cHAEnge the conversation

When you talk with your patients about their goals, concerns, priorities, and what fits best into their professional and personal lives, it gives patients a sense of ownership in their management plan, which leads to better outcomes.

The following videos will highlight some best practices for having conversations about each topic.

Uncovering treatment burden

Are your patients with hereditary angioedema (HAE) dealing with more burden than they’re letting on?

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Mapping the treatment plan

It’s helpful to understand your patients’ goals and preferences when determining treatment recommendations.

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Presenting treatment options

With the HAE landscape continuously evolving, there are a lot of options to consider.

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Your HAE story

If you're treating patients with HAE, you have your own story to tell. Share your best advice for supporting patients living with HAE.

Resources

Treatment chart

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Consult with an HAE specialist

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World Allergy Organization/European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2021 treatment guidelines

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US Hereditary Angioedema Association 2020 HAE treatment guidelines

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Articles on HAE

Optimization of care for patients living in rural areas

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Caregivers' role and perceptions of treatment-related burden in HAE

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