3rd Annual Norman Bethune Symposium (2014)

Morning Session
1. Introduction
2. Morning Session Chair
3. Case reports
4. “Hemophilia in China – new directions”
5. “Reflections on Hemophilia care in BC”
6. “Experiences with Hemophilia”
7.  Shot-gun talks
8. “Hemophilia – the next generation”

Afternoon Session
1. Afternoon Session Chair
2. “A life-time of Experiences with Ig”
3. “IVIG – How does it work”
4. “IVIG in Neurology”
5. “The Dysfunctional Red Blood Cell Membrane in Hemoglobinopathies”
6.“The Immunologically ‘Invisible’ RBCs”
7. “Baffling cases in the blood bank”


Part 1:

0:00:00 – 0:02:17 | Dr. Ed Conway, Opening Remarks

0:02:18 – 00:04:39 | Dr. Shannon Jackson, Morning Session Chair

0:04:40 – 0:26:32 | Dr. Mohammed Abuhaleeqa “Case Reports”

0:28:54 – 1:19:00 | Dr. Man-Chiu Poon “Hemophilia in China – New Directions”

1:20:40 – 1:44:36 | Dr. Gerry Growe  “Reflections on Hemophilia care in BC”

1:46:50 – 1:58:04 | Mr. Rick Crook “Experiences with Hemophilia”

1:59:35 – 2:17:30 | Shot-gun Poster Presentations


Part 2:

0:01:45 – 0:42:47 | Dr. David Lillicrap “Hemophilia – the next generation”

 


Part 3:

0:00:30 – 0:01:45 | Dr. Mark Scott, Afternoon Session Chair

0:01:46 – 0:29:30 | Mr. Chris Arena “A life-time of Experiences with Ig”

0:31:08 – 01:08:10 | Dr. Don Branch “IVIG – How does it work”

01:09:20 – 1:48:37 | Dr. Cory Toth “IVIG in Neurology ”

 


Part 4:

0:01:24 – 0:48:49 | Dr. Frans Kuypers “The Dysfunctional Red Blood Cell Membrane in Hemoglobinopathies”

0:48:52 – 1:32:30 | Dr. Mark Scott “The Immunologically ‘Invisible’ RBCs”

1:33:05 – 1:48:20 | Dr. Musa Al Zahrani “Baffling cases in the blood bank”

1:49:02 – 2:07:45 | Dr. Natalie Blaszczyk “Baffling cases in the blood bank”

 

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