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Thank you to everyone who joined us virtually or in-person in Montreal for the WFH 2022 World Congress! We are excited to continue to offer select sessions online until July 11th as a part of our On-Demand package, Please see below for more details.

REGISTRATION FEES

Registration rates are quoted in USD.

Complimentary on-demand

The WFH is offering over twenty recorded sessions from the WFH 2022 World Congress for complimentary viewing as part of its commitment to education and training. Find out which sessions are available by consulting the list. Access will be available until July 11, 2022

$0.00

On-Demand

Catch up on the content you may have missed from the WFH 2022 World Congress! With this option, you can pause, play, fast-forward, rewind, and re-watch recorded sessions. Access is available 24hrs a day until July 11, 2022.

In addition to the complimentary sessions, get access to over 35 specialty sessions. To find out which sessions are available.

 

$310.00

Discounts

 WFH Membership holders

WFH Members help support global initiatives that change and save lives around the world. Your membership entitles you to gain access to valuable benefits, including:

  • On-demand access for 60 days at a reduced rate of $150
  • Online subscription to Haemophilia, the official journal of the WFH
Not a WFH member? Join today! And learn more about your exclusive access here

Passport to the world reduced fees

If you are a citizen of a country with a low-income, lower-middle income or upper-middle income economy (as defined by the World Bank), you may be eligible for a special “Passport to the World fee” (conditions apply). See the list of eligible countries here.

This discount does not apply to accompanying persons, and cannot be combined with any other discount. 

Student

Requirements for registering as a student

This category applies to any person currently involved full-time in a training program for medical education or other disciplines, or in a PhD program. A copy of a student ID, valid at the time of the Congress, will be required. Alternatively, an official document signed by a university department head can be provided. Please submit your proof to the WFH 2022 World Congress Secretariat by email to [email protected]. An original ID must be shown on site.

WFH membership holders

WFH membership holders help support global initiatives that change and save lives around the world. Your membership entitles you to gain access to valuable benefits, including:

  • 10% off selected registration rates (does not include 60-day on-demand content)
  • On-demand content for 60 days at a reduced rate of $150
  • Early access to online housing and event registration
  • Online subscription to Haemophilia, the official journal of the WFH

Not a WFH member? Join today! And learn more about your exclusive access here.
Payment must be made in US$ currency only. The following payment methods are accepted:

  • Credit card: MasterCard and Visa only. The WFH does not accept American Express cards.
  • Electronic funds transfer. Please contact [email protected] to obtain a proforma invoice for payment, specifying the services requested and full contact details. Click here to print WFH bank account information.

PLEASE NOTE: Bank charges are the responsibility of the sender and should be paid at source in addition to the registration fees. On the transfer documentation, clearly indicate the participant’s family name and include the note “WFH 2022 Registration”. Send a copy by email to [email protected] in order to help identify the payment. The WFH 2022 World Congress Secretariat will not be responsible for tracking transfers deposited without appropriate identification.

Please visit our Registration FAQ page.

If your question is not answered on our FAQ page, please direct all enquiries to:

WFH 2022 World Congress Secretariat
World Federation of Hemophilia
1425 boulevard Rene-Levesque West, Suite 1200
Montréal (Quebec) H3G 1T7
Tel: +1 (514) 875-7944, Extension 2834
Fax: +1 (514) 875-8916
Email: [email protected]

Complimentary On-demand sessions

  • Championing Change: Improving Access Globally
  • Changing Treatment, Changes Diagnosis, Part 1
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient Outcomes Through Data: Part 1: WFH Data Collection
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient outcomes through data: Part 2
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient outcomes through data: Part 3
  • Gene Therapy Practical Aspects of Implementations
  • Humanitarian Aid, A pass to sustainable care
  • Improving National Standards of care with WFH Treatment Guidelines
  • Late – Breaking #1 Clinical Research
  • Late Breaking #3 Clinical Research
  • Late-breaking #2 Clinical Research
  • Memorial Art: Remembering the Past, Changing the Future
  • Non-Factor Therapy
  • Pain in Women and Girls with Bleeding Disorders
  • Perspectives on Curing Hemophilia
  • Plenary: Arosenius Lecture: Towards Novel Treatment Options in Von Willebrand Disease
  • Plenary: Gene Therapy – are we ready now?
  • Plenary: Making Unspeakable, the personal journey behind creating a series about the canadian
  • Plenary: Moving on from COVID-19 as a global community
  • Plenary: Therapeutic and Technological Advancements in Hemophilia Care: Quantum Leaps Forward
  • President’s Address
  • Von Willebrand Disease and Von Willebrand Factor
  • VP Medical Address

