Haemophilia Scotland’s mission is to support, inform and advocate on behalf of all people in Scotland living with haemophilia, von Willebrand’s and other bleeding disorders.
We aim to secure the most effective services and treatments for our members by bringing together patients and working with health service providers, suppliers and policymakers to identify and influence ways that improvements to services can be made and people’s quality of life is as good as it can be.
The Trustees and staff at Haemophilia Scotland regularly review our long-term strategic objectives for the organisation to support the changing needs of our members, provide up-to-date and accurate information on current and new treatments or services available, and campaign to improve the overall health of people living in Scotland with a bleeding disorder.
In March 2023, Haemophilia Scotland began work on our new strategic plan for the coming years which we recently presented at our AGM in August. The Strategic Outline sets out the framework which we have built our strategy and the main themes identified as our priority over the next 3 years and can be extended to 5 years as required.
Please be aware that this is an iterative plan can and will adapt and change as needed to reflect changing priorities or new information becomes available.
Alongside the 3-year strategy, a comprehensive short-term operational plan will be developed to outline the means of attaining the main objectives for each individual year. This plan will be presented by the Director as part of Haemophilia Scotland’s Annual General Meetings going forward.