Request for Proposals: WFH World Bleeding Disorders Registry
The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is seeking an academic or non-profit institution to develop, implement, and maintain a web-based data system for an international, multi-centre, observational World Bleeding Disorders Registry (WBDR).
The registry will house encrypted bleeding disorder-related patient data from participating hemophilia treatment centres (HTC) around the world. The intent is to develop a database of high-quality real-world data on patients with bleeding disorders to advance the understanding of bleeding disorders worldwide.
For more information and to view the Request for Proposal (RFP), please visit: www.wfh.org/en/our-work/epidemiological-research.
The Proposal submission deadline is Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Potential candidates are requested to submit a Declaration of Interest by Tuesday, January 31, 2017.
Enquiries should be directed to Donna Coffin, WFH Director of Research & Public Policy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for nominations: EAHAD Executive Committee Members
For more information on the nomination process, please click here.
Call for applications: Travel Grants to EAHAD 2017
Travel grants are available to junior physicians and scientists (35 years old or younger), PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, nurses, physiotherapists, and other allied healthcare professionals wishing to attend the EAHAD 2017 Congress taking place in Paris, France from 1-3 February.
Application deadline: 1 December 2016. Click here for more information.
Call for applications: EAHAD Research Grants 2017
The European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders is offering Research Grants of up to €50,000 each to support pre-clinical and clinical scientific projects aimed at improving the care of patients with inherited bleeding disorders. The application process is open to all scientists and healthcare providers working in the field of haemophilia and allied disorders in Europe.
The deadline for 2017 applications is 30 November 2016.
For full details, please see the EAHAD Research Grant Announcement (PDF).
The Journal of Haemophilia Practice (JHP) is a new online journal focusing on the care of people living with bleeding disorders. JHP is published by Haemnet, an independent UK-registered charity that supports education and research for people affected by bleeding disorders, and the professionals who manage them. Haemnet believes that sharing experience benefits everyone. JHP is aimed at all members of the haemophilia multi-disciplinary care team, but offers a particular platform for nurses and physiotherapists to share their work and experience. To this end, we positively encourage submission of small-scale studies, non-traditional research and case studies from across the world. For more information, please visit the journal’s website at www.haemjournal.com