Unlimited participants from each NMO!
Registration will close on Sunday, 1st November!
We are extremely delighted to invite you to one of the EHC’s most beloved events – EHC Inhibitor Summit. This event has had great success over the past years and it proves how necessary it is for the inhibitor community to come together to share and exchange experiences!
As with all the other EHC events this year, due to the unusual circumstances around the COVID-19 pandemic, we are forced to take the Inhibitor Summit 2020 online – the event will be held in online sessions on 4th, 5th and 6th December 2020!
Despite the online settings, the purpose of the Inhibitor Summit still remains, to offer a special time and space for people with haemophilia who have inhibitors, as well as their family members and caregivers, to build a community, to help to educate and empower themselves and to improve the quality of their lives.
Despite of the limited possibilities of an online event in comparison to a real-life Barretstown experience, we have tried to accommodate as many elements of the programme as possible. We will have an update on the latest in inhibitor treatment, peer to peer sessions, discussions about quality of life and kiddy time!
The first draft of the programme-at-a-glance can be consulted here.
Russian interpretation will be available for the members of the Russian-speaking community.
The Inhibitor Summit, as usual, will be an event dedicated exclusively to people with haemophilia who have inhibitors, their caregivers and family members.
Therefore, we kindly invite each NMO to nominate participants from the below categories:
- An adult with haemophilia who has inhibitors
- A caregiver/partner of an adult with haemophilia who has inhibitors
- A child with haemophilia who has inhibitors
- Parents/siblings of a child with haemophilia who has inhibitors
As the event will be held online, there is no limit to the number of participants from each NMO!
The registration to this event is now open and will close on Sunday, 1 November. Please contact your National Member Organisation in order to register!