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Research Poster Abstracts

The submission period is now closed. 

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is pleased to announce a Call for Research Poster Abstracts for our 73rd Virtual Bleeding Disorders Conference.

NHF is seeking to showcase important research currently being conducted by physicians, researchers, nurses, physical therapists, social workers and other healthcare professionals in the field of bleeding and clotting disorders. We encourage all members of the community to submit poster abstracts in the following categories:

• Biomedical/Coagulation Research
• Clinical Research/Clinical Trials
• Orthopedic and Physical Therapy
• Psychosocial Issues
• Inhibitors
• New Products
• Quality of Life/ Outcomes Research
• Collaboration/Team Models
• Peer Support/Outreach/Integration Models
• Law/Ethics/Health Policy
• Women’s Research


The benefits of submitting a research poster abstract are:

• All approved poster abstracts will be posted to NHF's 73rd Bleeding Disorders Conference website one month prior to the start of the conference. Approved abstracts will be available online after the conference on the NHF website. The NHF Bleeding Disorders Conference is routinely attended by nearly 3,000 people, including physicians and other healthcare professionals, industry representatives, NHF chapters, patients and families.
• Research posters will be prominently displayed during NHF’s 73rd Bleeding Disorders Conference. All accepted abstracts will be presented as posters during the entirety of the Bleeding Disorders Conference. Author’s posters will be paired with their approved abstract submission and will be sorted by the research category in the virtual poster hall. There will be no oral presentations.


• Individuals who have submitted abstracts have been notified about the decisions made by NHF’s peer review committee.

General questions related to your submission can be sent to: posterabstract@hemophilia.org or call 212.328.3708.


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