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What is MyABDR

What is MyABDR?

MyABDR is a secure app for smartphones and a web site for people with bleeding disorders or parents/caregivers to record home treatments and bleeds.

It is an internet-based online system that gives you a quick, easy and reliable way to:

  • Record treatments and bleeds
  • Manage stock of treatment product
  • Share the information with your Haemophilia Treatment Centre
  • Update your contact and personal details.

MyABDR is secure, private and optional.

For people who prefer a paper-based recording system, a MyABDR treatment diary has been developed alongside as an alternative.

MyABDR links directly to the Australian Bleeding Disorders Registry (ABDR), the system used by Haemophilia Centres for clinical care of their patients.

Getting started

Need information on how to get started?

Visit the MyABDR website – and download Getting Started quick reference guides and other support materials

You can also obtain printed copies from your Haemophilia Centre and from HFA.

How to register

Download the app from Apps store (Apple) or Google Play (android) or go to Register online by creating an account (tip – registering on the web site is easier!). After you register, your Haemophilia Treatment Centre will process your access to MyABDR.


You can register any time.

Before you can use MyABDR, you will need your registration approved by your Haemophilia Treatment Centre. Allow up to 7 days to process your registration.

Need help (from real people)?

Contact MyABDR Support (24 hrs 7 days a week)
T: 13 000 BLOOD (13 000 25663)
E: [email protected]

Or contact Haemophilia Foundation Australia (Mon-Fri)
T: 1800 807 173
E: [email protected]

Who is responsible for MyABDR?

MyABDR is a collaboration between Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA), the Australian Haemophilia Centre Directors’ Organisation (AHCDO) and the National Blood Authority (NBA) on behalf of all Australian governments.
Read more about MyABDR

Date last reviewed: 1 September 2023

Important Note: This information was developed by Haemophilia Foundation Australia for education and information purposes only and does not replace advice from a treating health professional. Always see your health care provider for assessment and advice about your individual health before taking action or relying on published information. This information may be printed or photocopied for educational purposes.

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