WFH Congress 2022 – Ambassador Update

The WFH is excited to announce that the 2022 World Congress will take place as scheduled in May 2022!

Around the world, COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are being lifted, and Montreal is no exception. Congress halls, restaurants and other venues are now reopening to their full capacity and travel will be easier starting in March. In many countries, the loosening of restrictions will continue in the coming weeks. After a careful analysis of the current situation and in consultation with key stakeholders, the WFH and the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS) are pleased to announce that the WFH 2022 World Congress will take place as scheduled, in person in Montreal, Canada. For those who will not be able to join us, we will offer select sessions through our virtual platform from May 8 to 11, 2022.

With that being said, we are now able to resume our communications about the upcoming Congress, and would much appreciate your continued support.

Below we have included some sample messages for you to share on any social media networks you’re active on (e.g. WeChat, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter). There are also some visuals attached you can use to accompany your posts. As always, feel free to adapt the post texts as you see fit.

  1. COVID-19 restrictions are lifting, and Montreal is no exception! WFH and CHS are pleased to announce the 2022 World Congress will take place as scheduled, in person in Montreal with select sessions offered on the virtual platform this May 8-11. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3mahjyB
  2. The early bird registration for #WFHCongress2022 has been EXTENDED until March 11, 2022! With borders opening the WFH is excited to welcome the international #bleedingdisorders community and encourage you to register now for up to a 20% discount: https://bit.ly/39SeKvf
  3. Are you working on an ongoing or completed #bleedingdisordes clinical trial? Submit your late-breaking abstract to #WFHCongress2022 and share your meaningful research at the largest international meeting of the bleeding disorders community. Learn more about abstract categories, and submit here before March 2nd: https://bit.ly/3nt1cg8

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