OCT 6-8, 2023

National Conference for Women and Teens with Hemophilia


October 6-8, 2023
Hosted in-person & online
The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport


Conference attendance is open to women, teens, and others with the potential to menstruate who have hemophilia A, B, or rare factor deficiencies including 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 11, and 13. (Excluding factor 5 Leiden.)

¡Las hispanohablantes son bienvenidas a nuestra conferencia! Muchas de nuestras sesiones serán interpretadas simultáneamente para que todas podamos participar juntas.


Women and teens who are eligible to join our special three-day conference will learn from national experts and health care providers, connect with speakers and other attendees, and build community and connection.

The weekend will feature educational sessions on the following topics:

  • Achievements in treatment and diagnosis
  • The role of physical therapy in enhancing women’s and girls’ health over the lifespan
  • Teen girls session track
  • Mental health concerns
  • Reproductive health challenges
  • Research

There is NO CHARGE for this conference – transportation*, hotel and meals are provided for in-person attendees.

*Transportation will be provided free of charge to attendees living within the contiguous 48 states. 


Due to an overwhelming response to our conference, in-person registration is now closed. You are invited to register for the in-person waitlist or for virtual attendance.

All registration will close on Friday, September 8.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Regional Supporter

Community Lead Sponsor

Community Sponsors

Community Supporters

Program Supporters


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