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NNHF fellowships - knowledge across borders

As of 2017 the NNHF will incorporate the training elements previously covered through its fellowships and Basic Coagulation Courses into it projects. This means that training needs requiring a period of training abroad, or regional training courses, will now be delivered through NNHF projects.

In the past years NNHF fellowships offered training on haemophilia and allied blood disorders to healthcare professionals from the developing world. Lasting from three to six months, fellowships were hosted by internationally recognised care and treatment centres. Former fellows have included physicians, nurses, laboratory technicians and other members of multidisciplinary teams, all with an interest or experience in haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders.


Demonstrating our commitment to better practice sharing, NNHF fellowships enabled the transfer of specialist knowledge across borders and communities. NNHF fellows subsequently passed on their learning within their own countries, leading to long-term and sustainable change when it comes to improving access to care locally.

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