Integrating Novel Therapies in Hemophilia in the Midst of Bridging Health Inequities

Course Description

As the treatment armamentarium for patients with hemophilia continues to expand, there is an urgent need for healthcare providers to stay up-to-date on the latest advances so that they are prepared to integrate them into clinical practice. To bridge this gap, this interactive educational activity will provide a review of the science surrounding new and emerging hemophilia treatments and their mechanisms of action; recent safety and efficacy data from key clinical trials; and novel dosing strategies to mitigate adverse events. Engaging case-based discussions and insights on addressing common patient barriers and clinical challenges will be explored by expert faculty, including a guest spotlight offering the early perspective.  Thus, this educational initiative is designed to equip providers with the necessary tools to effectively navigate new and novel therapies, overcome patient-level barriers, and optimize adherence for improved patient outcomes.

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