The European Association for Haemophilia and Allied Disorders (EAHAD) is a multi-disciplinary association of healthcare professionals who provide care for individuals with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Its members include hematologists, internists, pediatricians, nurses, physiotherapists, laboratory scientists and researchers from across Europe.
Since its establishment in 2007, EAHAD has worked to improve the situation of people living with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
EAHAD’s work is guided by the following three aims:
- To ensure the provision of the highest quality of clinical care
- By recognising, measuring and addressing the problems of people with haemophilia and allied disorders in Europe, to protect their interests and to ensure the provision of the highest quality of care available.
- To educate the medical community and the general public
- By advancing the education of medical practitioners, clinical scientists, professions allied to medicine and the general public in the knowledge of haemophilia and allied disorders and their treatment.
- To promote scientific research
- By supporting scientific research and auditing into the causes, prevention, alleviation and management of haemophilia and allied disorders and to disseminate the useful results of such research.