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NHF’s Bleeding Disorders Conference Interactive Program Is Live
NHF's Bleeding Disorders Conference will now be held virtually, and we are excited to offer a large variety of educational sessions for you to experience from the safety and comfort of your home. The week-long virtual Conference will run from August 1 – 8, 2020. We have extended the Conference in order to provide you with as much education as possible, while still being mindful of your own schedule. Sessions will be offered throughout the day as well as during evening hours, allowing access for attendees in different time zones. Don't miss the chance to learn about the latest in treatments and therapies, a gene therapy update, issues facing women with bleeding disorders, how to manage living with VWD, and more.

We are offering our Conference free of charge to consumers, chapters and healthcare providers. Click here to view our rates and register. 
Time to plan your BDC week!
The full program for the virtual Bleeding Disorders Conference is now available online. View and filter the program based on dates, times, and tracks. Start creating your schedule!
We want to make sure everyone has a blast. Going virtual does not mean we can’t have some fun! Make sure to add BDC 2020 Final Night Event, sponsored by Takeda to your Conference schedule. As a bonus, throughout the Conference, attendees who complete session evaluations and visit our virtual Exhibit Hall may receive a conference bag sponsored by Sanofi, a conference water bottle sponsored by Takeda, and other goodies shipped directly to their home*.
*Restrictions and requirements may apply. 
Green Corner

Each year we implement additional green initiatives, hoping to make our Conference more eco-friendly than the year before. With the Conference on a virtual platform in 2020, it’s a great opportunity for all of us to get comfortable with online documents & communication. Starting in 2021, we will be printing a limited quantity of NHF’s BDC Onsite Program book and our NHF Daily to reduce waste. Both will be available this year online.

We encourage our attendees to think of steps they can take to reduce waste. Here are some thoughts:

  • Refer to online versions of BDC documents and communications to eliminate printing

  • Invest in or make a reusable face mask