RBR legflow™ Charities

Throughout the World there are some superb Charities, Support Groups and Sources of Information.

At RBR legflow™ we are incredibly proud to name Thrombosis Ireland as our dedicated charity. The work that Thrombosis Ireland have undertaken over the past few years has been nothing but monumental. In 2019 the charity ran the “Stop the Clot” roadshow, taking a wonderful double decker Road Master bus around Ireland, and holding awareness meetings, Q&A sessions and actively engaging with both medical professionals as well as patients and their families. As they toured round Ireland, turning up at hospitals, doctors’ surgeries, Gaelic football stadiums and market squares, they were met with such superb support and encouragement.

Rwanda Clot Awareness Network is a network of Rwanda blood clot patients and advocates that aims at increasing public awareness about the condition of Thrombosis, DVT’s and Pulmonary Embolism.

The Thrombosis Research Institute is dedicated to bringing new solutions to patients for the detection, prevention and treatment of blood clots.

Dedicated to furthering education and research on Thrombosis through resources for patients and healthcare professionals

Thrombosis Ireland aims to increase awareness of Thrombosis in the public and medical sectors.

Thrombosis UK aims to increase awareness of the risks, signs and symptoms of VTE and to support research to extend understanding into the prevention and best management of VTE.

The Time2Move campaign is a global initiative that is raising public awareness of blood clots, aiming to get people around the world moving against thrombosis.

The Anticoagulation Forum is a membership organisation of physicians, pharmacists and nurses dedicated to excellence in anticoagulant therapy.

Anticoag UK is a leading charity whose aims are the prevention of thrombosis and providing information on anticoagulation therapy.

A global year long movement to build awareness of Blood Clots.

The European Thrombosis and Haemostasis Alliance (ETHA) is an international alliance based in Brussels, Belgium, with 28 member organisations in the field of thrombosis and hemostasis in member states of the European Union (EU) and in the U.S. ETHA has come together to give the European thrombosis and hemostasis community an allied voice and to provide input to EU health and patient safety strategies, make recommendations on EU research programme funding and encourage sharing and adoption of best practices in the treatment and prevention of thrombotic and bleeding disorders.

The North American Thrombosis Forum (NATF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organisation incorporated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. NATF is dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by blood clots and related diseases. Through their comprehensive resources and innovative programming, they strive to educate patients and healthcare providers about thrombosis and its complications.

Resource for physicians about current and emerging therapies for thromboembolic disease.

Choices connected to family planning, pregnancy, and the treatment of menopause symptoms must be carefully weighed to reduce the risk of dangerous blood clots.

The National Blood Clot Alliance works to advance blood clot awareness, prevention, diagnosis and successful treatments to #StopTheClot

The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis advances the understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of thrombotic and bleeding disorders.

Our aim is in spreading prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolism in Japan.

The Rowan Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping reduce the number of lives lost due to preventable blood clots. The organization was formed in 2013 by the family of Alexandra Rowan, after she lost her life suddenly, at the age of 23, due to a massive pulmonary embolism. Today, the organization reaches millions of people each year with potentially life-saving information about blood clots, with emphases on women’s health and also the risk for blood clots connected to hormonal contraception.

* RBR legflow™ do not have any association directly with any of these charities, support groups and sources of information, by following the links, RBR legflow™ have no control of the contents of the sites.