In March 2014, Novo Nordisk and the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) were honored to host Her Royal Highness (HRH) Crown Princess Mary of Denmark as a guest of honor at a special event in New York City. HRH The Crown Princess, a long-standing public health advocate, met with members from the New York City Hemophilia Chapter and recognized Novo Nordisk and NHF for their ongoing partnership to improve hemophilia education, treatment, and care.
At the HERO Summit in June 2013, 48 delegates from 18 countries provided a range of recommendations for areas to focus on to improve psychosocial issues for people living with haemophilia. This video features interviews with key summit delegates and their assessment of how HERO can improve haemophilia care.
This video is number 4 in a series showcasing the outcomes from the US Hemophilia Experiences, Results, and Opportunities (HERO) Summit for Solutions held in May 2013. This video focuses on the impact of pain on the daily lives of people with hemophilia and approaches to better evaluate and manage this common complication.
This video is number 3 in a series showcasing the outcomes from the US HERO Summit for Solutions held in May 2013. This video focuses on improving understanding of the burden of hemophilia on families.
This video number 2 in a series showcasing the outcomes from the US HERO Summit for Solutions held in May 2013. This video focuses on ensuring access to comprehensive care, improving understanding of the burden of hemophilia, and pain management.
This video is number 1 in a series showcasing the outcomes from the US HERO Summit for Solutions held in May 2013. This video focuses on the need for increased education, advocacy, and access to comprehensive care for the hemophilia community.
The HERO study looks at how living with hemophilia impacts a person's life. HERO stands for Haemophilia Experiences, Results and Opportunities. The video contains interviews with people from the haemophilia community in the US.
Interviews with members of the HERO International Advisory Board
Members of the HERO International Advisory Board (IAB) explain their passion for HERO. The interviews were conducted in July 2012 in Paris, France during the World Federation of Hemophilia 2012 World Congress.
Theis Bacher who has haemophilia A, tells his story.
The Buddy Awards celebrate and honour the people who support and care for people living with bleeding disorders such as haemophilia. Inspired by the courage of the haemophilia community, the unique Buddy Awards concept is created by the UK Haemophilia Society and Novo Nordisk in the UK.
The Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation delivers life-changing action to improve access to care together with their partners.