A Patient Videoconference on Inhibitors & New Novel Therapies – Answering Your Questions! (November 2, 2020)


The Perfect Fit – Tailoring hemophilia A management to each unique patient (October 2020 webinars)


2019 Canadian Bleeding Disorder Medical and Scientific Symposium – The dawn of a new era
May 24, 2019 | Montréal, Québec


In my time (CHS Ageing retreat – November 2018)


2nd Canadian conference on bleeding disorders in women
June 1, 2018  |  Québec City, Québec



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2017 Canadian Bleeding Disorder Medical and Scientific Symposium – A brave new world
May 26, 2017 | Toronto, Ontario


2015 Canadian Bleeding Disorder Medical and Scientific Symposium – Living with a bleeding disorder: Changing perspectives
May 29, 2015 | Halifax, Nova Scotia


1st Canadian conference on bleeding disorders in women
May 25, 2012  |  Toronto, Ontario




MyCBDR: the promotional video. The CHS strongly believes use of CBDR and MyCBDR improves patient care and health outcomes. To encourage more patients on home treatment or their caregivers to register for such a useful tool, the CHS produced a promotional video highlighting the benefits of using MyCBDR and showing how easy and fast it is to report bleeds and treatments via MyCBDR.


Me and My Genes – DVD available for order
An interactive animated video providing potential pre-teen and teenage carriers with relevant and age appropriate information about what it means to be a carrier of hemophilia A or B. Available only on DVD.


Hemophilia: What School Personnel Should Know
This video is designed for teachers and other personnel in a school with a student who has hemophilia. Properly informed, school staff can ensure that a child with hemophilia gets the care he needs, and that he feels accepted in his school environment. The video was produced in 2008 by the CHS, in collaboration with parents and hemophilia treatment centre health care providers.


Self-Infusion: Confidence, Autonomy, Freedom
Video starring young people with inherited bleeding disorders describing their journey to learn to self-infuse clotting factor concentrates and the difference this has made in their lives. Produced by the Canadian Hemophilia Society in 2006.


Public Service Announcements (PSAs)
The Canadian Hemophilia Society in 60 seconds