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Testimonials about the course in Haemophilia

An open admission course from Lund University Commissioned Education

Sarah Beaussant-Cohen, France

Why come to Sweden for a course in Haemophilia?
"The course has a great reputation and is internationally recognised. It is sponsored by the industry, but the content is independent, which is very important."

How will the contents of this course contribute to your everyday working life?
"I will bring home state-of-the-art practices for my patients, a better understanding of the guidelines as well as a critical outlook on them."

What do you think about the set-up of the course?
"The set-up of the course is fantastic! The faculty teaches us how to think critically, which is something we can apply to our daily practice."

Michiel Coppens, the Netherlands

Why come to Sweden for a course in Haemophilia?
"I started in this field about two years ago, but have been missing the historical aspects of haemophilia. I knew the current guidelines, but came here to get a comprehensive background on why we are using the practices that we are using.

What is more, it is very interesting to get an insight into the Swedish view on the field of haemophilia. Everyone working with haemophilia knows that Sweden has the highest consumption of factor concentrates – I was interested in hearing the course faculty’s views on how and why."

What do you think of the set-up of the course?
"I love the personal touch that the faculty brings to the course. You can really see their dedication to the disease, their peers and to finding ways to help people suffering from it."

Why is this course useful for practitioners in the field of Haemophilia?
"Haemophilia is a rare disease and it is next to impossible to get an insight on the national level. You really need the world experts, because there is just a handful of them."

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Lund University Commissioned Education

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