Community Counts: Public Health Surveillance for the Prevention of Complications of Bleeding Disorders

Grants and Contracts Details


Community Counts CDC Public Health Surveillance Project for Bleeding Disorders is a project funded through a cooperative agreement awarded to American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network in September 2011 to work with the regional core centers and Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTC). It includes the HTC Population Profile, Mortality Reporting and the Registry for Bleeding Disorders. The Goals are: •Provide descriptive knowledge about the populations of hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other bleeding disorders and VTE receiving care at HTCs (HTC Population Profile) •Monitor health indicators among populations with bleeding disorders (Registry and Mortality Reporting)
Effective start/end date9/30/209/29/23


  • University of North Carolina Chapel Hill: $14,100.00


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