The WFH GPAS is part of the WFH strategy of supporting transformational change by equipping and empowering our NMOs and healthcare providers with the knowledge and tools they need to identify, support and treat people living with bleeding disorders in their communities, while promoting global advocacy, exchange and collaboration.
Presentations at the event will centre around improving care and access to treatment. The conference will include speakers and participants from local and international partner organizations, national government representatives, healthcare professionals, WFH NMO leaders, and bleeding disorder advocates. There will be plenary and educational sessions, slam sessions with advocacy cases and key stakeholder discussions (key stakeholder discussions are by invitation only), all focusing on topics related to advancing care and access to treatment around the globe.
The WFH Global Policy and Access Summit (GPAS) is a unique opportunity to inform, discuss, and exchange knowledge on strategies to increase equitable access to care and treatment for the global bleeding disorders community. We look forward to connecting with you virtually this October! To find out more, click here.
The second edition of the WFH Global Policy and Access Summit (GPAS) is supported by funding from the Hemophilia Alliance and its member hemophilia treatment centres (HTCs) across the U.S.A.