On 7 to 9 December, took place the third Inhibitor Summit organised by the European Haemophilia Consortium (EHC). This event brought together close to 150 participants, speakers and facilitators for the biggest European gathering for people affected by rare bleeding disorders and inhibitors. Participants included adults, children, patients, partners, siblings and relevant experts – allowing the group to learn, share and enjoy the community spirit that is becoming evident within this group!

The programme of the Inhibitor Summit consisted of both informational and practical workshops. An important part of the programme will always be dedicated to peer-to-peer sessions and exchange between the participants.

The programme also accommodated a variety of needs:

  • Russian interpretation was available for the members of the Russian-speaking members of the community.
  • Special activity programmes designed for children and teenagers, with the necessary language support provided by the volunteers of the respective NMOs.
  • Socialising and evening programmes.

You can read more about this event on EHC Now!

Pictures of the event can be consulted on the EHC Facebook page.

This event was made possible thanks to educational grants from Roche, Sanofi-Genzime and Shire.