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Representing people living with haemophilia, von willebrand’s and other inherited bleeding disorders

The Irish Haemophilia Society represents the interests of people with haemophilia, von Willebrand’s disease and other inherited bleeding disorders. We provide information, education, publications, outreach and support, advocacy, hospital and home visits and conferences and events for people with bleeding disorders and their families. We aim to assist people with bleeding disorders to be positive and proactive with their health and to maximise their quality of life.

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Upcoming Webinars in January/February

Continuing with our series of Webinars, we have further meetings coming up on; Wednesday, January 26 @ 6PM: ‘Haemophilia in 10 Years’ with Brian O’Mahony To join us for any of these meetings, please use the link & meeting ID Read more >

AGM & Conference 2022

We are delighted to announce that our ‘In Person Annual General Meeting & Conference’ will take place over the weekend of the March 4 – 6, 2022 in the Slieve Russell Hotel in Cavan. As we were unable to hold Read more >

HSE Living Well Programme

Living Well is free, evidence based, group, self-management programme for adults with long-term health conditions. Originally developed at the School of Medicine, Stanford University, USA, this Chronic Disease Self-Management Programme has been available in Ireland since 2005 under various names. Read more >

Hospital Opening Hours for the Christmas Period

As is the season, there will be some changes to hospital opening hours over Christmas. Please see below for details. National Coagulation Centre & H&H Assessment Unit – St. James’s Hospital Thursday 23 December 2021 – as normal (8.30am – Read more >

IBTS to introduce further changes to its donor eligibility policies

  In 2020, a Social Behaviour Review Group was established to review the current blood donor deferral policies of the Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS). The group was Chaired by Professor Mary Horgan and membership included IBTS Donor Consultants, Infectious Read more >

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