Annual EHC Inhibitor Summit
One of the most important objectives of the European Inhibitor Network (EIN) programme is to build and maintain a network of people with inhibitors, their families and caregivers from across Europe. Building a community for this group of patients on a European level is essential, as the numbers nationally are too small and thus prevent EHC National Member Organisations (NMOs) from offering them meaningful support.

By organising an annual Inhibitor Summit, the EHC offers a special time and space for people with haemophilia who have inhibitors, as well as their family members and caregivers, to build a community, educate and empower themselves and to improve the quality of their lives, as well as enable them to become their own strong network.

The Summit programme is different every year and allows for both returning participants and those that are joining for the first time to benefit. The programme is built in a way that accommodates a variety of needs and includes different elements, starting from the latest updates on treatment possibilities, to small group discussions for exchange of information among peers, and leisure activities for the young generation of participants. All this contributes to the aim of building a vibrant community!