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22 June 2019 at 10:15 am Belfast FREE FOR MEMBERS

Women with Bleeding Disorders & Carriers’ Event – Belfast

We are really excited to have joined with our friends The Irish Haemophilia Society for our Talking Red event in Belfast. A bleeding disorder is a serious lifelong condition often requiring daily treatment and specialist care. There are a lot of misunderstandings about bleeding disorders and many people don’t know that women are affected too.

When talking about women with a bleeding disorder, we refer to women that are affected by a bleeding disorders irrelevant of the severity. In fact, tens of thousands of women across the UK are living with the symptoms of a bleeding disorder without even knowing it. The Talking Red project was launched to make women more aware of the symptoms of a bleeding disorder – heavy periods, bruising easily and prolonged bleeding after a procedure or childbirth – and to promote better understanding of what it means to live with such a condition.

We will be joined by the following experts: Trish Bell, Haemophilia CNS, Southampton Haemophilia Centre; Lochana Nanayakkara, Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Royal London Hospital London; Dr Joanna Davies, Gynaecologist Registrar Royal Free Hospital, London and Patricia Byrne, Clinical Psychologist/Psychotherapist, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin.

This is a FREE event and all friends and family are welcome to attend! Unfortunately there is no creche available for Talking Red Events.

Contact us at or 020 7939 0780 for more information or follow this link to book your tickets