GLHF’s Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference is June 2-4. Registration is Open Until April 24!

Each year Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation hosts the Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference (WBDC) for individuals and families living with a bleeding disorder. The weekend provides an opportunity to attend educational sessions presented by experts, meet with health care and industry professionals, and form important connections with peers who are also impacted with a bleeding disorder.

The 2023 conference will be held at the Kalahari Conventions & Resort in Wisconsin Dells June 2-4. The weekend begins on Friday evening with a welcome reception from 5-7 pm and continues Saturday with a full day of educational programming. Programming wrap ups Sunday morning with breakfast symposiums. Special programming will be provided for children ages 7-15, and child care will be available for children ages 4-6. 

Your $150 registration fee includes one hotel room (additional charge for more than four guests, $25 per person) on Friday and Saturday night, four water park passes, conference programming, child care (ages 4-6), and meals (Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner; Sunday breakfast). The total cost of the weekend is $1,500 for a family of four, making this special rate of $150 contingent on attendance at conference programming.

This special conference registration rate is for individuals and families living with a bleeding disorder, and their household only. You must be receiving care at a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) or reside in Wisconsin to attend. Read more. 

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