On-demand sessions

  • Advantages of External Quality Assessment – EQA Programs
  • Big picture initiatives in bleeding disorders
  • Changing treatment, changes diagnosis – Patient Panel
  • Changing Treatment, Changes Diagnosis, Part 1
  • Comorbidities
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient Outcomes Through Data: Part 1: WFH Data Collection
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient outcomes through data: Part 2
  • Data & Demographics Workshop: Improving Patient outcomes through data: Part 3
  • Dental Workshop: The Coronavirus Pandemic – A Global View
  • Diagnosis of rare bleeding disorders
  • Free paper session: Clinical research Championing Change: Improving Access Globally
  • Free Paper Session: Oral Health
  • Gene Therapy Practical Aspects of Implementations
  • Health Issues in women and girls affected by hemophilia
  • Hemophilia gene therapy: Update on new country initiatives
  • Hot Topic Debates
  • Humanitarian Aid, A pass to sustainable care
  • Impact of Novel Therapies on Delivery of Dental Care
  • Improving Access to Dental Care
  • Improving National Standards of care with WFH Treatment Guidelines
  • Inhibitors: Diagnostic challenges, unknowns of inhibitor development, treatment of bleeding and surgery, and insights into diagnosis and treatment in China
  • Intimacy
  • Lab Diagnosis of VWD
  • Laboratory Sciences Workshop: Laboratory Aproaches: Testing, Diagnosis, and Challenges
  • Late – Breaking #1 Clinical Research
  • Late Breaking #3 Clinical Research
  • Late-breaking #2 Clinical Research
  • Liver disease in bleeding disorders
  • Low-dose prophylaxis and antifibrinolytics: options to consider with proven benefits for persons with hemophilia
  • Managing abnormal bleeding in women and girls
  • Managing invasive procedures in hemophilia patients with limited resources, extended half-life concentrates or non-replacement therapies in 2022
  • Managing Muscle Bleeds
  • Memorial Art: Remembering the Past, Changing the Future
  • Minimally invasive dental surgery for PWH
  • MSK Complications – WFH Guidelines
  • MSK Management with and without Technology
  • Musculoskeletal Workshop: The Role of HJHS and HEAD-US – Assessment and Follow-Up
  • Non-Factor Therapy
  • Nurses Workshop: Nurses in the Clinical Setting: Part 1 of 5
  • Nurses Workshop: Nurses in the Clinical Setting: Part 2 of 5: The Hemophilia Game of Life
  • Nurses Workshop: Nurses in the Clinical Setting: Part 3 of 5: The Hemophilia Game of Life Continued
  • Nurses Workshop: Nurses in the Clinical Setting: Part 4 of 5: Challenges of Novel Therapies
  • Nurses Workshop: Nurses in the Clinical Setting: Part 5 of 5: Gene Therapy
  • Pain in Women and Girls with Bleeding Disorders
  • Panel: Managing abnormal bleeding in women and girls Part 2
  • Perspectives on Curing Hemophilia
  • Plenary: Arosenius Lecture: Towards Novel Treatment Options in Von Willebrand Disease
  • Plenary: Gene Therapy – are we ready now?
  • Plenary: Making Unspeakable, the personal journey behind creating a series about the canadian
  • Plenary: Moving on from COVID-19 as a global community
  • Plenary: Therapeutic and Technological Advancements in Hemophilia Care: Quantum Leaps Forward
  • President’s Address
  • Reducing Anxiety and Stress for people impacted by a bleeding disorder
  • Revision Surgery
  • Surgery in an Era of Novel Therapies
  • The challenge of evaluating and managing pain
  • Use of Technology with Patients
  • Von Willebrand Disease and Von Willebrand Factor
  • VP Medical Address
  • VWD: Perspectives on the impact of people with bleeding disorders
  • Women and Bleeding Disorders Workshop: Case Study Discussion for WGBDs
PASSPORT TO THE WORLD – REDUCED FEES*
Registration rates are quoted in USD and expire at midnight Eastern Standard Time (EST).
REDUCED FEES FOR LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES (USD)Early-bird as of
Sept 28, 2021
Regular as of
March 12, 2022
ONSITE as of
May 08, 2022
 In-personVirtualIn-personVirtual*In-person only
Doctor, PAMs (Professions allied to medicine)$390.00$90.00$460.00$130.00$490.00
Person with bleeding disorder and family member, NMO staff and volunteers$75.00$50.00$105.00$70.00$100.00

Registration fees are only valid if both the registration form and full payment are received on or before the specified deadlines. Otherwise, the payment will be treated as a partial payment for the next applicable registration category.

Important information

  • This fee cannot be combined with any other discount
  • Passport to the World Fees only apply to citizens who reside in a qualifying country. See the full list of eligible countries here.
  • Registrants will need to provide proof of citizenship during the registration process (passport or national ID is accepted)
  • The discount can only be applied at the time of registration. Discounts will not be issued retroactively once a registration is completed.
  • The Passport to the World Fee only applies to doctors, HCPs, NMO staff, volunteers, people with a bleeding disorder, and family members. The fee does not apply to accompanying persons or industry staff.
  • Questions? Please contact [email protected]