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Educational Grants 2022

Please note that the closing date for applications has been extended until the 30th of September.  Have you been accepted onto a post second level educational course? Are you going to college? Do you have haemophilia or a related bleeding disorder? Are you a family member of a person with haemophilia or related bleeding disorder? …

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Important Info from NCC

We have been asked by the National Coagulation Centre (NCC) to update members on the contact Details for Niamh Larkin, Advance Nurse Practitioner (ANP) in Haemophilia who manages our severe haemophilia patients on home treatment, which are as follows: Land line: 01 416 2141/01 416 2142 – Ask to speak to Niamh directly . Mobile: …

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New Video Focuses on Transition to Adult Health Services

Brilliant New Video Shines a Light on Transition from a paediatric (children’s) hospital to an adult hospital. Sunday, 17 April marked World Haemophilia Day 2022. This year, the National Coagulation Centre (NCC) at St James’s Hospital and Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) are shining a light on the journey experienced by young people when they transfer …

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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. The Living Well programme supports participants to develop the skills which will help them to …

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