The healthcare development work of the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is based on a comprehensive development model that aims to achieve sustainable comprehensive care and Treatment for All.
This interactive resource outlines steps to achieving key objectives in six foundational areas, or pillars, for developing national hemophilia care programs: government support, care delivery, medical expertise (including multidisciplinary), treatment products, patient organizations, and data collection and outcomes research.
The WFH produces many educational resources to support the development of WFH national member organizations (NMOs) in these six areas. Now you can explore these resources with a new interactive tool on the WFH website. This tool allows you to select the pillar you want to learn more about, browse sub-topics within that pillar, view the resources associated with each of them, and immediately download or access the online resource(s) you need. You may also find resources to support questions you hadn’t thought to ask or new directions in which to take your project. The interactive nature of the tool makes it easy to browse from one topic to another and back, showcasing a number of different types of resources including publications, videos, webpages, and more.
It is still possible to use the library search function on the WFH website to find resources associated with specific keywords, by a particular author, or with a certain title. This may prove the quickest way to retrieve a favourite WFH resource with which you are already familiar. It also provides the option to download resources in other languages, where available, or to view the full list of resources in any of six languages: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. The interactive resource browsing tool is currently available in English, work is underway to make it available in Spanish and French.
Each WFH resource is created to meet an identified educational need. The interactive resource browsing tool aims to connect each member of the community with the resources that meet their specific needs as they pursue their invaluable work in providing information and sustainable care for people with bleeding disorders.