We develop various resources for groups, including a range of publications for schools, centres and individuals to live well with a bleeding disorder. You can stream our videos on our YouTube channel or below. We also share below helpful resources from other organisations.

What to ExpectBleeding Disorders and Periods

We are really pleased to have collaborated with COR2ED on this fantastic animation video ‘Bleeding Disorders and Periods: What to Expect’.

Developed by experts and in collaboration with patients, it was created to help girls affected by a bleeding disorder understand what to expect from the start of menstruation and what can be done about heavy menstrual bleeding. Take a look and share it with anyone who might be interested.


Period Talka short video for girls about what is ‘normal’

This short video has been produced to educate all girls aged between 13-18 years old on what is normal and what is not with regards to the heaviness of menstrual bleeding. Please do watch and share it. It has been produced by COR2ED, who produce medical education programmes, and it’s themes echo our Talking Red campaign.

Watch the video on You Tube here: Let’s talk about periods

AGM November 2021

Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual Member Conference and Bleeding Disorders Forum in November either in person or virtually. It was great to learn and engage with each other again.

All of the sessions from the day were filmed and are available to view by following the links below.

Trauma, Mental Health and Living with a Bleeding Disorder

Evolution of treatment for haemophilia

Advocating for Change

Von Willebrand Disorder, Update on new guidelines

Mild or moderate bleeding disorder – How will it affect my life?

Physiotherapy best practice – What patients should expect from their haemophilia Centre

10 European principles of care for women and girls with inherited bleeding disorders

Mastering Self-Infusion – courtesy of haemnet

User tutorial of Haemtrack system

Information about using Haemtrack system

BBC Radio Gloucestershire interview

BBC Radio Gloucestershire interview – Liz Carroll, chief executive, The Haemophilia Society, dad and member, Mark Watkins and Tumble Tots franchisee

About Ageing Film

About Inhibitors Film