Your voice, their care

‘Your voice, their care’ downloadable guide

As the partner of a person living with haemophilia, you are likely to be aware of their regular appointments with their specialist healthcare team at a haemophilia centre.

Although these can often seem like routine check-ups, they are an opportunity for your partner to get involved in making decisions about their health. These decisions may help your partner to get the most out of life.1

There are ways you can support these conversations. This downloadable booklet provides some tips on how you can help your partner get the most out of their appointments.

 

Reference: 1. Fong J, Annat DS and Longenecker N. Doctor-patient communication: a review. Ochsner J. 2010;10(1):38–43.

 

Download ‘My Voice, My Care’ to understand how to get the most out of conversations with your care team.

‘Your voice, their care’ downloadable guide

As the partner of a person living with haemophilia, you are likely to be aware of their regular appointments with their specialist healthcare team at a haemophilia centre.

Although these can often seem like routine check-ups, they are an opportunity for your partner to get involved in making decisions about their health. These decisions may help your partner to get the most out of life.1

There are ways you can support these conversations. This downloadable booklet provides some tips on how you can help your partner get the most out of their appointments.

 

Reference: 1. Fong J, Annat DS and Longenecker N. Doctor-patient communication: a review. Ochsner J. 2010;10(1):38–43.

 

Download ‘My Voice, My Care’ to understand how to get the most out of conversations with your care team.