Joint Points! Brochure
Get more details on joint anatomy, joint bleeds, and tips for keeping joints healthy in this educational piece aimed at teens but informative for people of all ages
Playing it Safe: Bleeding Disorders, Sports & Exercise
This guide from the National Hemophilia Foundation summarizes the safest—and riskiest—ways for people with hemophilia to participate in a variety of popular activities
Hemophilia: What School Personnel Should Know
Teachers, administrators, and other school staff members will benefit from educational info and detailed practical tips in this comprehensive booklet
Information Booklet on Mild Hemophilia
Developed by the Atlantic Hemophilia Nurses Group of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Hemophilia Care (CANHC), this informative booklet helps people living with the milder forms of hemophilia
When the diagnosis is hemophilia – Suggested questions to ask your nurse: A parent and patient checklist
Learning that your child has hemophilia can be overwhelming at first. Countless questions and concerns may race through your mind during your initial consultation with your nurse advisor. Developed by Bayer HealthCare and endorsed by the Canadian Association of Nurses in Hemophilia Care, this checklist is designed to help you organize your thoughts, ensuring you leave with most of the answers you need
The World Federation of Hemophilia: Guidelines for dental treatment of patients with inherited bleeding disorders
These guidelines provide dentists with a detailed basis for the development of local protocols for the dental treatment of patients with inherited bleeding disorders.
“All About Me”: A booklet for Schoolchildren with Bleeding Disorders
This colourful book is designed to help schoolchildren who have hemophilia explain their condition to their classmates. It was authored by the Atlantic Nurses Group, members of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Hemophilia Care, and produced with an unrestricted grant from Bayer Healthcare
A booklet that answers questions on some aspects of life with hemophilia that can be difficult to discuss. Topics include body art, alcohol and drugs, sex and the emotional impact of hemophilia.