Did you know that there are over 9,000 GP practices in the UK? We want to reach them all with training and resources to help general practitioners promptly diagnose people with genetic haemochromatosis.

Often, the initial symptoms of iron overload are non-specific and can easily be over-looked. With out expert patient project, our trained volunteers visit GP practices in their locality to deliver 30 minute training sessions using our clinical advisory panel approved training materials.

Our expert patient project unites our trained volunteers with primary care clinicians, to learn from each other and about genetic haemochromatosis.

To arrange a visit at your GP practice contact us.

To join our project as an expert patient volunteer, contact us.