New Travel Grant Policy: Apply for travel funds to attend any approved educational conference. 
Deadline: Submit Applications Three Months Before Conference Begins.

Each year, many national education conferences and learning opportunities take place. Attending these conferences offers members of the bleeding disorders community and their family a wealth of information and support that they can bring back and share with the local community. The Nevada Chapter has updated it's travel grant policy to allow community members to attend a wider diversity of conferences. Please read the National Educational Conference Funding Guidelines for complete details, eligible conferences, how to apply and more. 

The Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is committed to helping community members participate in these important national learning opportunities. Please see below for a list of resources:

Please contact Betsy at bvandeusen@hemophilia.org if you have any questions about the application or policy.

Application Deadlines:
Please note this list of events is not exhaustive. If you would like to attend an event that isn't listed, please contact us at bvandeusen@hemophilia.org to check eligibility.

NHF's Bleeding Disorders Conference: July 3rd 
Familia De Sangre: June 6th
 


National Travel Grants

PLEASE NOTE: The deadline to apply for travel grants has now passed. For those that applied, you will be notified of your status by the end of June.

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is pleased to offer Connections for Learning and Anna DeSimone Grants for those who want to attend its 70th Bleeding Disorders Conference. NHF’s Bleeding Disorders Conference enables the bleeding disorders community to come together and exchange information on a wide variety of topics, from the basics of hemophilia and von Willebrand disease to the latest research breakthroughs and new drug therapies. Further, the three-day conference provides the premier opportunity for networking and support for individuals and families affected by bleeding disorders.

National Hemophilia Foundation Travel Grants for Annual Meeting