASS, a pharmacovigilance program to monitor the safety of treatments for people with inherited bleeding disorders in Europe. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a health-related research environment and will be a self-starter with excellent organisational skills.
The deadline to apply is 14 January 2018 at 23:59 CET.
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The 2016 Annual Report is now available to consult and download.
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.Click here to see the full post
*Deadline extended to 10 January 2018*
EAHAD is excited to announce that our 2018 Congress will feature a half-day workshop for Young Investigators on 6 February on the topic of:
Finding the answer to your question – a workshop on study design
Research projects have the aim to answer questions that are essential for medical progress. To perform a successful research project, it is essential to formulate the right research question and to use the right design for the study.Click here to see the full post
At the 2017 EAHAD Annual General Meeting held in February in Paris, France, Professor Hervé Chambost was elected to the association’s Executive Committee. We took the opportunity to ask him a few questions to get to know him better and find out what motivated him to become involved.
Where do you work?
I work at La Timone Children’s Hospital and in the Faculty of Medicine Aix Marseille University in Marseille, France. My clinical activity is within the Haemophilia Care Centre, which is part of a large Department of Paediatric Haematology and Oncology.
Do you work with adults, children, or both?
The structure is a paediatric one, but we take care of both children and adults.
What is a typical workday like for you?
Combining care, management, research, and teaching makes every day a unique one!
What is the best thing about your job?
The diversity of the job and the enrichment that comes from teamwork.
What is the most challenging part of your job?
To provide the better care to every patient.
What motivated you to become involved in EAHAD?
Networking, research, and international communication is a good way to improve knowledge and optimise care.
Do you have any advice for young doctors entering the bleeding disorders field?
I would encourage them to share their experiences and not hesitate to get involved in the broader bleeding disorders community.
Finally, please answer the following: If I were a glass of wine, I’d be…
A Château Neuf du Pape.
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