Quebec section

The Canadian Hemophilia Society – Quebec Chapter (CHSQ) is a grass roots, not for profit organization committed to improving the health and quality of life of all people with inherited bleeding disorders and ultimately to find a cure.


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Rendez-Vous 2019

Summer camp SCHQ 




Edition 2019

CHSQ Summer Camp

The CHSQ summer camp will be held from August 4 to 9, at Camp Trois-Saumons, in the St-Aubert region. Once again this year, the camp is open to children with hemophilia aged 5 to 15 and their siblings. For five days, registered children will be able to have fun and let go of their crazy in a safe environment adapted to their reality, all in the company of our young help-monitor and our specialized nurses.

Early registrations start from the 1st of April and end on the 15th of May 2019. They are possible online via our electronic platform via the following address: www.jedonneenligne.org/schq/camp or by completing and returning the interactive forms : Registration and General information.

Only 25 places are available this year, hurry!

New for this year: you must complete and return the general information sheet with your application.

Simply fill out the interactive form, print it to sign it and return it to us by fax (514 848-9661) or scan it in .pdf format and send it to us by email at the following address : programmes@schq.org . 


Rendez-Vous 2019

Rendez-Vous 2019, hosted by the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS) will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Montreal, between May, 23 and 26, 2019. The CHS is offering 20 youth member the possibility to participate in the activities.

For more information or to request a registration form, please contact Hélène Bourgaize either by e-mail at hbourgaize@hemophilia.ca or by phone at 1 800 668-2686. The deadline to send in your application is March 31, 2019.


Online Survey for persons with Von Willebrand disease

HeaulthPulse is currently looking for people with Von Willebrand disease, type 2 or 3, to participate in an online market research study.

The objective of the study is to gain a better understanding of the needs of Von Willebrand disease with the goal of improving and advancing treatment and care.

All individual responses will be combined and no personal information or individual responses will ever be released to anyone.

If you are interested by the study or if you have any question, you can contact HealthPulse at : info@healthpulse.ca