In this section you can find out about upcoming events. You can also read reports from some of the events we have run in the past so you can find out a bit more about what to expect.
Almost all our events are free to members and we aim to run a wide enough variety of events that whatever your age, bleeding disorder, or location, there is something for everyone. We can usually help with the costs of travel as well.
Dates for your diary
Haemophilia Scotland invites teenagers aged 12+ affected by a bleeding disorder to scale the heights inside Europe’s largest indoor climbing arena at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena. We’ll hear from a guest speaker, have lunch and enjoy a 2 hour, instructor-led, climbing session.
Haemophilia Scotland has organised this event on November 18th for members to sew reusable sanitary pads for women in Kenya, where 65% of women in rural areas are unable to afford sanitary products
The event will run from 10:30am-3:30pm on the third floor at our Edinburgh office. Feel free to come for as little or as long as you want. Lunch will be provided. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements by emailing email@example.com.
We’ll have someone from Lilypads present to show us how to make the sanitary pads and to answer any questions about the work they do. Material will be provided but we will need a few sewing machines, so please bring one if you have one and are able to.
On November 24th, Haemophilia Scotland invites people affected by a bleeding disorder to a Product Information Day at the Dundee Science Centre.
This will be an opportunity to learn about longer acting therapies, gene therapy and monoclonal antibodies and to answer any questions you might have about products.
Children are welcome as there will be a crèche operating and the chance for them to attend fun science workshops.
Lunch will be provided.
1 December 2018 Haemophilia Scotland/Scottish Infected Blood Forum (SIBF) Joint Campaign Meeting at Apex Haymarket Hotel. 10:30am-3:30pm.
The meeting will bring members of Haemophilia Scotland and the Scottish Infected Blood Forum together to discuss issues related to the contaminated blood and blood products campaign.
Do you have haemophilia B? Mild or moderate, take part in this focus group organised by SOBI at the Principal Grand Central in Glasgow. This event is for patients with haemophilia B or parents of those with haemophilia B.
You will be able to claim for expenses including time, travel and accommodation.
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