From Zoomer to Boomer: Aging with Hemophilia (Upcoming Webinar from the CDC)
Public Health Webinar Series on Blood Disorders
Bringing Science into Practice
The Division of Blood Disorders is proud to offer this webinar series, providing evidence-based information on new research, emerging issues of interest in blood disorders, as well as innovative approaches to collaboration.
From Zoomer to Boomer: Aging with Hemophilia
February 23, 2023 • 2:00–3:00 PM ET
Please preregister here
Christine L. Kempton, MD, MSc
Professor, Department of Hematology and Medical
Oncology & Department of Pediatrics, Emory
University School of Medicine
Director, Hemophilia of Georgia Center for Bleeding
& Clotting Disorders of Emory
Vice Chair for Faculty Development, Department of
Hematology & Medical Oncology, Emory University
School of Medicine
“Bobby” Duc Tran, MD, MSc
Assistant Professor, Department of Hematology &
Hemophilia of Georgia Center for Bleeding & Clotting
Disorders, Emory University School of Medicine
Through advances in treatment, people with hemophilia are enjoying longer lives. Aging can bring new health concerns such as declining physical and cognitive function, bone loss, and cardiovascular disease. Aging with hemophilia presents unique challenges that require attention by hemophilia providers and treatment centers to successfully support people with hemophilia as they transition through later stages of life.
In this presentation, Dr. Kempton will discuss comorbidities that are either unique to or more common in people with hemophilia, as well as common challenges of aging that may require special attention in the hemophilia population.
- Describe complications of hemophilia that occur with aging.
- Understand the impact of hemophilia on health concerns such as declining physical and cognitive function, bone loss, and cardiovascular disease.
- Describe how aging may impact hemophilia care and the role of the treatment center in supporting aging transition.
This webinar is free and open to healthcare providers, pharmacists, and public health researchers who desire more information about hemophilia. Advance registration is required, and the number of attendees is limited.
Please preregister here: https://bit.ly/3VQ75TW
For more information, please contact Cynthia Sayers: firstname.lastname@example.org