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WFH 2016 World Congress

 

24-28 July 2016 Orlando
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Discussion forum - WFH 2016 World Congress
    Topic - Educational and Communication Models

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Poster: 41
Visits: 11
Title: Responsiveness of people with bleeding disorders and their families to educational modules on psychosocial challenges
Authors: Jessica Morrison , Christa Dardaganian, Angela Forsyth, Mary-Jane Frey, Christine Guelcher, James Hammel, Dana Kuhn, Laurel Pennick, Tony Roland, Michelle Witkop
Centre: National Hemophilia Foundation

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RESPONSIVENESS OF PEOPLE WITH BLEEDING DISORDERS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO EDUCATIONAL MODULES ON PSYCHOSOCIAL CHALLENGES

Jessica Morrison
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Reg: 7/7/2016 7:23:00 PM

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I invite healthcare professionals to open debate around the issues raised in my poster, both those relating to research and to clinical practice.

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