Welcome to FWGBD!
Thank you for joining FWGBD as a member. Your support makes it possible to enhance knowledge and increase awareness about the unique needs of women and girls with blood disorders. We encourage you to take an active role in FWGBD, make new connections, and enhance your professional development. Together, we can work towards our shared goal of ensuring that all women and girls with blood disorders are correctly diagnosed and optimally managed at every life stage. Have you received your New Member Welcome Resource Kit? Check it out today and explore all of your new member benefits!
Andra H. James, MD, MPH
Co-Founder and 2022 Board President
Connect and Learn
- View our 2021 FWGBD Impact Report
Learn about FWGBD’s impact across the sector in 2021.
- Join Us on Social Media
Follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) to stay up to date on upcoming events, professional education opportunities, and sector research.
- Attend an FWGBD Webinar or Conference
Find FWGBD at an upcoming conference, participate in FWGBD’s free webinars, and earn CME credits.
- Explore FWGBD’s Resource Library
- Review the rich resources offered in FWGBD’s online resource library, with free articles and links available on demand.
- Ask the Experts
Submit your questions regarding the treatment and management of women and girls with blood disorders to our network of experts and experienced providers.
- Explore Free Educational Content
Check out FWGBD's archive of previously-recorded webinars and symposia recordings.
- Apply for a Research Fellowship Award
FWGBD's Promoting XXcellence in Women’s Health: Optimal Management of Women and Girls with Blood Disorders and Bleeding Disorders research fellowship for junior faculty fosters multidisciplinary collaboration and promotes interest in research for women and girls with bleeding disorders.
- Join a Learning Action Network (LAN)
Our Women/Girls Learning Action Networks (LANs) brings together healthcare professionals around a specific agenda in order to harness the power of collaboration, spread practical implementation of best practices, and connect participants to national initiatives and resources. (Note: You must meet certain requirements, including to be a healthcare provider, to join.)