Registration has now opened for the fourth week (Tuesday 20 - Thursday 22 October) of the Inquiry’s Haemophilia Clinicians hearings. During that week, the Inquiry will be hearing evidence in person from Dr Christine Lee and Professor Edward Tuddenham.
We are asking people to register before Friday 25 September so that we can confirm seats. It would help the team if you could only register for dates that you know you would be free to attend. If you have any difficulties registering, the team will be able to help you. Registration for later hearings will be announced on the Inquiry website, and by email to everyone on our mailing list. You can join the Inquiry’s mailing list by emailing [email protected] or calling 0808 169 1377.
Anyone with a confirmed place to attend hearings will find information about the practical details in this factsheet, such as wearing face coverings, allocated seating in the hearing room and lounges, and maintaining 2m distance from other attendees outside your own household. The Inquiry will continue to provide psychological support, refreshments, and first aid at the hearings and will meet reasonable expenses.
We have also extended the hours for telephone support while the hearings are ongoing. Confidential psychological support will be available from 12 until 6pm on any day when a hearing is taking place and can be accessed on 0800 458 9473 and 0203 417 0280. If you prefer to call at another time, you can leave a message and the team will call you back.